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Development al Milestones Ashley Castillo-Singh ECS-425 April 5, 2020 Michelle Hodges
Oral Language Development What is Receptive Language? Receptive Language : The ability to understand words and language . What is Expressive Language? Expressive Language: When words are use in sentences, the use of gestures and writing to make others understand the message.
Developmental Milestones What are Developmental Milestones? Developmental milestones are behaviors or physical that infants and children demonstrate as they are growing and developing. Examples: Taking a first step Smiling the first time Waving “Bye-Bye”
Stages of Oral Language Development (Birth- 3 Months ) Milestones Cries Reacts to sound or voice by smiling Turns head towards noise Eye contact Cry is different for different needs
Stages of Oral Language Development (4-6 Months ) Milestones Response to noises/sounds Listens/responds when spoken to Babbles Reaching for toys using one hand.
Stages of Oral Language Development (7-9 Months ) Milestones Can understand the word “NO” Can mimic sounds and gestures Can point at things
Stages of Oral Language Development (10-12 Months ) Milestones Can respond to verbal request Can use gestures Can control the tone of their sounds Attempting to mimic words
Stages of Oral Language Development (1-3 Years Old ) Milestones Can identify familiar people. Can identify body parts. Can speak in sentences of two to four words. Can follow simple directions Can repeat words.
Stages of Oral Language Development (3- 5 Years Old ) Milestones Can follow 2 -3 step instructions. Identifies their name and age. Can name a friend. Can tell stories, sing songs and recite poems. Can speak in full sentences.
Normal Development & Atypical Development Normal Development Normal speech develops by cooing, babbling, words and word combinations. Normal language develops by understanding and demonstrating concepts. Atypical Development When there are delays with children, you must be aware and make sure to get them help.

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