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THEORIES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISITION IN RELATION TO BEGINNING READING INSTRUCTION
THEORIES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISITION IN RELATION TO
BEGINNING READING INSTRUCTION'
they seem today theoretical
made little effort
to formulate and test the successful data
to process them in a different way than quantitatively.
It is derived from a pre-vocal stage
trying to find out when the child learns
pin from feather
In his book Verbal Behavior
Skinner proposes an interpretation.
General theory of language acquisition
specific linguistic behaviors
extended through response generalization
existing theories of language
for almost any purpose.
Attacks the adequacy
the notion of generalization
a summary description of the acquisition
Large and analyzed contribution
stage called "generalization"
Infinite set of responses