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ArtikelMetalinguistic awareness in young deaf children: A preliminary study  
Oleh: Zorfass, Judith M.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Applied Psycholinguistics vol. 2 no. 4 (Nov. 1981), page 333-352.
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    • Nomor Panggil: 405/APP/2
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Isi artikelThis study explores the metalinguistic abilities of prelingually deaf children aged 4-7, who are users of Signed English, with regard to their explicit segmentation of Signed English sentences into words. Subjects exhibited varying meta linguistic abilities that generally increased with age and that were similar to the developmental pattern found in hearing populations. Based upon performance with respect to four factors (i.e., explicit segmentation, omissions of function words, content words, and inflectional morphemes), subjects were grouped into four classes. In Class I, sentences or groups of words were not segmented. In Class 2, major constituents of the sentences were segmented. In Class 3, major constituents and some function words were segmented. In Class 4, the entire sentence was segmented. Patterns of omissions found throughout the classes for function words and inflectional morphemes are discussed. Also addressed are implicit segmentation skills found to develop prior to the development of explicit abilities.
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