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A teacher is required to understand child development. Why is understanding the typical patterns of speech development relevant to an early childhood educator? Explain how this knowledge will be used as you develop your lesson plans in the classroom. you be a bit more explicit on how you would incorporate this knowledge into your lesson planning? Reflection from last week's reading - opportunity for participation points The readings last week discussed the importance of emergent literacy skills. List two of those skills, and how you might incorporate them into an early childhood classroom. additional resource Class, Here's an additional resource on atypical communication in young children: Reflection from last week's reading - opportunity for participation points The first strategy I wanted to mention was everyday talking. Everyday talking to your child is so important to help them develop their literacy skills. The other one I wanted to mention was responding to your child. I think it is so important to respond to your child so they can work on understanding the

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