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    Clause, Phrase, Word, Morpheme, and Phoneme. Text may refer to both types, written and spoken; in Van Lier pyramid it refers to unlimited length of oral language. Spoken test contains of utterances( things which other says), it isn’t always grammatical correct like sentences which is used in writing texts. The third level is clause, consists of two or more words and should have a subject and verb. Clauses can be divided into two types; Independent clause, which can stand alone and Dependent clause which should be attached with other clauses in order to make sense. The fourth level is phrases, which contains of two or more words but doesn’t have a subject or a verb. There are many kinds of phrases such as, prepositional phrase, and noun phrase, infinitive phrase. The fifth level is word, according to Van(1995) words can function as utterances and called free morpheme. The sixth level called morpheme, Van divided morphemes into two types, free morpheme an bound morpheme. Free morpheme are unites which can stand alone and convey meaning (ex: girl, boy,…..), in contrast Bound morpheme always connected with words and can’t appear alone (ex: suffixes and prefix). The last level ;according to Van; is the most important. Phoneme is unites of sounds which distinguish meaning, usually they are written between slashes in order to distinguish them from letters. Phonology Phoneme Morpheme…

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    soccer. She also demonstrated that she knows that “wanna” designates “want to” when stating “I wanted to get the tweetybird again.” In contrast, we did not count “lemme” as two morphemes since she did not use the words “let me” in regular speech; she used the word “let” separately while reading Stellaluna, but her reading was not counted towards the MLU since it was not naturalistic speech. She may not have understood the meaning of what she was…

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    They are both allomorphs of the morpheme ‘a’. The SLI child repeatedly says ‘a elephant’ and ‘a egg’, using the incorrect form. The reason I believe this is an effect of SLI is because the child with normal language is able to use the correct allomorph when needed, for example he says ‘an easy one to make’. With the examples provided it clearly shows that there is a significant developmental difference between children with and without SLI. According to Brown (1973) children go through five…

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    The title of the article is called “The Stop and Go Phonemic Awareness Game: Providing Modeling, Practice, and Feedback” and it is written by Jill Howard Allor, Kristin A. Gansle, and R. Kenton Denny. The authors define phonemic awareness as “the ability to recognize the individual sounds within spoken words” and it is a critical skill needed to be successful with reading acquisition (Allor, Gansle, & Denny, 2006). The authors discuss the importance of explicitly teaching phonemic awareness…

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    These outcomes have been supported by many authors to be positively or negatively affected by Outdoor Education Programmes that feature a personal growth focus in their programmes. An example of a programme such as this is Outward Bound (Kirk, Macdonald & O 'Sullivan, 2006). Participants in the survey indicated 37% effect size on initial reflection, yet a drop to 14% was found when follow up evaluations were completed. This can be supported by Neill (2002) who stated that the overall results of…

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    my grades at an okay level just to keep my family off my back. Then the day came where Upward Bound came into my junior high and spoke to all of the students about the things they provided to students…

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    journey to self-actualize. In college I became enthralled with the idea that Black students needed support in not only attaining a college degree, but achieving an education that spoke to them as an individual. Therefore, I conducted research under the guidance of Doctor Clifford Broman titled, African American Academic Aspirations and Realizations. In specific, through documentary review and bibliographic analysis I examined three programs successfully helping African American students to…

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    While in high school, I was fortunate enough to be accepted into Temple University’s Math and Science Upward Bound Program. This program has had a huge impact on my life, offering college assistance, tutoring services, and interpersonal development classes. This organization became my second home. Although located in only one area of the city, students traveled from several different neighborhoods to gain exposure to the services provided. Being that this program was open to so many schools,…

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    Abstract This paper researches the culture-bound syndrome called running amok. First, the paper seeks to break down the definition of running amok, the cause, and the areas affected. The above is done by using published articles and textbooks to research the culture-bound syndrome. Running amok goes by a few different names but is ultimately referenced back to the term used in this paper, and is described as, “a disorder found in Malaysia, the Philippines, Java, and some parts of Africa, jump…

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    its individual organs. The internal structures of words are its morphemes. Just as every animal is a structural combination of organs, every word in every language of the world is a structured combination of morphemes. Each morpheme is an individual unit of meaning. Words are formed from a combination of one or more free morphemes and zero or more bound morphemes. Free morphemes are unit of meaning which can stand on their own as words. Bound morphemes are also units of meaning.…

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