Oral Language Analysis

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Basically main component of the oral language development is acquisition of the rules that govern the structure of language, like phonology, syntax and semantics and the practical application of these rules. Phonology deals with systematic organization of sounds of a certain language. It also includes articulation, pronunciation, and intonation, which involves pitch, stress, and juncture (Morrow, 2012). Syntax is responsible for the structure of the phrases, clauses and sentences in a certain language. Syntactic rules govern the formation, and transformation of sentence patterns, defining the principles of word order. Semantics focuses on the meaning of the constructed sentences and phrases of the language, paying close attention to the relationships…show more content…
Knowledge of word spelling is essential for reading and writing. Spelling recognition significantly improves phonological awareness and understanding of alphabetical principle. It also contributes to the general understanding of the meaning of the words and pronunciation. As spelling helps improve reading and writing fluency, it should be integrated into the begging stages of both programs. Spelling and handwriting are the basic components of transcription that has a key significance in writing developmental processes. At the early stages of writing development they are the basic skills, enabling transcription of the ideas into written text. With practice spelling and handwriting become automatic. Handwriting also contributes to the compositional fluency and quality of the writer. Transcription skills are also essential for reading. As well oral language and reading uniquely contribute to writing compositions. Thus, all these language activities are closely connected having reciprocal relationships. This explains why children are taught to read and write in…show more content…
There are different styles and techniques of learning. Their use depends on the abilities, preferences and circumstances. The visual learning style includes pictures, graphics and images, when the information is received through spatial understanding. There are also those with strong read and write preference, who comprehend best through words, reading them or writing them. The auditory style involves sounds, speech and music, focusing on aural content. The material is understood with the means of listening and speaking. Kinesthetic or tactical learners need a tactile representation of information. Each of the styles has its strengths and weaknesses. Learning new information people rarely use only one style. Usually a mixture of them is engaged in the learning process. One of the styles can be dominant, but the use of others depends on circumstances, and the learner can master them all. That is why the teacher must incorporate different means of providing information for every kind of learner if possible. Also someone prefers to learn alone, while other works better in groups. This either should be taken into
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