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Social Interaction Theory
Definition: Theory of language acquisition that claims that children acquire language through social interaction - in particular with older children and adults - and prompt their caregivers to supply them with the appropriate language experience they need.
Source: Language Files, eleventh edition, edited by Vedrana Mihalicek and Christin Wilson