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Aims/Description: This module will cover children's development of speech, language, communication and literacy from 0 - 18 years. It addresses the following topics: speech sound / phonological development, language production and comprehension, development of pragmatics abilities, psycholinguistic models, early literacy development, the associations between speech, language and literacy, theoretical models of literacy development, understanding drivers and competing theories of how children learn language, bilingualism and the impact on language learning. The lectures will cover developmental norms and trajectories. It will also cover factors which influence typical development. The theoretical basis of the topic will be considered from a multidisciplinary perspective, covering psychology, education, sociolinguistics, and linguistics.

Staff Contact: OZTURK OZGE
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam

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Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK