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Speech Development 4

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associative word learning? children associate pictures or objects with words that are used to describe them
two theories of linking meaning and words? prototype and developmental
prototype theory: taking an original movement or situation and using the describing word of the event to describe a similar motion or situation
developmental theory: first and second tier principles
first tier principle of developmental theory: Words stand for objects, actions, events, etc. (for example: "ball" for throw or field)
second tier principle of developmental theory: Children must use the words that other people use if they are going to communicate successfully.
categorical scope (2nd tier): Similar objects are grouped together. (ex: A dog and cat might both be called "dog")
object scope (1st tier): words refer to whole objects. (ex: dog refers to the whole animal, not the nose or tail individually)
First word factoids: -appear around 12 months -are usually nouns -the majority are learned by observation and NOT by direct instruction -represent the world the child is familiar with
Two strategies for learning first words: social (expressive: greetings, verbs) and things (referential: nouns, names)
Semantic categories: existence, nonexistence, recurrence, rejection, denial, attribution, possession, action, locative action
Denial: “no” to negate the content of a prior utterance
Rejection: “no” to oppose “an action or refuse an object . . .”
Recurrence: “more” to mean “I want another.”
Nonexistence: “no” to mean that an “entity is not present though expected.”
Existence: “here” meaning that the child is indicating that something exists.
Attribution: “hot” to describe a hot surface. Words that describe attributes of persons, objects, etc.
Possession: “mine” spoken while holding an object, as in “mommy” holding up mom’s shoe and meaning this is mom’s shoe.
Action: “open” while opening a box. This category describes actions or movements.
Locative action: “up” while getting out of a chair; action associated with change of location by person or object.
Semantic relations "doggie bed" meaning the dog's bed, or the dog is in bed, or the dog is tired...
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