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Title: Cross-sectional assessment of linguistic development in the English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil languages
Authors: Norhaida Aman
Kotov, Roman
Keywords: Language
Issue Date: May-2006
Abstract: Research into child language development in Singaporean context has been sporadic and focused mainly on the acquisition and development of English. However, such research can provide important information on typical and untypical paths of linguistic development in English and Mother Tongues, thus enabling educational practitioners to understand the needs of different cohorts of children undertaking home-school transition. It is even more important at the current moment when a large percentage of the pre-school population in Singapore is undergoing a language shift of immense proportions. The present Project is a first step in this direction.
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Project number: CRP 44/03 LVM
Appears in Collections:CRPP - Research Reports

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