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Input and interaction in language acquisition

Input and interaction in language acquisition (22회 대출)

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단행본
개인저자
Richards, Brian J. Gallaway, Clare.
서명 / 저자사항
Input and interaction in language acquisition / edited by Clare Gallaway and Brian J. Richards.
발행사항
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press ,   1994.  
형태사항
xv, 319 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0521437253 (pbk.) 0521431093 (hbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 270-307) and indexes.
일반주제명
Social interaction in children. Language acquisition --Parent participation.
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CONTENTS
List of figures = xi
List of tables = xii
List of contributors = xiii
Preface = xv
Introduction = 1
Beginning from Baby Talk: twenty years of research on input in interaction / Catherine E. Snow = 3
 1 Introduction = 3
 2 A modest beginning = 4
 3 Future possibilities = 7
 4 Conclusion = 12
Part Ⅰ General issues = 13
 1 The language of primary caregivers / Julian M. Pine = 15
  1 Introduction = 15
  2 Why is CDS used? = 16
  3 Effects and non-effects of CDS = 20
  4 How is CDS used by the child? = 25
  5 CDS and stylistic differences in early language development = 33
  6 Conclusion = 37
 2 The changing role of negative evidence in theories of language development / Jeffrey L. Sokolov ; Catherine E. Snow = 38
  1 Historical origins = 38
  2 The paving of the nativist road = 38
  3 Parallel roads: nativist and empiricist accounts = 40
  4 The empiricist road upgraded = 43
  5 The existence of implicit negative evidence = 46
  6 Beyond the existence proof, the effects of negative evidence = 49
  7 Issues in defining negative evidence = 50
  8 A multiple factors framework = 50
  9 Robust learning mechanisms = 52
  10 Functional readiness for teaming = 53
  11 Benefits of a multiple factors framework = 53
 3 Crosslinguistic and crosscultural aspects of language addressed to children / Elena V. M. Lieven = 56
  1 Introduction = 56
  2 The range of environments in which language is learned = 58
  3 Language socialization = 64
  4 Issues and problems in studying input crosslinguistically = 69
  5 Conclusions = 72
 4 Child-directed speech and influences on language acquisition: methodology and interpretation / Brian J. Richards = 74
  1 Introduction = 74
  2 Child-directed speech and individual differences: the universals fallacy = 75
  3 Inferring causation = 78
  4 The nature of the evidence for environmental effects = 81
  5 Passive observation studies using correlational statistics = 84
  6 Experimental designs in language acquisition research = 102
  7 Conclusion = 104
Part Ⅱ Specific aspects of input and interaction = 107
 5 The rest of the family: the role of fathers and siblings in early language development / Michelle E. Barton ; Michael Tomasello = 109
  1 Introduction = 109
  2 Fathers = 112
  3 Siblings = 121
  4 The child's expanding social world = 131
 6 Phonetic and prosodic aspects of Baby Talk / Alan Cruttenden = 135
  1 Introduction = 135
  2 Baby Talk phonetics = 136
  3 Baby Talk prosody = 139
  4 Facilitation = 142
  5 Fine-tuning = 146
  6 Crosslinguistic variation = 149
  7 Summary and conclusion = 152
 7 Language learning at home and school / Peter Geekie ; Bridie Raban = 153
  1 The structure of classroom discourse = 153
  2 Classroom discourse and the development of meaning = 156
  3 Language and learning at school and home = 157
  4 Vygotsky: sign operations and cognitive development = 159
  5 Bruner and the Language Acquisition Support System = 160
  6 Comprehension and learning in young children = 162
  7 The nature of Geekie's study = 164
  8 Becoming competent participants in the writing session = 165
  9 Learning to write = 167
  10 Conclusions = 167
Part Ⅲ Types of language learner = 181
 8 Language interaction with atypical language learners / Gina Conti-Ramsden = 183
  1 Introduction = 183
  2 Atypical language learners = 183
  3 Parent-child interaction = 184
  4 Semantically contingent responses = 187
  5 Directiveness and control = 190
  6 Intervention and parent-child interaction = 191
  7 Under-researched areas = 193
  8 Concluding remarks = 195
 9 Interaction and childhood deafness / Clare Gallaway ; Bencie Woll = 197
  1 Introduction = 197
  2 Interaction and the acquisition of spoken language by deaf children = 199
  3 Sign language development = 208
  4 Acquiring language in the absence of input = 215
  5 Conclusions = 217
 10 Input and interaction in second language acquisition / Marjorie Bingham Wesche = 219
  1 Introduction = 219
  2 Typology of modified codes = 221
  3 The nature of linguistic and interactional modifications in Foreigner Discourse = 225
  4 Other kinds of language input to learners = 235
  5 Theoretical perspectives on the role of the linguistic environment in second language acquisition = 238
  6 Current research = 244
  7 Conclusions = 248
Conclusion = 251
 Conclusions and directions / Brian J. Richards ; Clare Gallaway = 253
  1 Introduction = 253
  2 Describing child-directed speech = 254
  3 Functions of child-directed speech = 260
  4 Implications for professionals = 265
References = 270
Author index = 308
Subject index = 316


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