AQA English language: Child Aquisition theories Watch

curiouslyorange1989
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hey im sort of worrying about this test on wed and i was wondering if anyone could provide some info on some of the different theories. Heres the few that I know

Halliday: 7 functions of child language

Behavorist approach (dunno who its by, imitation an such, has been debunked)

Cognitive approach (piaget)

Chomsky and his LAD.


For writing iv got

BM Kroll and his stages of aquisition.

i dont know the theories on negatives an such (which i think is belugi) and basically any theories beyond these few Im going to fail methinks
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(Original post by curiouslyorange1989)
hey im sort of worrying about this test on wed and i was wondering if anyone could provide some info on some of the different theories. Heres the few that I know

Halliday: 7 functions of child language

Behavorist approach (dunno who its by, imitation an such, has been debunked)

Cognitive approach (piaget)

Chomsky and his LAD.


For writing iv got

BM Kroll and his stages of aquisition.

i dont know the theories on negatives an such (which i think is belugi) and basically any theories beyond these few Im going to fail methinks
Hey tom how have you been?

Don't worry, you won't fail you seem to know loads! The only other names I can think of are Pinker who thinks that language is an instinct and that it develops spontaneously and then 'Skinner' for the behaviorist one, but that is an old example (1957) so I think my teacher said it's a bit too old.

I also have 'John Dore's' infant language functions but i think that is what you said at the start.

That's pretty much all I have that you haven't mentioned. Also, is it AQA? Isn't that on Thursday?
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Hey tom how have you been?

Don't worry, you won't fail you seem to know loads! The only other names I can think of are Pinker who thinks that language is an instinct and that it develops spontaneously and then 'Skinner' for the behaviorist one, but that is an old example (1957) so I think my teacher said it's a bit too old.

I also have 'John Dore's' infant language functions but i think that is what you said at the start.

That's pretty much all I have that you haven't mentioned. Also, is it AQA? Isn't that on Thursday?

lol iv been good ta! just stressing out because of these b***rd exams
how have u been?

now i check my dates it is indeed thursday woop one extra day to revise .

theres another theory as well i cant remember, the one that puts the early speech stages as holophrastic, telegrammatic and telegraphic but i cant remember exactly what it is.

lol i dislike english language...
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I think the stages are said by David Crystal or Sara Thorne.
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Roger Brown meaning relations too!


Don't forget about Kroll and Harpin for writing!
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And Crall for reading, Skinner, Chomsky, Piaget, Berko, Brown, Bard-Sachs
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Moerk-sorry can't remember what his theory was
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