JPNPP Series: Young Children’s Language Development (Stages of Language Development) by Denise Duar

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Last Update February 24, 2023
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About This Course

Language development is vital in a child’s development. Language helps a child to communicate, and it supports their ability to think, understand, express, solve problems, and maintain relationships. This course is divided into four (4) subtopics to address young children’s language development.

Subtopic 1 – Introduction to Young Children’s Language Development

Subtopic 2 – Stages of Language Development

Subtopic 3 – Language Skills for Young Children

Subtopic 4 – Roles of a Teacher in Supporting Language Development

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Learning Objectives

Facilitate children's language experience by understanding the stages of language development.
Create awareness among teachers and parents to identify issues that may arise in each stage of language development.

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1 Lesson24m 56s

Subtopic 2 – Stages of Language Development

This subtopic looks at the 6-step sequence of children's language development. This subtopic 2 has been merged into one video to address children's language development stages.
Subtopic 2 – Stages of Language Development00:24:56
Subtopic 2 – Stages of Language Development

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thanks for sharing

Thanks for sharing.

This topic is really helpful for a preschool teacher. Thanks for sharing!

good information.

Thanks for sharing

Very good sharing and revision on stages of language development.

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