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Language Development Objectives include being able to: define language understand the developmental process for acquiring language understand how children’s errors in language show sophistication
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Language Our spoken, written, or gestured words and the ways we combine them to communicate meaning.
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Language Readiness Infants born with capacity to learn language. Innate readiness Auditory experiences during prenatal months All children follow same sequence of language development. Function then structure.
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Stages of Language Development Prespeech Cries, Coos, Babbling Comprehension First Spoken Words Two-Word/Multiword Sentences
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Prespeech Newborn Reflexive communication cries, movements, facial expressions
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Prespeech continued. 2-6 months Cooing and other meaningful noises 6-10months Babbling -extended repetition of vowel and consonant combinations 10 months Comprehends simple words. Makes sounds that are understood as words by family members.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSY 203 taught by Professor Forrest during the Fall '07 term at University of Nebraska Kearney.

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