language development birth to age 2 l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Language Development Birth to Age 2 PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Language Development Birth to Age 2

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 25

Language Development Birth to Age 2 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 241 Views
  • Uploaded on

Language Development Birth to Age 2. Dr. Bartel 322. Aimee Cohen & Sandy Sunnongmuang. What is Language?. A rule-governed symbol system for communicating meaning through a shared code of arbitrary symbols A code Reading Writing Speaking Some gesture systems.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Language Development Birth to Age 2' - niveditha


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
language development birth to age 2

Language DevelopmentBirth to Age 2

Dr. Bartel 322

Aimee Cohen

&

Sandy Sunnongmuang

what is language
What is Language?
  • A rule-governed symbol system for communicating meaning through a shared code of arbitrary symbols
  • A code
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking
  • Some gesture systems
what makes up this language code
What makes up this language code?

* Rules

  • Creating
  • Sounds
  • Letters
  • Body movements
  • Modifying
  • Girl + -s = girls, walk + -ed = walked,
  • teach + -er = teacher, quick + -ly = quickly,
  • Dis- + obey = disobey
what makes up this language code4
What makes up this language code?
  • Combining
  • Meaning
  • Conversation
  • Telling a story
  • Using different forms of language for different listeners
  • Purposes
  • Situations
understanding of language
Understanding of Language
  • Most human characteristic
  • Many ways to express
    • Speaking
    • Using sign language
    • Writing
    • Using computerized communication devices
how is language learned
How is Language Learned?
  • Gradually through interaction
  • Symbolization of thought
speech language pathologists aka speech therapists
Speech-language pathologistsAKA speech therapists
  • The professionals
    • Assess speech & language development
    • Treat language & speech disorders
    • Also help w/ swallowing disorders
semantic development
Semantic Development
  • Semantics;study of meaning of words
  • Semantic Component Theory
    • All words have fundamental features
    • “Colorless green ideas sleep furiously”
      • NOTgreen & colorless
      • Selection restrictions
syntactic development
Syntactic Development
  • Syntax; study of rules that govern how words are put together to make sentences
phonological development
Phonological Development
  • Phonology; study of sound system (phonemes)
  • Rules
  • Phoneme
  • Vowels; unobstructed flow of air
  • Consonants; obstructed flow of air
morphological development
Morphological Development
  • Morphology; study of words & how formed
  • Rules
  • Morphemes
  • Free (cat, farm, blue, berry)
  • Bound ( -s, -er, -ed)
pragmatic development skills
Pragmatic Development/Skills
  • Develop in early weeks of life
  • Knowing
  • Participate
  • Notice & Respond
  • Awareness
  • Initiating
  • Maintain
  • Appropriate eye-contact
  • Distinguish
receptive language developmental milestones
Receptive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • Birth
    • Learning starts at birth
    • Awareness of sounds
    • Crying
    • Become “still”
receptive language developmental milestones14
Receptive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 0-3 months
    • Turn to you
    • Smile at you
    • ”Recognize” familiar voice
    • Notice unfamiliar voices
    • Comforting tones
receptive language developmental milestones15
Receptive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 4-6 months
    • Respond to “no”
    • Changes in tones of voice
    • Toys, music, rhythms
    • Household sounds
receptive language developmental milestones16
Receptive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 7-12 months
    • listens when spoken to
    • responds to name
    • discovers fun of simple games
    • recognizes names of familiar objects
    • responds to questions and requests
receptive language developmental milestones17
Receptive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 1-2 years
    • points to things
    • can follow simple commands
    • understands simple questions
    • likes listening to simple stories
    • enjoys songs and rhymes
    • wants repetition of songs and rhymes
expressive language developmental milestones
Expressive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • Birth
    • make sounds when in pain
    • make sounds when in pleasure
expressive language developmental milestones19
Expressive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 0-3 months
    • smiles when you come into view
    • repeats the sounds
    • ”coos and goos” a lot when content
    • cries “differentiate”
expressive language developmental milestones20
Expressive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 4-6 months
    • gurgling sounds or “vocal play”
    • babbling begins
    • ”speech-like” babbling
    • uses sound to tell you things
expressive language developmental milestones21
Expressive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 7-12 months
    • babbling changes
    • uses sounds other than crying
    • first words will be spoken
expressive language developmental milestones22
Expressive Language: Developmental Milestones
  • 1-2 years
    • accumulating words
    • asks 2-word questions
    • makes 2-word combinations
    • words become clearer
by age 1 activities to encourage you child s language
By Age 1: Activities to Encourage you Child’s Language
  • Respond to your child
  • Talk to your child
  • Colorful books
  • Nursery rhymes and songs
  • Teach your child names
  • Visit new places
  • Play simple games
between ages 1 2 activities to encourage you child s language
Between Ages 1 & 2: Activities to Encourage you Child’s Language
  • Reward and encourage
  • Talk about what you are doing
  • Talk simply, clearly, and slowly
  • Talk about new situations
  • Make eye contact
  • Describing
  • Children’s records & tapes
  • Give your child praise
references
References
  • The American Speech Language Hearing Association
  • PBSparents
  • Caroline Bowen PhD
  • Speech & Language Milestone Chart