Beaty, author of “Observing Development of the Young Child” claims that there are six emotions that younger children seem to be more occupied with, these six emotions are; distress, anger, fear, affection, interest and joy. The author of this book also mentions that younger children do not possess “emotional literacy” which is how to properly express how they feel. Emotional literacy is hard to obtain for these children when they cannot appropriately vocalize what they feel. They often do not yet hold the proper vocabulary to express what they are feeling, which in turn causes more frustration for the child. It is the parent’s and teacher’s responsibility to spend special time with the child to help them properly learn emotional literacy.
Physical impairments would include disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy or Spina Bifida in the child or adult. In this case, it may be hard for them to speak to communicate what they are trying to say. They may also have trouble using their gross and fine motor skills which could prevent a child from producing school work to a similar level of a child without any physical
This can delay the baby’s physical and learning development, its ability to communicate with others, and with the ability to care for itself. ii. The baby can also have behavior problems, ADHD, Autism, Neurological disorders, hearing loss, and several other disabilities. 3. Fortunately, with the thanks to the development of technology there are several cases to where the premature baby turns out to be completely health.
Stuttering is also known as stammering; although the correct term is actually dysphemia .Some individuals refer to this typical stuttering as “developmental stuttering.” Others refer to stuttering as a “syndrome,” focusing thereby on a set of symptoms that may coexist in any stuttering individual." In term of core behaviors of stuttering, (part word repetitions,
Simultaneous bilingual children on one hand may take more time to start talking but they eventually catch up with the others. On the other hand, sequential acquisition may bring the child to use his “home language” at first, and then pass through a “Silent” Period when exposed to the second language so he might begin to use gestures to communicate. This “Nonverbal” Period might last weeks, even months, depending on the child’s age, until he fully understands the language by initially memorizing and imitating sentences, then produce his
How many parents wish they understood why or what their crying toddler wanted? Communication with infants and toddlers is challenging, especially those with hearing problems. Around the world, many parents have difficulty communicating with their children. With the use of sign language, it makes this process easier for the parent and child to communicate regardless of their hearing ability. All children should learn sign language as an early way to communicate.
“Shaken baby syndrome” is an affliction that mostly effects babies under the age of one year (Squier, 2001, p. 519). This syndrome is frequently the result of a parent or guardian violently shaking the baby in their care usually out of anger, because they are unable to stop them from crying (Bechtel, 2011, p. 481). Reasons for shaking may also have underlying catalysts besides anger, for example, being in a household experiencing financial difficulties or addiction to drugs and alcohol, and these factors can make one more susceptible to feelings of irritation (Matschke, 2009, p. 212). It has also been seen that before the formal identification of the syndrome, Parents in western countries such as England believed that shaking their child was
It is not until we temporarily lose one of our senses, perhaps our noses are bunged up or our ears fell deaf because a of heavy cold, that we start to feel on how we rely on them and how much we suffer when one or more of the senses are not working properly. Sometimes babies are born with sensory impairments and it may take some months before the defect is picked up on. Behaviour Behaviour can have a major impact on child’s development. Children who are un-cooperative, finding it difficult to concentrate, throw regular tantrums, refuse to share or take turns and generally have problems socialising will suffer in terms of development if they are not offered the support they need. Some children are naturally loud and boisterous and find it difficult to slow down and take a rest.
Language development tis affected when a child is isolated from others which directly affects their ability to communicate in social situations. Language development begins at infancy, by things like cooing, crying and giggling, the sounds they make are initials to the language development, because they learned to put sounds together. When a child needs something from a parent, they communicate their needs by crying and getting their attention. They learn to communicate their feelings. When a baby is isolated they don’t get that attention they need, even if they cry.
This means that Anzaldua not only get teased about her Spanish, but also with her English as well. Similarly, Amy Tan had also problems with her language as well. During her young age, she was expected to speak with very important people due to her mother's inability to speak English. Due to these experience, such as her mother's translator, Tan realize the importance of being able to express her thoughts well in order to have a smoother