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Developmenta l Milestones Birth –3 rd Grade Lorraine Rosario ECS 425 December 12, 2019
Stages of Language Development Phonology (Sound System) Semantics (Vocabulary) Morphology (Expanded Forms of Words) Syntax (Grammar) Pragmatics (Social use of Language) Discourse (Oral or Written communication)
Stages of Language Development Phonology (Sound System) Semantics (Vocabulary) Morphology (Expanded Forms of Words) Syntax (Grammar) Semantics (Shades of Meaning that Language Conveys) Pragmatics (Social use of Language)
Diverse Individuals with Exceptionalities Autism Deaf / blind Developmental delay Giftedness Intellectual disability Orthopedic impairment Serious emotional disturbance Specific learning disabilities Speech or language impairment Traumatic brain injury
Development Birth -PreK Birth-12 months : Reacts to loud sounds, makes noise when talked to, vocalizes pleasure and displeasure sounds, babbles, tries to communicate by actions or gestures, tries to repeat your sounds, answers simple questions nonverbally, points to objects, pictures, and family members 12- 24 months: Follows simple directions accompanied by gestures, tries to imitate simple words, Says 8 to 10 words, asks for common foods by name, makes animal sounds such as "moo“, starting to combine words such as "more milk“, begins to use pronouns such as "mine" 2-3 years: Follows simple commands without gestures, knows about 50 words at 24 months, speech is becoming more accurate but may still leave off ending sounds, answers simple questions, speaks in two to three word phrases, uses question inflection to ask for something
Typical Patterns of Development cont 3-4 years: Expresses ideas and feelings rather than just talking about the world around him or her, uses verbs that end in "ing," such as "walking," "talking“,

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