Metalinguistic development by Jean Emile Gombert

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Language awareness in children.,
  • Metalanguage.,
  • Language acquisition.

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StatementJean Émile Gombert.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP118.3 .G6 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 238 p. ;
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1560598M
ISBN 100226302083, 0226302091
LC Control Number91041761

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This is the first book to review and analyze what is known about metacognitive processes in relation to : Jean Emile Gombert. To draw definitive causal conclusions about the effect of metalinguistic awareness training on reading comprehension, an experimental study employing a control group was then planned (Zipke et al., ).

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Meta is an ancient Greek term, meaning 'beyond.' In the context of language learning 'meta' can be interpreted as going beyond communication and meaning, and to.

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Gail T. Gillion wrote the book Phonological Awareness which illustrates the connection between phonological awareness and metalinguistic awareness's in literacy learning.

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Of the four types of metalinguistic abilities, phonological and word awareness have received the most attention (Tunmer, et al., ). Many Kindergarten and first grade teachers predominately focus on these aspects of metalinguistic development. This is understandable because. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOL () Metalinguistic Awareness and Language Development CAROL L.

SMITH AND HELEN TAGER-FLUSBERG University of Massachusetts at Boston Thirty-six 3- and 4-year-old children were given a battery of six metalinguistic tasks and two measures of language development: the Peabody Picture Cited by: These initiatives assume the importance of metalinguistic understanding for the development of literacy.

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It addresses such questions as what is metalinguistic awareness, when does it begin to emerge, and what tasks and procedures can be employed to assess its development in young children. The second sect ion cri ti ca 11y revi ews the research that has been conducted i nto the four general types of metalinguistic awareness -- phonologieal, word.

The dynamics of metalinguistic development -- The different conceptions of metalinguistic development -- The Karmiloff-Smith model -- A 'model' of metalinguistic development in the child -- 9. Conclusion. ISBN. (cloth: acid-free paper) (paper: acid-free paper) LCCN ; OCLC ; RCP. C - S. of metalinguistic awareness and non-alphabetic literacy, for example, in Chinese.

The ways that bilingualism increases certain aspects of metalinguistic awareness are also examined. The article concludes by noting an instructional implication of the metalinguistic hypothesis: that it. QR code for Metalinguistic development. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Metalinguistic Development | At a very early age, the Jean Émile Gombert’s novel description of processes such as the.

In Metalinguistic Development, J. Gombert attempts to provide a syn- thesis and evaluation of research devoted to understanding how and when children.

Gombert J.E. () Metalinguistic Development in First-Language Acquisition. In: Van Lier L., Corson D. (eds) Encyclopedia of Language and Education. Encyclopedia of Language and Education, vol by: The Paperback of the Metalinguistic Performance and Interlinguistic Competence by David Birdsong at Barnes & Noble.

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Book Description. Metalinguistic Awareness and Second Language Acquisition is the first book to present an in-depth overview of metalinguistic awareness as it relates to SLA. In this volume, Roehr-Brackin discusses metalinguistic awareness in the context of both child and adult language learning, and outlines the various methods that can be used to measure metalinguistic.

Tasks designed to assess children's level of metalinguistic awareness and their ability to evaluate contradictory and tautological statements were administered in Ireland to grade 3 and grade 6 English-Irish bilingual children and control groups of unilingual children matched on IQ, SES, sex, and by: LETTERS.

Letters are the basic graphic unit that are combined to form words. There are 26 letters in English, with each occurring in an upper- and lower-case format. Print references that elicit discussions around letters: “Point to the T.” “What are the names of these letters?” “See if you can find an upper-case letter on this page.”.

This book brings together new research on the metalinguistic dimension, given its increasing importance in the study of L2 acquisition. In applied linguistics it is widely accepted that L2 learners develop and use knowledge about language when engaging with the challenging task of acquiring a new language; this applies to both children and adults.

Metalinguistic awareness, also known as metalinguistic ability, refers to the ability to consciously reflect on the nature of concept of metalinguistic awareness is helpful in explaining the execution and transfer of linguistic knowledge across languages (e.g.

code switching as well as translation among bilinguals). Metalinguistics expresses itself in ways such as:General: Outline, Common misconceptions. Not very many years ago, it was common for language researchers and theorists to argue that language development was somehow special and separate from other aspects of development.

