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Running head: ORAL LANGUAGEEffects of Oral LanguageHeather HancockGrand Canyon University: ECS-4251-12-20201
EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGEEffects of Oral LanguageOral language has a profound impact on a child’s preparedness for school and theiracademic success. Early exposure to letters and letter sounds is crucial. Children will need tolearn that written letters represent sounds. Though oral language is typically associated withvocabulary, it also consists ofphonology, grammar, morphology, discourse, and pragmatics.These skills are often developed early in life. Reading is a language skill; it is oral language in avisual format.Reading comprehension depends on language abilities that have been developing since birth. Forsome children acquiring reading skills in not as easy as learning to talk. Reading requires ahigher level of processing to be able to hear words not only as whole sounds but to hear them asthe component sounds inside the words. Phonemic awareness is needed for decoding, decodingnew words and being able to comprehend them.Reading strategies involve intentional actions during reading that improve comprehension.Comprehension strategy instruction can be organized into a three-part framework, with specific

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