Speech is the communication or expression of thoughts in spoken words. The exchange of spoken words is a conversation and there are 8 different parts of speech. Noun- names a person, place, or thing
Pronoun- takes the place of a noun
Verb- identifies action or state of being
Adjective- modifies a noun
Adverb- modifies a verb, adjective, or other adverb
Preposition- shows a relationship between a noun (or pronoun) and other words in a sentence Conjunction- joins words, phrases, and clauses
Interjection- expresses emotion
Language is being able to communicate. At first, most children will use speech to communicate, it is important not to forget that reading, writing and signing are all ways of communicating with others. Deaf children may use a sign language such as British Sign Language to express themselves in situations and to understand others. Children with multiple disabilities may use a computer to write and receive messages for communication. Rules/grammar need to be learnt to learn a language as well as the meanings of words. Communication is a complex, two-way process, reliant on a wide range of skills including listening, understanding and means of expression as well as interaction skills. Communication exchanges information by speaking, writing, or using media such as a television. Speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) includes a wide range of difficulties related to all aspects of communication in children and young people. These can include difficulties with fluency, forming sounds and words, formulating sentences, understanding what others say, and using language socially. How speech, language and communication skills support each of the following areas in children’s development Learning- the skills help children to listen and communicate their needs, this will help their education levels at school as they are able to listen to their teachers and ask questions if they do not...