Introduction to language development in infants and young children Sequence 1

4 Parts
1. Introduction to typical language development

By: Sima Gerber, Ph.D. C.C.C., 11/24/2013, 0 views 3m 6s duration

Sima Gerber, Ph.D. C.C.C., Professor of Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Linguistics and Communication Disorders of Queens College, City University of New York, will introduce you to the elements of a developmental approach to early communication in young children.
 

2. Language development in Infancy

By: Sima Gerber, Ph.D. C.C.C., 11/24/2013, 0 views 2m 19s duration

Watch the typical rhythms and emerging capacities for shared attention, social referencing and early imitation as one –year- old Fiona takes a bath. How does Fiona take an active part in learning to communicate the contents of her mind to her mother?
 

3. Language development in Toddlerhood

By: Sima Gerber, Ph.D. C.C.C., 11/24/2013, 0 views 2m 59s duration

Sarah, a 24 month old, shows us the verbal and non-verbal communication, and the emerging representational play typical of a toddler. What is the developmental context in which Sarah is learning to communicate?
 

4. Language development in Preschoolers

By: Sima Gerber, Ph.D. C.C.C., 11/24/2013, 0 views 2m 46s duration

Samantha shows us the range of affect, ability to play with language and use of symbols typical of a 3 year old. What aspects of social, cognitive, affective development are contributing to the acquisition of language you see in Samantha’s interactions?