Role of culture in language development Student’s name Institutional affiliation Course Instructor’s name Date of submission Introduction As research shows language development proceeds up through an ordinary process of learning. It is through this that young children acquire the different forms and the accurate meaning of words. In this article it will discuss the entire theoretical framework for language development in young children. It produces the recent studies of language development in young children and at the end; it looks on the advantages which are brought up by speaking different languages in the development of infants (Weiner Lerner Easterbrooks & Mistry 2013). Theoretical framework for language development in children Starting with the nativist theory which was discussed by Noam Chomsky he moves on and argues that language is an exceptional human achievement. He discusses that nearly all the young children within the society comprises of an innate language acquisition they are used up in communicating up to several languages and most of the infants are aware of different cultures (Carlson&Meltzoff 2008) Conclusion The role of culture in language development is important as it helps young infants to be in position to learn new things. It also assist then in learning and understanding different languages throughout their life cycle hence leading to interaction with other communities as they know how to communicate with them freely without any challenge. Through the theories which I have discussed about they explain how language is developed in young children between the ages of 12-24 months of old and how they copy what their caregivers are doing. They are able to understand and differentiate a lot of things as time moves on and as they grow up. Finally it explains well the benefists of a child learning more languages in his or her life. [...]
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