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Praxis Table 3.1

Relations Expressed by Single-Word Utterances

Attribution An adjective; a property or characteristic of an event, person, or object. Ex: BIG doggy, CLEAN dolly
Action Child requests or labels an action; indicates movement relationships between objects and people. Ex: OPEN box, kitty RUN
Locative Action Child refers to a change in an object's location. Ex: THERE doggy, ball UP
Existence Child is attending to item or object present in the immediate environment, especially a novel one. Ex: What's THAT, THIS kitty
Nonexistence An action or object is expected to be present but is not; something was present but disappeared. Ex: ALL GONE juice, BYE-BYE mommy
Denial Child denies a statement or previous utterance. Ex: NO kitty
Rejection Child does not want something to happen; child refuses an object or action. Ex: NO bath, NO beans
Recurrence An event happens again; an object reappears or replaces another. Ex: MORE cookie, ANOTHER doggie
Possession Child identifies something as belonging to him or her, or to another person. Ex: HIS block, dolly MINE
Created by: mseaba