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Provides a table outlining the locational prepositions understood by children aged 24 months to five years.
The term communication disorders encompasses a wide variety of problems in language, speech, and hearing. This article defines them.
Several factors could modify the rate of normal language production in children.  These factors include gender differences, socioeconomic levels, cultural
Describes communication and learning disorders. Communication disorders is when children have difficulty producing speech sounds and learning disorders involve
Outlines the acquisition of sentence forms, including declarative and conjoining, within Brown's stages of development for children age 12 months to 4 years.
An introduction to articulation disorders and techniques for the classroom teacher to enhance language development among such children.
Compares and contrasts how mothers and caregivers facilitate language development in young children and how this is affected by cultural and socioeconomic
Provides a table outlining examples of interrogative sentences used by children aged 26 to 64 months.
Overviews how play in many forms can be an ideal vehicle for language acquisition in young children including pretend play, role playing and solitary play.
Provides a description of six assessments commonly used in the preschool years to evaluate young children's language development.
An overview of speech and language impairments and effective education strategies to work with students who have them.
Provides a list of six stages for children's early vocal development including the reflexive, cooing, babbling, and single word production stage.
Provides an outline of common two word utterances made by toddlers in their language development.
Students who have language problems have trouble with either or both of two key parts of language: receptive language and expressive language.  This article
Provides a list of suggestions for parents to facilitate language development including being an active listener, playing sound games and reading.
Examines how an infant's and young child's social interaction with adults is a major factor in language acquisition.
Provides an overview of how language development begins. Summarizes theories and the sequence of how children learn language.
The article discusses how language learning, literacy, and memory can be affected by parental communication.
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