CU1537 -Suport children and young peoples speech,language and communication skills. 1.1 -
0-5 years - babies and children between ages of 0-5 will learn from adults facial expressions, and watching adults point to objects as they say it ie.. a ball. Babies will start with babbling, then using 1 words in varietys of ways, sentences will become longer.
5-11- childrens speech will become clearer,as there tongue teeth and jaw develop. Children will learn that language is used to get their point of view across to others. childrens level of language is key to their acquiring th skills of reading and writing.
11-16- between the ages of 11-16 their speech will usually be fully developed,they will tend to gossip and talk about friends behind their backs, they will have lost all their baby teeth and grown adult teeth so speech will be developed.
1.2- When adult support is providedfor children there are many positive effects. Emotional development
Positive adult support also helps childrens emotional development.Not only do children become more confident,they also find through words ways of controlling their emotions and expressing their needs. Speech language and communication skills
Very quickly, if high-quality support is given, children can show progress in their speech,language and communication skills. Working with children can be very rewarding and parents often delight in the improvement that their children are showing. Behaviour
Many children who are finding it hard to communicate and speak will show aggresive, uncooperative and frustrated behaviour.Being able to communicate effectively can make an enormous difference to childrens behaviour. Spending more time communicating with your children will show less attention seeking behaviour Social interaction
At the heart of social interaction is childrens ability to communicate. This means that positive support can quickly make children more outgoing...
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