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Papers On Linguistics, Speech, & Hearing
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Cesar Chavez
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A 4 page paper which examines and analyzes a speech from Cesar Chavez titled “The Mexican-American and the Church.” Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAccvz.rtf

Characteristics of Language
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A 6 page paper identifying four of the eleven characteristics of language as the “most important” in preserving, understanding and using language. Most of the paper discusses the characteristics of language as a system of systems and being meaningful, conventional and creative. It closes with several examples of “Bushisms” uttered by President Bush during the 2004 presidential campaign, identifying the characteristics violated in the selected quotes. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSlangPhono.rtf

Child Language and Knowledge of Syntax
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In thirteen pages this paper examines whether or not there is evidence to suggest that children’s knowledge of syntax changes or develops over time and if so considers the nature of this evidence. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.
Filename: TGsyntax.rtf

Child Language Development from Birth to Four
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This 16 page paper provides an overview of the process of language development in children. This paper applies existing cognitive theories to the process of language development. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MHChiLan.rtf

Childhood Language Acquisition Stages and Positive Adult/Parent Intervention
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This is a 7 page paper discussing language acquisition in children. Research in developmental psychology and linguistics has shown that children, regardless of culture, acquire language in certain stages. The initial stage of babbling in the first year shows the infant physically testing his own speech sounds and shows early interaction with the world around him. Before the child reaches one year old and for about the next year, he begins to utter single words strings which describe aspects of his daily life. At eighteen months, children begin to form two word strings and accelerate their rate of language acquisition at an alarming rate. By the time the child reaches the age of 2 ½ to 3 years of age, the structure of his language has expanded to not only include 3 word strings but from 3 to 4 years old also includes complex and embedded strings. Interaction is a key element for the acquisition of language in children and adults are encouraged to interact with their children from the onset. Many adults use “motherese” when speaking with children and speak in a slower more precise manner in order to help the child learn. One of the most important learning processes for children is one-to-one reading with an adult preferably a parent or guardian. Children’s language acquisition increases dramatically when one-to-one interactive reading is a daily routine in normal children and those with language learning difficulties. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJlangu1.rtf


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