By Random House, Scott Ciencin, Jeff Albrecht
A facsimile of the magazine and sketchbook that Anakin Skywalker stored whereas he was once learning to turn into a Jedi Knight, this journal’s insightful entries supply fanatics intimate glimpses of Anakin’s education, his hopes and fears, and his emotions approximately his fellow Jedi. Black-and-white sketches comprise cartoon stories of Anakin’s fellow Jedi, scenes from his education (such as lightsaber stances), and distant planets visited whereas on missions with Obi-Wan Kenobi. This Jedi’s magazine seems and feels as if it got here correct out of the Jedi Temple documents. clean areas on each web page enable lovers room to exploit this booklet as their own magazine and sketchbook besides.
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Evidence that children benefit from auditory exposure to language comes from studies of children who have been understimulated (see Chapter 3) and (more pertinent here) children who have or have had a hearing impairment. , 1976). Although the child has a natural capacity to learn language, he cannot develop this capacity to its full without being exposed to language from a very early age. Hearing plays a dual role in the process of language acquisition; it enables the child to listen to language used by other people and to monitor his own sound production.
There is a corresponding tendency to underextend the meaning of words. These first words, as already noted above, often lack real communicative intent. Rather they coexist with the child's activity, occurring alongside what the child is doing much like an independent action. After this initial hesitation, words are usually acquired at great speed. The transition is marked by a move from 1-3 words per month to 25 words per month. , 1988). During this period, the infant continues to acquire context-dependent words while those that had previously been associated with a specific context become decontextualized and can be generalized to different situations.
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Anakin Skywalker by Random House, Scott Ciencin, Jeff Albrecht