HD FS 229 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Apache Hadoop, Fokker E.Ii, 18 Months

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HDFS 229
Dr. Sarah Kollat
Lecture 17
Grammatical Development- how we build sentences
i. Developmental Trend
a. Telegraphic Speech
i. Short sentences (2 words)
ii. High content
iii. “Give ball” or “more cookie”
iv. Emerges around 18 months (1 ½)
b. Simple Sentences
i. 2 ½ years
ii. 3 word sentences
iii. Don’t follow grammatical structure
iv. Connect words but the meaning isn’t clear
c. 3 1/2-4 years old
i. Consistently following the grammatical structure
ii. Subject- verb- object
iii. Ex: I like goldfish
ii. Grammatical Morphemes
a. Prefixes and suffixes
i. Things we add to words
ii. Pluralize- add s, es
iii. Past- ed
iv. A lot of violations
b. Overregulation
i. Kids overuse the words we have for rules
ii. Examples:
1. I goed to school yesterday
2. I eated pizza
3. My foots are tired
iii. Over time it corrects itself through experiences
iv.
Pragmatic Development- social rules that regulate language use
i. Turn about
a. Taking turns in a conversation
i. Learned relatively early
b. Learned at 2 years of age
ii. Shading
a. When you are in a conversation, you gradually change the topic
b. Age 5
c. Prior, there is not a gradual shift; it is random and explosive
iii. Speech Registers
a. Culturally prescribed way of capturing the aspect of how we talk to people
differently
b. How we speak to people of different positions
i. Different people call for different language and tones
c. 4-7 years olds
i. Vital in peer group
d. Examples: lit, salty
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Developmental trend: telegraphic speech, short sentences (2 words, high content iii, emerges around 18 months (1 ) Grammatical morphemes: prefixes and suffixes, things we add to words, pluralize- add s, es, past- ed, a lot of violations, overregulation, kids overuse the words we have for rules, examples: 2: my foots are tired, over time it corrects itself through experiences iv. Pragmatic development- social rules that regulate language use i. Turn about: taking turns in a conversation, learned relatively early, learned at 2 years of age ii. Shading: when you are in a conversation, you gradually change the topic, age 5, prior, there is not a gradual shift; it is random and explosive iii. For human beings, emotions are essential for our survival. Emotions serve an important essential purpose for our survival. Prepare you for action: fight or flight- trigged by fear/danger iii. Basic emotions are innate: present at birth or soon after b, happiness, sadness, fear, anger.

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