Explaining A Concept

It is in order to mention that a number of stages of language development imitate words, cooing and constitutes words with cognition and babbling through the use of various short sentences. (Dale 1994) The discussion of this paper will prove the hypothesis that ‘Reading to a child every day (even an infant) is beneficial for language development ‘. This paper attaches a lot of importance to the language development the rough being read to and reading by themselves. It asserts the probability of development is higher when this is done than in others. Discussion It is unarguable that the ability to read and write is prerequisite in the current era. Therefore writing and reading styles are very important to kids as they can use such skills in their future lives not only as part of their academic and professional lives but in their daily normal lives. A myriad of research has proved that a number of students who live their lives reading books and literature during their early age and therefore high likelihood of performing well in class than others who seldom have an opportunity to read in class. It is clear that when parents or guardians encourage their children in early reading and also writing, it is clear that they are preparing them for a better and mature life in the future. Language Development in Children It is just amazing how children learn to know how to communicate and understand language. Besides, all kinds and types of achievements made by children for example sitting, turning oneself, waving among others is a real happy moments for the mothers who dedicate their time trying to teach their children to learn how to do this. It is no doubt that mothers/parents are the best teachers for their children in terms of language development. All kind of development and the sounds start to make are often those that they hear their parents make. Research also has it that the foundation of any communication in the lives of a kid is at pregnancy. After the birth of a kid they usually get to learn language from persons who are very close to them like their parents whom they listen to speak works and then they try imitating them. As they start going out with other friends they also start learning further languages spoken by other children in the field as they play. Scientists have adopted five theories to help in the explanation on how kids start to learn languages and then start to communicate. The first theory is the navitist theory which believes that children have a sense which is inborn so that they can make something known to the environment and also to share with people are surround them. With the urge and ability in them, children are therefore in a position to make sense of what the environment really offers them. The other theory is the social theory which holds the view that children often copy language and also various words that they hear and also seems from the models who are the caretakers and members of the family. The third theory is the interactions theory that\ realized defects in the first two theories and it stated that the interaction kids have with one another leads to the creation of an environment where they can easily talk to one another and therefore language development. Reading to A child Everyday There are a myriad of methods by which parents and other caregivers can adopt to ensure that