Communication

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  • Communication
    • Speech and Language Development
      • Pre-Linguistic
        • Birth to 1 year
        • Cry when hungry, tired, thirsty, lonely, uncomfortable, ill, in pain or too hot/cold
        • 5/6 weeks
          • Gurgles and coos
        • 6 Months
          • Babbles
          • Says 'aa', 'oo', 'ddd', 'mmm'.
          • Echolalia
        • 9 months
          • Says mum-mum, bab-bab
        • 1 Year
          • Holophrases
      • Linguistic
        • From 12 months
        • Single words become single, then complex sentences.
        • 18 months
          • 6 to 40 identifiable words with expression
        • 2 years
          • Telegraphic speech
        • 2.5 to 3 years
          • Asks questions
          • Uses I, me, you correctly.
          • Understood outside the family
          • Word endings incorrect
          • 200+ word vocab
        • 4 to 5 years
          • Large vocab of 2000+
          • Good articulation
          • Talks fluently using complex sentaces
          • Few mistakes in grammar and pronunciation
    • Encouraging Speech
      • Constant verbal interaction from birth
      • Bit interrupting when child is speaking
      • Not laughing at mistakes
      • Using open questions
      • Giving children time to speak, not finishing sentences

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