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ERIC Number: ED056036
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 442
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The Learning of Language.
Reed, Carroll E., Ed.
Current thinking of specialists in the study of language learning provides the basis of this book. The 12 chapters of the book and their authors are as follows: 1. Introduction--Charles A. Ferguson; 2. The Acquisition of Language in Infant and Child--Martin D. S. Braine; 3. Development of Native Language Skills beyond the Early Years--John B. Carroll; 4. The Psychology of Learning and the Study of English--James Deese; 5. Variation in Language--William Labo; 6. Second-Language Learning--Jane W. Torrey; 7. The Basis of Speech--William S-Y Wang; 8. Speech Pathology--Robert West; 9. The Ontogenesis of the Problem of Reference: A Review of Some Theories of Linguistic Symbols--Jerry A. Fodor; 10. Lexicography--Yakov Malkiel; 11. Language in the Schools--Ruth G. Strickland; and 12. Second-Language Teaching--Robert Lado. References are provided at the conclusion of each chapter, and an author index concludes the book. Illustrations of the text are 19 figures and 16 tables. (DB)
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