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RUNNING HEAD: Effects of Oral Language1Effects of Oral LanguageAshley ShepherdECS-42504/04/2021Instructor Michelle Hodges
Effects of Oral Language2This article would deal with how a person's oral language and ability to speak andcompose, to some degree, in addition to his or her capacity to comprehend, is affected bycoding. Three teaching strategies were developed, which can aid in extending the writtenlanguage, and improving the ability to read comprehension. Further the essay will addressdifferent relevant learning experiences that will help and enhance diverse students' literacyabilities, and writing skills and three examples of adaptive devices in early childhood andspecial education. Oral language development has an effect on reading comprehension.Several experiments were conducted to investigate the association between oral language andreading comprehension. “Researchers investigated the association between students' earlylanguage ability growth and their later reading comprehension levels to better grasp thecauses that could lead to students' difficulties with reading comprehension. The languageskills used in these studies are the diverse competences that are important for understandingand communicating meaning, such as knowledge of phonics, grammar and syntax,vocabulary and understanding” (Chiang, et. al., 2017)Comprehension is influenced by the development of oral language. Several studieshave examined this association between oral language comprehension of literacy. "Theresearchers investigated the connection between the student's early language skills and theirlater level of understanding in order to understand the factors which may contributively tostudents' reading understanding struggles. The language skills used in these researcher'sexpertise are diverse, including phonics experience, grammar and syntax, vocabulary andlistening understanding." (Chiang, et., al., 2017)In the first five years of a child's life, the connection between the deux were recorders

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