A level Child Language Acquisition

A level Child Language Acquisition

A teaching resource provided by Amy Barlow.

Resource Description

Full powerpoints and resources to suit ALL A level English specifications with activities, theorists, exam links and key information.

Resource Files

There are 8 files for this resource.

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1. Intro and phonology.pptx
Microsoft Powerpoint 614KB
2. A babys babble leads to language ARTICLE.docx
Microsoft Word 16KB
2. Sound Production.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 152KB
3. Theorists introduction.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 391KB
4. Phonological development.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 920KB
5. Developing lexis.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 105KB
6. Pragmatics.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 109KB
7. Child directed speech.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 843KB

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