Class notes 9.16

Class notes 9.16 - Class Notes Development Oral language development The use of contextual speech to express oneself(Sulzby and Teale 1991 Develops

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Class Notes 9/16/2010- Development Oral language development The use of contextual speech to express oneself (Sulzby and Teale, 1991) Develops before a child can actually speak Parents best understand first attempts Includes verbal communication patterns like grunting and babbling Includes both expressive and receptive language Milestones: 0-6 months Child responds to name, voices 12 months Uses 1+ words Understands simple instructions 18 months Vocab of 5-20 words Can follow simple commands 24 months Pronoun (I, me, you), prepositions (in, under, on) 3 years Use of verbs, past tense, and plurals 4 years Use of dipthongs and some consonants p, b, m, w, n 5 years Count to ten, understands number concepts Uses vowels and consonants m, p, b, h, w, k, g, t, d, n, ng, y plus vowels 3000-5000 word vocab 6 years
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course ECE 4352 taught by Professor Kinard during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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Class notes 9.16 - Class Notes Development Oral language development The use of contextual speech to express oneself(Sulzby and Teale 1991 Develops

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