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Finally, the terms private speech and inner speech are differentiated not only because developmentally private speech antecedes inner speech but also because inner speech lacks overt vocalization. Both are self-directed forms of speech, but whereas private speech is audible, inner speech is inaudible to an outsider and only sonorous to the person who experiences it. CHAPTER 2 THINKING WORDS IN ONE'S FIRST LANGUAGE Inner Speech: The LI Perspective One of the most distinguishing features of human nature is the capacity to speak to oneself without actually pronouncing words.
By the 21 st century, his work has multiplied in the efforts of a host of followers and adherents. The following section is an attempt to give a comprehensive view of the sociocultural theory approach to inner speech, as reflected in the work of L. Vygotsky, A. R. Luria, A. A. Leontiev, A. N. Sokolov, and D. Vocate. The Thought-Speech Connection: Vygotsky's View of Inner Speech Inner speech is without doubt a topic of enormous magnitude within the work of Lev Vygotsky. His most extensive treatment of inner speech appears in Thought and Language (1986), a book dedicated to explore the relationship between thought and word.
Thought connected with words. But while in external speech thought is embodied in words, in inner speech words die as they bring forth thought. Inner speech is to a large extent thinking in pure meanings. It is a dynamic, shifting, unstable thing, fluttering between word and thought, the two more or less stable, more or less firmly delineated components of verbal thought, (p. 249) The Functions of Inner Speech According to Vygotsky, speech plays two major functions: as a means for social communication and activity and as a tool for thought (see 1997, p.