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Basics of the Language Learning process

A major part of the language learning happens in the early years despite the journey being a lifelong process. Brain development of a child in their first five years is usually at its peak. The child can learn a lot of things through their experiences as they are more receptive. Through the back and forth dialogue with important adults in their family, children are able to learn the languages, this is according to studies. In order for the child to be motivated to learn a parent needs to give a good feedback any time the child communicates through gesture, sound or a word.

The language learning process of a child will benefit from a responsive feedback. When a child does not receive the essential feedback that would have built their language, they communicate less or do not communicate at all. Less or no communication to the child by the family members causes the child to communicate less. Any communication gesture from a child should always be responded to by their adult family members. Otherwise, the child will have a delay in their communication development. According to the advice given to parents, they should wait for the child to outgrow the situation. The child’s language learning process in this critical stage is derailed by the wait and watch and watch approach.

Children can hardly participate in conversations and activities when they have not developed good speech. The matter is even worse when they do not get the help that they require. The probability that the children will be left behind more is high. Extra support received by a child from the important adults in their lives improves their situation tremendously. Speech therapy intervention is great to salvage the situation if done very early. It enables the children develop skills through communication skills. In the future academic and personal lives of children, it will help them be successful.

To help a child in language learning there are tips for it. First, assist the kids to build their language skills. You can do this by starting fake conversations with your child. The other tip is to teach the child non-verbal communication skills. You should be there to guide the children. Through watching parents, children are able to learn communication skills. Be careful when you are communicating as the children will take in what they see and hear. The communication skills of the children will be great.

Be part of their learning process and offer guidance. The feedback a child gets when they communicate reinforces their language skills.

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