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- KurzbeschreibungA question often asked by parents to speech<br>pathologists involves how they can make sure their<br>children learn language alongside same-age peers.<br>There are several theories regarding language<br>acquisition including the psycholinguistic approach,<br>the sociolinguistic approach, and behaviorism. A<br>study of these theories can lead parents and<br>caregivers to find out how their own examples and<br>efforts can contribute to the language learning of<br>children with whom they have contact. This thesis<br>will show how the environment of a child can and does<br>play a large role in language acquisition and how<br>parents and caregivers can take the most advantage of<br>that. Main suggestions include the use of exaggerated<br>intonation and other speech characteristics with parentese when speaking with children, speaking to<br>children in utterances they can understand, and<br>repeating and expanding upon the speech of children.<br>The research and statistics presented here pertaining<br>to language development are meant to be a learning<br>tool for current or prospective parents who are<br>concerned about language acquisition and want to make<br>sure their children have the best environment<br>possible in which to develop speech.
- AutorAnnemarie Nichols
- Seiten64 Seiten
- Gewicht112 g
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