A grammar of the Turkish language by Thomas Vaughan

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Their comprehension and production skills were tested at the morphosyntactic and narrative levels. Results show positive correlations between the skills developed in written French and LSF. These data provide new evidence that early mastery of a natural sign language facilitates the acquisition of a written language. In addition, sign language narrative and comprehension skills appear to play an important role in this relationship. Keywords: reading, writing, French Sign Language, deaf children, language development 1 Introduction Early exposure to a natural sign language is usually claimed to benefit profoundly deaf children.

These data refer to Figures 1, 2 and 3 Age 3;0 Mother of Carla Mother of Laura Mother of Mark* Mother of Jonas Mother of Alex Mother of Sander Carla Laura Mark* Jonas Alex Sander Age 6;0 Mother of Mark Mother of Jonas Mark Jonas * Dutch NGT Code-blending Total number of utterances at age 3;0 0 0 0 7 10 14 1 0 0 18 24 11 25 60 17 16 5 7 69 60 38 1 1 15 141 110 46 70 130 93 20 6 0 39 27 41 166 170 63 93 145 114 90 66 38 58 52 67 Dutch NGT Code-blending Total number of utterances at age 6;0 0 4 2 26 54 42 60 6 This session lasted 6 min.

2001); the four written French tasks were specifically created for the purpose of this study (for a more in-depth description, see Niederberger 2004).

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