Language development is a process that starts at infancy and continues through the first few years of life. A stimulating and supportive environment at this stage will ensure that a child develops good language and communication skills. This collection of articles on language acquisition and learning are an excellent resource for teachers and parents. Explore this guide to find information on the stages of language development, including activities and teaching techniques to help your child or student learn. Also included are resources to help children with language delay and difficulties. So if you are a speech therapist, teacher, or a concerned parent, bookmark this guide, and keep coming back for more information.
|Birth Order and Language Development
Birth order and its impact on a child's personality and development has been the subject of study since 1874. Researchers agree that there are links between birth order and language...
|Planting the Seeds to Grow a Baby's Vocabulary: Baby's First Words!
A baby's first words tend to reflect familiar people and objects. Various strategies are available to encourage and build your baby's vocabulary....