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Running head: Effects of Oral Language1Effects of Oral LanguageBy: Leena M. ColterGrand Canyon University
Effects of Oral Language2Oral language is a main element of vocabulary. Oral language is both listening andspeaking in school for students they talk, listen, read, and write with words on a daily this eachall flow together. Each of these affects one another with oral language there is simply arelationship listening and speaking, written language, and reading are all four. In fact, readingand writing need oral language skills. And then soon comes reading and writing which expandsoral language. Students will learn to use oral language to master in learning how to read andsoon widen their ability to understand through learning.Parents are the first Teachers for children, they are important because they help teach thechild the early social skills. Children do learn by imitation and that can include learning frompeers in social groups. Poor oral language development will create difficulties for the child; theyoften have dyslexia, learning delays, and have difficulties understanding the importance of wordsin a sentence. This is what they call the ability to decode which they will not recognized lettersmake sounds put words together to make words stuff like that. Their reading comprehension willsuffer badly. Children like this fail to grasp the concept of written word which is not good at all.When in learning at school problems occur for students when if the instruction that isgiven is not effective in the areas of phonemic awareness and phonics it could just be one ofproblems as to why students display reading problems. Children like this fail to grasp the conceptof written word which is not good at all. Oral language is a good predictor of writing difficultiesbecause the more children are able to use verb tense in spoken language the mosteasier theywill be able to learn written language”( Royle & Marquis,2014,p.1). With writing students needto understand how to spell, use capitalization, punctuation, and grammar with also knowing howorder words in sentences as it influences meaning. In listening students must understand whatthey hear. Students must be able to hold information and understand vocabulary and patterns in