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Children’s Counting and Concepts of Number by Karen C. Fuson (auth.)

By Karen C. Fuson (auth.)

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Table 2-3 indicates that by far the most common two-word stable incorrect portion omitted the word fifteen, that is, fourteen, sixteen. For stable portions of more than two words, most of the teen words were omitted by some children, although fifteen was still omitted by more children than was any other word. Why fifteen should be omitted the most and whether this high rate of omission is connected with its irregular formation (fifteen and not fiveteen) or with its phonetic qualities ("fif" is difficult to say) is not clear.

Brainerd, New York: SpringerVerlag. Copyright 1982 by Springer-Verlag. Reprinted by permission. a B = Blocks trials: while counting a pile of 50 movable blocks. h R = Rate trials: no objects. 1. Accurate Portions. Saxe, Guberman, and Gearhart (in press) reported that the mean accurate portion produced by their sample of middle- and working-class children aged 2-6 (two years six months) to 3-2 was the sequence up through five. Percentages of older children ranging from age 3 1/2 through third grade who produce accurate sequences of various lengths are given in Table 2-2.

Accurate Portions. Saxe, Guberman, and Gearhart (in press) reported that the mean accurate portion produced by their sample of middle- and working-class children aged 2-6 (two years six months) to 3-2 was the sequence up through five. Percentages of older children ranging from age 3 1/2 through third grade who produce accurate sequences of various lengths are given in Table 2-2. These results are based on two different sets of data. , 1982). Each child was asked to "Count as high as you can" on two trials given at the beginning and at the end of a counting interview in which the children also counted a pile of 50 blocks and rows of blocks that increased in size from 4 to 34; number-word sequence data were taken from all these tasks.

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