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Running head: EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGE1Effects of Oral LanguageEmily CrownECS 425March 29, 2020Grand Canyon University
EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGE2Effects of Oral LanguageThe oral language "is the device we use to communicate information, thoughts, andemotions by spoken words" (Lesaux & Harris, 2015). The oral language is used both tocommunicate as well as to listen. Every one of the components influences each other and theassociation between speaking and listening, writing and reading is clear. Learning to read andwrite also requires expertise in the oral language. Students should be encouraged to learn how touse their oral language skills and learn how to communicate and develop their ability to learn andunderstand.As parents, they must support their child early in life to learn certain skills such as love ofreading and social skills. Children learn by mimicking others, and this can involve learning insocial environments from other children. A child with low oral language skills will make themstruggle. They may have language delays, including encoding including comprehensionconcerns.When studying is a problem at school. It is important to look at teaching whether theprogram, whether it is not being used correctly or whether the students miss a core factor such asphonics and phonemic knowledge. Oral language can be a strong indicator of whether a child hasdifficulty writing depending on "when the infant will use verb stress in spoken language,learning written language would be better for them" (Royle & Marquis, 2014). Effectivegrammar skills include learning how to pronounce using capitalization, punctuation, and syntax

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