The organs of the newborn voice trainer are not yet capable of forming speech sounds. The gaze needs to get over the right position, the lips and tongue muscles need to move, the baby has to learn how to deal with the air.The result of complex brain activity is speech
In addition to the voice and hearing organs, there is a need for a motor that activates and coordinates the function of these organs. This complex, complex task is performed by the brain.
The human brain is not symmetrical. The left brain is slightly larger than the right one. Here you will find the centers of language, speech comprehension and application. So let's say this is the "talking", while the right is the "speaking".
The two brains evolve in another. The left lobe of the "talkative" is differentiated sooner, and its development is first completed. In children - for hormonal reasons - this development is faster, which is why they are "tanners". The difference in speech between boys and girls is largely offset by adolescence.
No section can be skipped
The stages of speech development follow each other in a certain order, but there is a great difference between young children in how long it takes to reach the next level.
The newborn can only cry, but in the short term the mother can make a difference whether it is a sickness, a pain, or just a bored baby. At the age of five or six weeks, the baby will cheer on the family with sweet voices, and will soon realize that he or she can catch his or her attention. When they talk a lot, two months old you are already listening to familiar faces and responding with a different tone.
Just before the onset of the gluttonous period, he is able to form a few vowels (a, i, u). These voices are pronounced in different voices, expressing their unhappiness or just awfulness.
Infants interpret intonation well before words. - You crap! - say to the baby, and he laughs happily, because our voice is kind and sympathetic to the content.
Nearly three months later, he adds to the vowel sounds a second one that is randomly formed during the movement of the baby's lips, tongue.
During the glow period, which begins at five months, the baby produces much more sound than the mother tongue. The opposite is also a natural phenomenon: when you say meaningful words, but they are missed by sounds that you have been able to capture during the months of gloom.
Words slowly turn into sentences
When we ask a mother what her baby's first word was, she doesn't always know the answer. What they say is often just glamorous, but sometimes you dare not call it the special tone you just wrote.
Songs used by a child can be considered words when they convey meaning. From the age of eight months onwards, we can observe a combination of two limbs: today, ba, which adults need to interpret and confirm: Yes, this is Mom, here you are, baby. The baby connects the baby to the situation and, when the baby says a tune, gets the baby. Two acronyms gain meaning.
Adults also try to adapt to the child's vocabulary and use special words when speaking to the child. These are the so-called nurse words that the baby lovingly repeats: pope, priest, daddy, pipi.
The one-year-old child has done more and more of what we tell him. You know what gender means, the peeping toy smiles wistfully on the shawl, hands on tapsi-tapsin. Another shows the requested game every year, and is also familiar with some colorful pictures.
The first names are so-called sentences, because the child expresses a whole situation with us, without having to put or console more than one. For example, in different situations of the autopsy, it is pronounced with another voice and the adult can then interpret what the child wants to express.
A calm, descending car melody means: This is an car. Same way: I hear a car is coming. Suppressed pronunciation: The wheel of the car has been dropped.
The adult who survives the situation with the child will do the right thing if he or she speaks the full sentence instead: Yes, this is an aut, I see, the wheel has dropped.
The child also answers with a statement. The father sees his little girl trying to open the box and asks, "Help me?" The child's answer: Today. Meaning: It's better for mom to open it.
During sentences, we can find little action in the child's arrogance. Rather, it uses the verbally initial member, the verb: out = let go, down = dropped, = rolled away, gone.
Telegrams to be deciphered
There are toddlers who use only twenty-five at the age of two, some who are two hundred. When you learn a new word, you do not know the full meaning of it: either it is too narrow or it is used too much. It connects words, but the suffixes (horns, signs) are still missing. She speaks in a tabloid style, but the order of the sentence often corresponds to the adult version. Teddy bear inside = I put the teddy bear in the car.
Language elements are not used simultaneously by children, but the order is the same. First, the subject's rag appears, followed by the ba-in rag, (which also replaces the ban in rag), and then the expression of possession: the shape of the father, mine, my hands, my ears.
A two-year-old child still mixes verbs and may use some of the other grammatical elements, but they are natural features of development. Other shoes, paddle, monkey, I don't go out, trolley bus, sweat. Among the adjectives, it names a few physical attributes (cold), color (red, yellow).
Between two and three years of age, the most fluid development in a child's speech can be observed. This is when sentences appearing in many different ways, largely in accordance with the language rules. He understands the language more and more, learns new words, rhythmic verses. A new tool for learning and practicing new language elements is mentoring. Most of the child mimics words and phrases that are not completely unknown to them.
By the time he reaches his adult age, the toddler is constantly talking, talking and asking questions. He makes mistakes, perhaps his pronunciation is not perfect, but he uses speech in a good, creative way, and acquires age-appropriate speech behavior.
Of course, development continues in speech and language in all areas, but the fundamentals are solid at the end of high school.
The child learns to speak
The baby's first word will probably be Dad or Mom, maybe the very first day you light a candle on your first birthday cake. From then on, she sheds two or three new kills every month. By two years of age, he is able to spell words without difficulty, and he has almost two hundred words.
What can we do to promote speech learning?
- Let's talk to him!
- Get a picture book and rhymes in our free games!
- Listen to your inquiry and ask for it.
- Don't get used to it, so learn the correct pronunciation of words faster!
- Let's talk better and simpler: Put the car at stake! - it makes sense easier than that: Try to put this beautiful red car on that green cube!
Mom must speak correctly!
- Many times we are alive with the tools that attract the baby's attention: let's face it, bend over to it!
- Let's talk with a lot more volume and more colorful sound!
- Pronounce words slower, more subdued!
- Use words that you assume your child knows!
- Let's give birth to his name multiple times!
- Formulate short and simple sentences!
- Pay attention if the child wants to communicate something!
- In order for a toddler to learn to speak, a loving affectionate relationship is indispensable in addition to biological skills.
- The voices gradually evolve and clear, and at the age of four, the hardest voice, r, also flips.
- If family members imitate misspelled words because the little one is so cute, they make mistakes.
First word: NO?
During the second year of life, a small child progresses very smoothly in speech development. The first birthday is expected to be the first conscious and pronounced word, but linguistic development is continuous from the beginning. The baby is deaf, with less healing to his "environment" than with his words. mother and father say first. They are both sentences. Dad can mean he is here, but he is gone. simple sentences with what the little one wanted to say. rises until the second birthday. We don't have to worry about our baby he uses an eating chair, but he monitors the events of his surroundings as he expresses himself with his face, movement, and hunch.
Do you understand what we are saying?
Toddlers start talking at quite different times. It is understandable that by then they will understand almost everything we say. Few people think that the emergence of spoken words well precedes the era when small numbers of syllables can form. It is also noticeable in babies aged eight to nine that many things are understood by the words of adults. When parents talk, they are infused with the little curiosity that they hear. It unintentionally accentuates the linguistic system of rules that are necessary for the creation of correct sentences. And the awkwardness is the unpleasant surprises! When little things begin to use the dumb expressions you hear at home almost at the same time as the first words, or when a slight slight note is said to be related to a relative, you should not be angry with them. They are not intended to be a deliberate storm, they are purely linguistic in their repetition of what they have heard. There is still a lot of room for improvement in the understanding of the content, the use of speech and psychological factors. But let's not forget that little things are worth remembering and telling, so telling a poem is worthwhile for the little baby, this is the best essence of language development.