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Transcript of Language Acquisition
Whole body 10 MONTHS Approximate
Short commands 12 MONTHS Names
Imitating 1.5 YEARS 2 Word requests
50ish word vocab
Faster learning 2 YEARS 150-300 word vocab
Uses pronouns I & it 3 YEARS 4 YEARS 1.000 word vocab
Multi-step commands Asks lots of questions
Can answer questions, save for how and why
Past tense correct 5 YEARS 6 YEARS 2.000 word vocab
3 step commands Explain purpose of objects
Pronounce all sounds correctly Japonese Français English Español Italiano Italiano Français Icelandic Danish Arabic Bengali Mandarin Russian Português Español English English Français Português Deustch Polish Turkish Arabic Ukrainian Czech Arabic Norwegian Swedish Finnish Greek Latvian Croatian Romanian Estonian Russian Mongolian Hindi BILINGUAL CHILDREN have different timelines.
Children growing up in an environment with two or more languages experience something called a silent period. This is exactly what it sounds like. When the child is exposed to the second language, they will stop trying to communicate.
For example... días! ¡Buenos Bongiorno! Top o' the
to yeh What if a child doesn't develop by these criteria? LANGUAGE DELAY This can be fixed on some occasions, through lots of playing, reading, and talking with a child. If problems continue, it is possible that the child could have hearing loss, or some form of ASD. (Autism Spectrum Disorder) 20% of children experience language delay. This is simply when kids speak later, or have more trouble speaking, than the average child. There are some ways to tell besides delays reaching the aforementioned milestones, like stomping, grunting, and saying nevermind. Language delay can lead to behavioral problems, because the child can grow frustrated that they can't communicate, or express their wants and needs. Sometimes they just can't retrieve the word they want, or don't know how to put it in a sentence. SO WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO SAY A WORD? Do bilingual children learn languages differently? Cantonese Yes
Go Daddy cookie
Mommy shoe 'Dr', as in dream, r, y, etc... Again, this is just an average. Some kids will learn faster, and some will learn slower. That brings me to my next topic, This is just one possible reason why a child isn't speaking on normal schedule. Bilingual children also show delays, though for a different reason.