CMDS 460, Week 5
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Date Created: 02/21/16
CMDS 460 Week 5 2/18/16 Read chapters 7-9 Final week of discussion Sign up 2/23 at 10 am- sign up for topic and date Team project overview- online too Present on a stage or aspect of child language development.- 20-25 minute presentation with handouts -10-12 is powerpoint presentation overview -develop a lesson plan for teaching some aspect of language related to our topic. Send lesson plan to Dr. Cochran a week earlier for feedback. -demo the lesson for typical child of relevant age 3-5 minutes. -Lead a 5-8 minute discussion about your lesson with class. -post slides on blackboard earlier -make a team representative ¾ Teams 1. vocab and conversation preschool 2. speech sounds sequence and mastery ages 4-10 3. complex sentences and conjunctions school age. Advanced morphology 4. vocab and pragmatics school age 5. slang idioms 6.Black English Vernacular dialect- see her. Chapter 7 discussion- First words Phonology of first words- what do they sound like? Inventory, supersegmentals. With English p, b, d, t, m, h are the most frequently occurring consonants. Can typically produce all vowels they are easier. Children hardly need to work on vowels when it is there first language or are not hearing impaired. By labial sounds like p, b, m- are easy to see, hear, and imitate. D, t are easy to see as well. Less motor skill. Syllable structure: CV, VC, CVCV, ex: baby, wawa, mama CVC-> mom is harder Kids will try to say words that have other sounds but often stick in these sounds p, d, b, t, m, h Kinds of words: ten most common, labels for important things in environment like names of object sibling or pet. Others are power words- no, more, up, byebye, go, eat. Can be used to make powerful combinations later. Over generalization- over extension- of a word to include a category Under extension- ex- cookie only means oreo First vocab percentages for parts of speech/syntax At 18months 50 words Nouns-50-60%--- labels, names Action words/verbs—20%- Go, drink 10% modifiers adjectives- big dirty 10% personal or social—bye bye, no, please < 5% functional -- this, for, ect. Semantics- meaning of new words Schema-redefine concepts as they develop schemas with shared attributes that will allow you to communicate with others using that word. Shared and individual schema. Example the word petroglyph Think of similar words like hieroglyphics- picture writing- glyphic Petra-petrified-stone Rock writing is a petroglyph- stone stone carving -team contribution assessment At least 2 journal articles with text book and websites, can use stuff from other disciplines, note articles and studies in presentation. Check CMDS library website. Carol Lockhart. Need APA references
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