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Quality instead of Quantity: 1 Quality instead of Quantity K. Dawn W. Drafts Southern Wesleyan University
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Quality instead of Quantity: 2 Abstract In the article from The New York Times (Quality of words, Quantity, is Crucial to Language Skills, Study Finds) main goal is to give an example of how important it is to talk to young children as they grow. So, the question is how do we know if the conversations we are having with young children are meaningful? Are we actually helping them by having a meaningful conversation or should we mainly worry about the number of words we speak to children? Is it the quality or quantity of what we say more helpful to teaching children how to speak? So, the methods they show us in the article tells us that both quality and quantity of words is required for a child to learn how to have a conversation and memorize the words.
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