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Vocabulary words and concepts from the RICA preparation guide by Chee

Vygotsky Came up with the zone of proximal development represented by the distance between the actual development level of an individual and their potential developmental level with assistance of a more capable other.
Chomsky Linguist who said that children had a language acquisition device that abstracted grammar rules from the utterances or language they were exposed to. Children form rules or hypotheses about grammar, & test them.
Halliday Came up with the 7 functions of language and believed these functions fulfilled human needs that motivate us to learn language.
Halliday's 7 Functions of Language Instrumental, Regulatory, Interactional, Personal, Heuristic, Imaginative, and Representational/Informative
Matching vs Recoding Both are Decoding. Matching is when you decode the whole word as one unit. Recoding is when you need to sound out each letter or letter chunks and then blend these sounds to decode the word.
Created by: Jessica Rodrigues Jessica Rodrigues on 2013-01-13

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