1. This and that are what kind of terms?
  2. What kind of terms are pronouns?
  3. Designation of time in a converstaion is from whose point of view?
  4. Thank you is an early directive type
  5. Calling all birds or bird looking creatures a duck is an example of...
  6. A child will most likely be able to answer where questions before why questions. WHY?
    Why is abstract, where is a concrete place. Why requires more language.
  7. A preschooler should produce all speech sounds correctly
  8. A narrative is a dialogue.
    False - dialogue is when questions are asked and a convo takes place
  9. A child may learn the term aunt before mom.
  10. A child knowing the general label of a category and then adds more words related to that category is an example of a _______ complex?
  11. When a child is first trying to put two words together (maybeboy/maybehorse) are examples of _____ form that may lead to multiform productions
    empty form
  12. At what approx age should a child begin to produce two word productions
  13. What is the diff between converstations and narrative?
    Conversations - back and forth between two people.

    Narrative - self-generated stories. Recounting personal experiences
  14. Which would the child most likely develop first? On or after?
  15. When looking at main length of utterance (MLU), what are we measuring? Phonemes or morphemes?
    number of morphemes
  16. What relationship does MLU have with language development?
    Language complexity
  17. What type of sentence is "His name is Bill."
  18. What type of sentence is "What is his name?'
  19. What type of sentence is "I don't know his name."
  20. What type of sentence is "Tell me his name, now." or "Give that to me."
  21. Presymbolic
    Pointing, showing
  22. Symbolic
    Panting like a dog
  23. Functional gestures
    depicts objects through actions by demonstrating the objects function
  24. Early intentions (6)
    • control - makes demands, request
    • representational - ask questions, discuss events
    • expressive - express feelings or attitudes
    • social - greetings, farewells, talk routines
    • tutorial - repeating
    • procedural - maintain communication by directing attention or by requesting additional or misinterpreted information
  25. Most words contain a vowell and a consonant
  26. Semantic-feature Hypothesis
    All referents can be defined by a universal set of semantic features, such as human, non-human
  27. Functional-core Hypothesis
    It is the motion features rather than the static perceptual features which are salient and from which children derive meaning
  28. Associative Complex
    Each successive use of a word shares some features with a central instance or concept
  29. Prototypic Complex
    The child’s underlying concept includes a central referent
  30. Deixis
    Indicating or pointing
  31. Formula for MLU
    # of morphemes divided by total number of utterances
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