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Language Development by Lisette Ramirez

Language Development by Lisette Ramirez

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  • 1. Language Development Stages
    • Child Development 30
    • Professor Wendy Bass
    • May 27, 2011
    • Lisette Ramirez
  • 2. Birth-3 months (hearing/understanding)
    • Child will awaken at loud sounds, startle, or cry
    • Child will listen to speech, turn to you when you speak.
  • 3. Birth-3 months (talking)
    • Child will cry differently for different needs.
    • Child will smile when he or she sees you.
  • 4. 4-6 months (hearing/understanding)
    • Child will notice noise or sound from toys.
    • Child will respond to tone of voice (loud or soft).
  • 5. 4-6 months (talking)
    • Child will make gurgling sounds when alone.
    • Child will use speech or noncrying sounds to get and keep your attention.
  • 6. 7-12 months (hearing/understanding)
    • Child enjoys games like peekaboo and patty-cake.
    • Child will listen when spoken to.
  • 7. 7-12 months (talking)
    • Child will imitate different speech sounds.
    • Child will have 1 or 2 words (“bye-bye” or “no” or “dada”) although they may not be clear.
  • 8. 12-24 months (hearing/understanding)
    • Child points to few body parts when asked.
  • 9. 12-24 months (talking)
    • Child puts 2 words together (“no juice,” “more milk”)
    • Child uses many consonant sounds at the beginning of words.
  • 10. 24-36 months (hearing/understanding)
    • Child can follow two requests combined (“Get the ball and put it on the table”)
  • 11. 24-36 months (talking)
    • Child will ask or direct attention to objects by naming them.