It was a period when the "1 ittle 1 inguist" view of language development was common, and much discussion was devoted to develop­ mental "linguistic universals," in. In conceptualizing metalinguistic understanding in writing, we turn to Bialystok,Bialystok, work on metalinguistic development.

In her analysis of bilingual cognitive advantages, Bialystok () describes metalinguistic ability as encompassing two linguistic processes: analysis of knowledge and control of processes (p. ).Cited by: The Effects of Metalinguistic Awareness. Bialystok and Hakuta ( ) argue that learning a second language can have significant effects "because the structures and concepts of different languages never coincide." Jessner () proposes that some of the most important effects of metalinguistic awareness are: divergent and creative thinking.

Theoretical Framework. The concept “metalinguistic” is not easily defined and is used to qualify notions of awareness, ability or task without distinguishing among them (Bialystok, ).Broadly, Pratt and Grieve () characterized metalinguistic awareness “as the ability to think about and reflect upon the nature and functions of language” (p.

2).Cited by: 3. Abstract. This chapter examines the conceptual status of metalinguistic awareness and its relationship to other aspects of development in early childhood, namely, language acquisition, cognitive development and learning to by: Examples of how to use “metalinguistic” in a sentence from the Cambridge Dictionary Labs.

The areas covered include language acquisition, metalinguistic ability, literacy skill, and problem-solving ability. In each case, the performance of bilingual children is compared to that of similar monolinguals, and differences are interpreted in terms of a theoretical framework for cognitive development and by: Metalinguistic definition is - of or relating to a metalanguage or to metalinguistics.

Recent Examples on the Web So the metalinguistic awareness of the media seems to be the precondition for its preservation. — Bruce Sterling, WIRED, "Dead Media Beat: Federico Giordano, “Almost the Same Game”," 21 Apr.

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Basic overview. Release date: Age Range: Author: Elizabeth Wiig and Wayne Secord Publisher: Pearson. Description: According to the. PRINT MEANING. Print is an object worthy of attention, and print carries meaning. The objective of this domain is that children show interest in print, including specific words and letters, in highly contextualized depictions.

When children begin to understand print, they recognize that print provides meaning to events. Print Meaning Targets. research than that presented in this book (e.g. Mondada & Pekarek, ). Summing up, the book provides a sound, if dense and slightly out-dated, introduction to the theme of metalinguistic awareness from a socio-cognitivistic perspective and raises interesting issues for curriculum development and teaching practice.

-Helps move children from social aspects of language (linguistic) to instructional uses of language (metalinguistic)-Plays an important role in the development of literacy-Curricular content requires students to focus on and talk about language -These new language demands rely on ML skills.

Playful Texts and the Emergent Reader Developing Metalinguistic Awareness. This book is about playful texts – picturebooks and novels which play on words and/or images in the same way that children play in games of make-believe, transforming the everyday world of common sense meaning into a self-reflexive playworld which works to disclose.

Metalinguistic Awareness in Monolingual and Bilingual Children and its Relationship to Receptive Vocabulary Scores and Performance on a Reading Readiness Test Denise Davidson and Vanessa Raschke Loyola University Chicago Literature Review Metalinguistic awareness is the ability to attend to, and reflect upon, the properties of a Size: KB.

metalinguistic awareness is linked to the concept of metalanguage, originally invoked in different contexts by the logician Alfred Tarski and the linguist and literary scholar Roma n Jakobson.

This chapter explores the development of academic language proficiency, with an emphasis on children’s writing ability particularly children’s correction, revision, and editing of their own compositions. Drawing on the results of a study in Mexico, it discusses metalinguistic development and its relation to bilingualism, along with metalinguistic awareness in literacy Author: Norbert Francis.

Metalinguistic Awareness and Reading Comprehension. Prior researches showed that phonological awareness [3,19,20], morphological awareness [4,1] and orthographical awareness [] could influence reading.A large body of literature had focused on the relationship between metalinguistic awareness and word reading [12,22,23], because phonology, Cited by:   Metalinguistic Development – Jean Émile Gombert – Google Books In condition 4, children listened to a recording of the same nursery rhymes for 15 minutes daily during free exploration periods.

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