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1 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Meeting 4 Language and the brain (ch.13) First language acquisition (ch.14) Second language acquisition (ch.15)

2 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Today’s agenda Repetition of meeting 3 (semantics, pragmatics, discourse analysis) Seminar on chapters & mini- lectures Preparation for meeting 5 Qs? Goodbye

3 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Semantic roles for NPs The FBI agent is going to save the patient. agentpatient/theme

4 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Instrument Sinead O’Connor shaved her hair with a razor.

5 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Experiencer Fredrik Reinfeldt felt tired.

6 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Location Schwarzenegger lifted weights in the gym.

7 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Source & Goal The child received a gift from Santa. Santa gives presents to children.

8 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Lexical relationships Example Almost/nearly Rich/poor Flour/flower / Vegetable/carrot Foot (human vs. of table) Type Synonymy Antonymy Homophones Homonyms Hyponymy Polysemy

9 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Metonymy Wheels = Car Subcategory: Synechdoche Greek ”simultaneous understanding” Pars pro toto (a part for the whole) Totum pro parte (a whole refers to a part) The USA is at war with Iraq

10 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Collocations fast food *quick food *speedy food Commit a crime Commit an awful crime Commit an extremely awful crime

11 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics The Gricean maxims 1.Quantity 2.Quality 3.Relation 4.Manner The co-operative principle Hedges

12 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Cohesion & coherence

13 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Ch.13. The brain - left hemisphere

14 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Aphasia

15 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Links Broca’s aphasia: IiMEbMnPM IiMEbMnPM Wernicke’s aphasia: VhYN7NTIKU VhYN7NTIKU

16 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Tip of the tongue phenomenon *fire distinguisher =malapropism, ”near-misses” for words

17 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Slips of the tongue Reverend Dr William Spooner ( )

18 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Spoonerisms Tips of the slung Tease my ears A lack of pies It's roaring with pain Wave the sails Slips of the tongue Ease my tears A pack of lies It’s pouring with rain Save the whales

19 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Slips of the ear ♫’Cause I’m strong enough ’Cause I’m Stroganoff

20 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Important terms ch.13 Term Neurolingustics Malapropism Dichotic listening Right ear advantage The critical period hypothesis… Definition The study of the relationship b/w language and the brain Near-miss for word ?

21 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Ch.14 – L1 acquistion Victor de Aveyron

22 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Genie – a feral child California, 1970s Aged 13 Severe child abuse Growling, barking Critical period Susan Curtiss YouTube: v=dEnkY2iaKis&feature=related

23 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Dungeon children

24 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Terminology Caregiver speech Cooing and babbling The one-word stage, age? The two-word stage, age? Telegraphic speech, age?

25 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics More terms… Developing morphology –overgeneralization Developing syntax Developing semantics –overextension Forming Qs & negatives The acquisition process – similar order, different pace Developmental sequences 1)What? 2)Where? Who? 3)Why? 4)How? When? (Bloom, 1978)

26 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Jim Sachs, Bard & Johnson. (1981). Language learning with restricted input: Case studies of two hearing children of deaf parents. Applied Psycholinguistics, 2 (1),

27 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Seminar The four sharings: Worksheet 4

28 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics Next time More about second language acquisition Teachers! Register for the exam! Werewolf boy (2007) – ”Lyokha””Lyokha”

29 Pia Sundqvist ENGBG1 ENGBL1 Campus Linguistics The end Good luck studying


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