Essays about: "språkutveckling."

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  1. 1. Joint attention and language acquisition : A longitudinal study of joint attention in parent-child interaction

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för lingvistik

    Author : Freya Eriksson; [2019]
    Keywords : joint attention; language acquisition; parent-child interaction; vocabulary development; syntactic development; joint attention; språkutveckling; förälder-barninteraktion; ordförrådsutveckling; syntaxutveckling;

    Abstract : Joint attention (JA) is the ability to coordinate attention between a conversation partner and an outside object, while being aware of the other’s attention. This study investigates JA in 14 parent-child dyads at the ages 0;9, 1;0, 1;3, 1;6, 1;9 and 2;0, and aims to examine how the initiation of JA develops with age, as well as the relationship between JA and later vocabulary size and syntactic level. READ MORE

  2. 2. The acquisition of Swedish prepositions : A longitudinal study of child comprehension and production of spatial prepositions

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för lingvistik

    Author : Sofia Tahbaz; [2018]
    Keywords : Child language acquisition; Spatial prepositions; Comprehension; Production; Parent-child interaction; Structured test; SECDI; Barns språkutveckling; Spatiala prepositioner; Förståelse; Produktion; Förälder-barn interaktion; Strukturerat test; SECDI;

    Abstract : Prepositions are acquired at earliest during the second year of life. This thesis investigates 16 children acquiring Swedish spatial prepositions, i.e. på ‘on/at’, i ‘in/at’, under ‘under’, bredvid ‘beside/next to’, bakom ‘behind/back’ and framför ‘in front’. READ MORE

  3. 3. Gesture-speech combinations in child language : Form, function, and how they relate to language acquisition

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för lingvistik

    Author : Freya Eriksson; [2018]
    Keywords : gesture-speech combinations; language acquisition; complementary; supplementary; discourse; parent-child interaction; gest-ordkombinationer; språkutveckling; komplementär; supplementär; diskursiv; förälder-barninteraktion;

    Abstract : The present study investigates children's production of gesture-speech combinations and how they relate to language acquisition. 16 children were observed at seven age points (0;9, 1;0, 1;3, 1;6, 1;9, 2;0 and 3;0), and their gesture-speech combinations were classified into the categories complementary, supplementary and discourse combinations. READ MORE

  4. 4. Emblem use in parent-child interaction : A longitudinal study

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för lingvistik

    Author : Sofia Tahbaz; [2017]
    Keywords : Emblem use; language acquisition; formulaic gestures; parent-child interaction; productive vocabulary; Emblemanvändning; barns språkutveckling; fasta gester; förälder-barn interaktion; produktivt ordförråd;

    Abstract : This thesis investigates emblem use exploratory in parent-child interaction. Emblems are conventional gestures with a verbal equivalent. The aim of this study was to answer if emblem use facilitates language acquisition. Formulaic gestures – fixed gestures accompanying songs – were examined as a subgesture of emblems. READ MORE

  5. 5. Teaching English grammar : A study of approaches to formal grammar instruction in the subject English in Swedish upper secondary school

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och interkultur

    Author : Maureen Lugoloobi-Nalunga; [2017]
    Keywords : Grammar instruction; grammar learning; grammar acquisition; language development; second language; foreign language; EFL ESL; Second Language Acquisition; SLA.; Grammatikundervisning; grammatikinlärning; språkinlärning; språkutveckling; andraspråk; främmande språk; andraspråksinlärning.;

    Abstract : The main aim of the present study was to identify examples of practical grammar instruction methods in an EFL/ESL classroom in Swedish upper secondary school. Data was collected through classroom observations and interviews. READ MORE