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English Mind Map on CLA, created by hayley on 04/11/2013.

Created by hayley over 6 years ago
A Level: English language and literature technique = Dramatic terms
Jessica 'JessieB
English Speech Analysis Terminology
Fionnghuala Malone
English Literary Terminology
Fionnghuala Malone
Respiratory System
GCSE AQA Biology 1 Adaptations, Competition & Environmental Change
Lilac Potato
Using GoConqr to study English literature
Sarah Egan
New English Literature GCSE
Sarah Egan
A Level: English language and literature techniques = Structure
Jessica 'JessieB
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
K d
To Kill A Mockingbird GCSE English
1 Skinner
1.1 Behaviourist theory
1.2 Babies learn through imitation
1.3 Children use the specialist lexicon to make speech easier to learn
1.3.1 woof woof
1.4 parents need to use positive and negative enforcements to help children learn
1.4.1 Good = reward/praise
1.4.2 Bad = correction
1.5 Did his research on rats and pigeons language is a form of learnt behaviour
2 Pinker
2.1 Learn a great deal from computing machines about intelligence
2.2 Supports Chomskys theory of "children r born to talk"
2.3 Thinks brain has different functions and sections
2.4 Agrees with the LAD concept
3 Chomsky
3.1 Nativist theory
3.2 Children are born to speak
3.3 The language spoken around children is often irregular
3.4 Syntax is usually in place when speech is developing for a very early age
3.5 Mistake e.g I drew show we are not learning through imitation alone
3.6 LAD devices are within us
3.7 We are programmed to gain knowledge
4 Piaget
4.1 The cognitive theory
4.2 Language comes with understanding
4.2.1 Children need to understand concepts before they can use them correctly
4.3 Different social atmospheres expand a child knowledge
4.3.1 The more a child experiences the richer their vocab will become
4.4 each child matures in their own time
4.5 Over and under extension proves his theory
4.5.1 Children use words without full understanding
5 Vygotsky
5.1 Interactionist theory
5.2 Learning begins at birth and will never end
5.3 Social interaction leads to an increase in knowledge
5.4 Speaking to older people will help children develop
5.5 Language learning is influenced by the desire of children to communicate with others
6 Bruner
6.1 Social integrationist theory
6.2 Children acquire language through imitation
6.2.1 Parents use special language when talking to their children
6.3 Parents use dimutives
6.3.1 Dog - doggie
6.4 Parents use exaggerated facial expressions and words
6.5 Bruner imposed three models of representation
6.5.1 Enactive representation
6.5.2 Iconic representation
6.5.3 Symbolic representation

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