Chapter 3 part 2 - reduplicated babbling/echolalic stage...

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Chapter 3, part 2 1) 1-6 months of age (table 3.4) a) Voluntary muscle control -progresses rapidly- and impacts cognitive development head & neck control (turning of head, holding up head) / rolling/ creeping / sitting, (trunk control) sitting, (now that the child is able to be upright- reaching for/hitting and grasping of objects), . vision and reach become coordinated b) Social behaviors increase babbling starts at 5-6 months 2) 7 mths- 1 year (table 3.5) a) new methods of locomotion and new skills : by 12 mths the infant begins to walk, to speak and to use tools b) speech development:
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Unformatted text preview: reduplicated babbling /echolalic stage / variegated babbling /jargon / words 3) 12-24 mths (table 3.6) a) change occurs - from a dependent infant to a more independent toddler b) walking skills c) play and exploration d) increased fine motor skills and attention skills e) vocabuary growth and word combinations /concept of possession f) articulation 4) 3-5 years (table 3.7) a) articulation b) independence c) language skills d) play skills e) social skills 5) school age years table 3.9) a) physical b) cognitive c) socialization d) communication...
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