Friday, October 16, 2009

Language Development

Any period in the child’s living between its birth and to around six years of its growth can be marked as the period of key language learning. It is obligatory that a child starts to learn the language either through speaking or by listening. Also, it is a well known truth that the child does not need to be thought to speak. It is more than sufficient that the child listens to the conversation between the parents and others so that it learns to speak. It is enough for developing its individual language skills. There are definite guidelines to learn a language even though the children adapt different skills, learning at diverse paces.


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