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Poverty Effects on Oral Language Development: Birth to Third Grade

Poverty Effects on Oral Language Development: Birth to Third Grade
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Author(s): Amy Jo Clark (Green Hills AEA, USA), Melanie K. Van Dyke (Green Hills AEA, USA), Jill T. Tussey (Buena Vista University, USA) and Leslie Haas (Xavier University of Louisiana, USA)
Copyright: 2022
Pages: 22
Source title: Poverty Impacts on Literacy Education
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Jill Tussey (Buena Vista University, USA) and Leslie Haas (Xavier University of Louisiana, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8730-0.ch001

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on oral language development in children birth to third grade. Additionally, the effects of poverty on oral language development in children is explored. Subject matter includes typical language development, common language disorders, and current information regarding the interplay of language and technology. Particular attention is paid to the ways the home environment influences early language in infants and toddlers. Strategies to support language development in young children through the language experience approach, literacy, text sets, and technology are explained. Resources, materials, and suggested activities for parents, caregivers, and educators are embedded.

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