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ORAL LANGUAGEDEVELOPMENTWhat you can expect from your school, community, and what you can do at home to improve your child’s oral languagedevelopment.Language is themost powerfulinstrument ofhuman progress.”-Maria Montessori The limits of yourlanguage are thelimits of your world.”-Ludwig Wittgenstein
References Develop Oral Language at Home:Talking Together (Family Literacy #11).(2013, August 28). Retrieved January18, 2020 fromWhat if my child is gifted? What if my child has aUse simple languageSpeak in a way that your child understands. AutismSpeaks suggests using the “one up rule” If yourchild is nonverbal, try using one word at a time.Play time is important Children learn through play. Children also learnsome of their language skills while playing withothers. Some activities could include, but notlimited to, singing, dancing, and reciting nurseyrhymes can help promote communication. Language Study Major emphasis involving understanding thesyntactic structure of the English language andits associated uses.

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