Congratulations! You have acquired a foundation for understanding the basis of human communication: language. Without doubt, one thing you have learned in the past 5 weeks is how much there is to know and how truly amazing the process is that children follow in learning to form and articulate speech; learning the rules of pronunciation; learning how to put words together into phrases and sentences; and learning the social rules for using language. It is a lot for children to master, yet most children do so within a relatively short time frame.
In this course, you have also learned about factors that influence children’s language development. You have come to understand that different domains—physical, cognitive, and social-emotional—have a role in language learning; that interaction with important adults can foster children’s language development; how bilingual children adapt to learning two languages; and how physical or cognitive conditions can impact children’s language development.
As the course wraps up, your goal is to reflect on what you have learned about language development and how you will integrate this new knowledge into your ever-expanding understanding of young children’s development.
A student will:
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