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LANGUAGE LEARNING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
The first three years
Milestone and developmental sequences
babies combine words into simple sentences.
children cognitive development
children do not use temporal adverbs
they can distinguish between singular and plural before they add plural endings to nouns.
first years Earliest vocalization
babies crying involuntary
children did not acquire the morphemes at the same age
the order of adquisition is determined by an interaction of different factors.
children begin to produce question with the correct structure
children learn to form questions
the most difficult to understand
children are able to correct form of question including negative and complex embedded questions
Develop Metalinguistic Awerness
Acquire aggressive language thats needed to defend
Acquire complex linguistic structures
expressed by the word
negative word appears before the verb
expressing rejection or prohibition often use'dont' or no
children begin to use the correct form of auxiliaty verb
The School years
sophisticated metalinguistic awarenes
Children learn how written language differs from spoken language
expanding vocabulary by reading
ordinary events like classroom activities, playground
words learned throught content. examples math, science, art.
Dont touch that!
Daddy no comb hair
the most easy