MVC#4 - Clarence Li RUID 120006843 Section 03 MVC #4...

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Clarence Li RUID 120006843 Section 03 MVC #4 Describe development of your child's language and cognitive skills and discuss how Throughout Bubbles’ road to understanding and perceiving language, she has grown to be a master of speech and communication in her preschool years. Before Bubbles could even sound out her first words, infants, since birth, could already listen, study, and analyze the pitches of sounds and movements of gestures as an introduction to language learning. To get an early start in having infants to develop language skills, I started to talk a lot more to 3-month-old Bubbles to promote her language skills later on even though she probably doesn’t have the cognitive ability and capacity to understand what I am saying to her. As Bubbles grew older, she probably developed cooing and babbling speeches that indicated her ability to speak her first phonemes that showed speech development in her language skills. Soon she would be able to speak her first whole words, and by 9 months old, Bubbles began to understand a few words and point
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 331 taught by Professor Hudson during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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MVC#4 - Clarence Li RUID 120006843 Section 03 MVC #4...

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