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Children Talking: The Development of Pragmatic Competence (Current Issues in Language Society) ePub download

by Linda Thompson

  • Author: Linda Thompson
  • ISBN: 185359394X
  • ISBN13: 978-1853593949
  • ePub: 1284 kb | FB2: 1883 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Multilingual Matters Ltd (May 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 105
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Children Talking: The Development of Pragmatic Competence (Current Issues in Language  Society) ePub download

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The current developments are presented and the diagnostic possibilities of the communicative pragmatic test scenario Kids discussed in more detail. A sample of N 54 children was tested on the.

Published May 1997 by Multilingual Matters Limited.

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Some issues in the teaching of pragmatic competence. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. The role of learning environment in the development of pragmatic comprehension: A comparison of gains between EFL and ESL learners.

Author Information Linda Thompson was a primary school teacher for many years before becoming a teacher educator.

Key Features � Questions whether formerly dominant groups have the right to the continuation of linguistic privileges � Discusses the management of the triadic relations between nationalising states, national minorities and the external homelands. The book addresses both practical and theoretical issues related to the development and education of deaf children. It considers these areas largely from a sign bilingual perspective. Author Information Linda Thompson was a primary school teacher for many years before becoming a teacher educator.

Comprises papers at the Child Language Seminar held at the University of Durham in March 1996. The seminar focused on social dimension of children's developing language and was attended by delegates from a variety of backgrounds and interests, including teachers, linguists, psychologists, speech therapists and a number of postgraduates. All of the papers are based on empirical research. Each focuses on a particular aspect of the children's developing sociolinguistic strategies and pragmatic competence. The book should be of interest to those interested in children and their language development.

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