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The Resource First language acquisition : method, description, and explanation, David Ingram

First language acquisition : method, description, and explanation, David Ingram

Label
First language acquisition : method, description, and explanation
Title
First language acquisition
Title remainder
method, description, and explanation
Statement of responsibility
David Ingram
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1944-
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Ingram, David
Dewey number
401.93
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P118
LC item number
.I44 1989
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Language acquisition
Label
First language acquisition : method, description, and explanation, David Ingram
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 519-548
Contents
  • Descriptive vs. explanatory stage
  • Explanation and language acquisition
  • Child Language vs. Language Acquisition
  • A theory of acquisition
  • Theoretical assumptions about language acquisition
  • Sources of variation among children
  • Milestones
  • The period of prelinguistic development
  • Infant speech perception
  • Infant speech production
  • Foundations
  • Early cognitive development
  • The linguistic environment
  • The period of single-word utterances
  • The definition of word acquisition
  • Early word comprehension and production
  • The explanation of early word meaning
  • Pragmatic and grammatical development
  • The onset of phonemic perception and production
  • The linguistic environment
  • The period of the first word combinations
  • The history of child language studies
  • Defining the period of the first word combinations
  • Grammatical development: an overview
  • The grammatical analysis of early word combinations
  • Current theoretical approaches
  • The methodology of grammatical analyses of children
  • The period of simple sentences: phonological and semantic acquisition
  • The phonological acquisition of single morphemes
  • The further development of word meaning
  • The period of simple sentences: acquisition of grammatical morphemes
  • The period of diary studies (1876-1926)
  • The period of large sample studies (1926-1957)
  • The period of longitudinal language sampling (1957 to present)
  • Stages of language acquisition
  • Some possible meanings of 'stage'
  • Some proposals on stages of acquisition
Control code
ocm18013919
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xi, 572 p.
Isbn
9780521341097
Lccn
88016215
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)18013919
Label
First language acquisition : method, description, and explanation, David Ingram
Link
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 519-548
Contents
  • Descriptive vs. explanatory stage
  • Explanation and language acquisition
  • Child Language vs. Language Acquisition
  • A theory of acquisition
  • Theoretical assumptions about language acquisition
  • Sources of variation among children
  • Milestones
  • The period of prelinguistic development
  • Infant speech perception
  • Infant speech production
  • Foundations
  • Early cognitive development
  • The linguistic environment
  • The period of single-word utterances
  • The definition of word acquisition
  • Early word comprehension and production
  • The explanation of early word meaning
  • Pragmatic and grammatical development
  • The onset of phonemic perception and production
  • The linguistic environment
  • The period of the first word combinations
  • The history of child language studies
  • Defining the period of the first word combinations
  • Grammatical development: an overview
  • The grammatical analysis of early word combinations
  • Current theoretical approaches
  • The methodology of grammatical analyses of children
  • The period of simple sentences: phonological and semantic acquisition
  • The phonological acquisition of single morphemes
  • The further development of word meaning
  • The period of simple sentences: acquisition of grammatical morphemes
  • The period of diary studies (1876-1926)
  • The period of large sample studies (1926-1957)
  • The period of longitudinal language sampling (1957 to present)
  • Stages of language acquisition
  • Some possible meanings of 'stage'
  • Some proposals on stages of acquisition
Control code
ocm18013919
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xi, 572 p.
Isbn
9780521341097
Lccn
88016215
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)18013919

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