lifespan paper - Being one of the oldest grandchildren in...

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-1Being one of the oldest grandchildren in my family, I’ve gotten to see a lot of my little cousins grow up. Over the years I have always wondere3d what made some of them learn to talk and pick up words so fast, and why did some have trouble and say the same word for everything. Therefore, I have decided to do my paper on language development. I am going to be doing my experiment on two babies. One is a 15-month old little girl, and the other is a 26-month old little girl. I am going to be observing them by watching them play with their parents and toys in their living room. I will first observe the 15-month old little girl, and then later that day the 26- month old little girl. When I first got to my friends house with the 15-month old little girl I explained to them that I would just be observing the little girl and for them to act natural as if I wasn’t there. The father went to get some toys. Right away the little girl pointed at a bear when he came into the room and said “mine.” The father gave her the toy and told her to say bear. I noticed then that they were using phonology , and that she was in the first words stage of language development and that her parents were using a semantic
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