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The communicative competence of young children : a modular approach

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Foster-Cohen, Susan H., 1954-
Title Statement
The communicative competence of young children : a modular approach / Susan H. Foster.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Longman,   1990.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 238 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Studies in language and linguistics
ISBN
0582061849 0582552710 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-234) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Communicative competence in children. Language acquisition. Children --Language.
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245 1 4 ▼a The communicative competence of young children : ▼b a modular approach / ▼c Susan H. Foster.
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300 ▼a xvi, 238 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
490 1 ▼a Studies in language and linguistics
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-234) and index.
650 0 ▼a Communicative competence in children.
650 0 ▼a Language acquisition.
650 0 ▼a Children ▼x Language.
830 0 ▼a Studies in language and linguistics (London, England)

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
Acknowledgements = xii
CHAPTER 1 Background concepts = 1
 Introduction = 1
 Communicative development = 1
 Components of language = 2
 Descriptive rules = 7
 The non-linguistic repertoire = 7
 Communicative competence = 8
 A modular approach = 9
 Further reading = 10
CHAPTER 2 Foundations of early communication = 11
 Introduction = 11
 Infant aural and visual perception = 12
  A preference for faces = 12
  A preference for voices = 13
  Early perception of speech sounds = 13
 Infant facial expressions = 15
 Infant vocalizations = 17
  Cries and gurgles = 17
  Cooing = 18
  Babbling = 19
 Developing communication = 21
  Intention and secondary intersubjectivity = 22
  The basis for message meanings = 24
  The Basis for a system of communication = 26
 Conclusion = 28
 Further reading = 28
CHAPTER 3 Prelinguistic communicative competence and the early lexicon = 29
 Development of gestural communication = 30
  Non-vocal gestures = 31
   Reaching = 32
   Giving and taking = 33
   Pointing = 34
   Other gestures = 35
 Vocal gestures = 36
 The naming insight = 42
 First words = 43
 Phonological development = 44
  Processes of word production = 45
  Prosody = 46
  Processes of word perception = 48
  Comprehended vs. produced vocabularies = 49
  Early word meanings = 52
 The pragmatics of gestures and first words = 53
 Prelinguistic and early linguistic conversation = 62
 Conclusion = 67
 Further reading = 68
CHAPTER 4 Communicating with language = 70
 Introduction = 70
 Part 1 Early syntax and semantics: the two-word stage = 71
  Syntactic categories = 74
  Word order = 75
  The development of bound morphology and function words = 76
   Early semantic development = 78
 Part 2 Advances in lexical development = 82
  Demonstratives and prolocatives = 82
  Articles = 84
  Pronouns = 87
  Words for relationships = 88
  Perspective through tense, aspect, and modality = 90
  Conclusion = 92
 Part 3 Syntactic development = 93
  Negation = 93
  Passives = 96
  Interrogative sentences = 97
  Complex sentences = 101
  Coordination = 101
  Relative clauses = 105
  Anaphora = 106
  Conclusion = 110
 Part 4 Pragmatic development in the linguistic stage = 111
  Textual devices in conversation = 112
  Developing cohesion markers = 113
  Ideational relationships in conversation coherence = 117
  Relations between speech acts = 120
   Requests and directives = 121
   Reinitiating exchanges = 123
   Speaker corrections = 124
   Requests for clarification = 124
   Listener corrections = 125
  Knowing what to say to whom = 126
  Narratives = 127
  Conclusion = 129
  Further reading = 129
CHAPTER 5 Explaining the development of communicative competence = 131
 Part 1 Components of explanations = 133
  (1) The strict behaviourist position = 134
  (2) The Piagetian approach = 134
  (3) The Chomskyan approach = 134
  (4) The Slobin approach = 135
  Input(nurture) = 135
   Caretaker speech = 136
    Reasons for caretaker speech = 137
    The potential value of caretaker speech = 138
   Linguistic and non-linguistic cognition(nature) = 140
 Part 2 Explaining the acquisition of morphology = 142
  Grammatical categories and grammatical relations = 144
  Bound morpheme acquisition = 146
 Part 3 Explaining early syntactic development = 150
  Explaining word omission at the two-word stage = 151
  Explaining word order at the two-word stage = 154
 Part 4 Explaining lexical development = 156
  Input to lexical learning = 159
 Part 5 Explaining later syntactic acquisition = 161
  The strategy approach = 162
  The parameter approach = 164
  Simple sentences = 167
   Passives = 167
   Interrogatives = 168
  Complex sentences = 170
   Relative clauses = 171
  Conclusion = 174
  Semantics and syntax in early grammar = 175
 Part 6 Explaining pragmatic development = 177
  Conversational structure = 178
  Cognition and input = 179
  Social knowledge and conventions = 181
  Experience and pragmatic learning = 182
 Part 7 A model of communicative competence = 185
  An illustration of the model at work = 187
  Further reading = 189
CHAPTER 6 Studying child language = 190
 The observation problem = 190
 Solutions to the observation problem = 191
  The ethnographic solution = 191
  The experimental solution = 194
  The logic solution = 196
 Data versus theory = 197
 Competence versus performance = 199
 Simplicity and complexity = 200
 Conclusion = 201
 Further reading = 202
 Bibliography = 203
 Index = 235


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