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  • 1. Language Acquisition: Bases and Models Chapter 3
  • 2. Physiological Bases of Language Development
    • Speech production structure
      • Respiration:power supply
      • Phonation:noise source
      • Resonation:tone shapers
      • Articulation:production of speech sounds
    • Central nervous system
      • Major structures of the brain
      • Forebrain
      • Language processing area in the brain
      • Critical period hypothesis
  • 3. Cognitive Bases of Language Development
    • Language determines thought (Whorf)
    • Language dependent on cognition-(Piaget)
      • Distancing principle
      • Object permanence
    • Language and cognition are interdependent (Vygotsky)
    • Language and cognition dependent on maturation
  • 4. Social Bases of Language Development
    • Evidence of role of socialization in language development
      • Genie
      • Hart and Risley research
    • Social basis of early communication development
      • Parent-child interaction
      • Early communication functions
  • 5. Models of Language Acquisition
    • Problem of language acquisition
      • No direct training
      • Surface structure
    • Behavioral model: role of the environment
      • Description of the model
        • Role of imitation
        • Consequences
        • Chaining
      • Support for the model
      • Limitations of the model
      • Contributions of the model
  • 6. Models of Language Acquisition
    • Psycholinguistic Model (Nativist):Role of inheritance
      • Description of the model
        • Language acquisition device (LAD)
      • Support for the model
      • Limitations of the model
      • Contributions of the model
  • 7. Models of Language Acquisition
    • Semantic-Cognitive Model: Role of the Environment
      • Description of the model
        • Case grammar
      • Support for the model
      • Limitations of the model
      • Contributions of the model
  • 8. Models of Language Acquisition
    • Pragmatic-Interactionist Model: Role of Communication
      • Description of the model
        • “Motherese” -child directed speech
      • Support for the model
      • Limitations of the model
      • Contributions of the model
  • 9. Conclusion
    • It may not be possible to account for the phenomena of language development. However, the search for answers about language development has guided our development to language intervention models.
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