Month: March 2023

The Six Stages of Language Development in Children: A Comprehensive Guide

“Rather than books and lectures, nature itself is children’s best teacher.” – Coffey The stages of language development in children are an important area of study for linguists and child development experts alike. While every child develops at their own pace, there are six general stages of language development that many children go through. 1. Pre-linguistic stage: This stage occurs from birth to approximately 12 months of age. During this stage, infants communicate through nonverbal means such as crying, facial expressions, and body language. They also begin to make cooing and babbling sounds as they experiment with their vocal...

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March 12th – Childhood And Adolescence

Register For the Online Japanese Event For many of us, childhood is a time of carefree play and exploration. We spend hours running through fields, climbing trees, and building forts. We make friends easily, share our toys freely, and see the world as a place of endless adventure. Our imaginations run wild, and we believe that anything is possible. But childhood is also a time of learning and growth. We learn to read, write, and count. We discover new interests and hobbies. We learn to navigate the complex social world around us, and we develop the skills we need to succeed in life. Our childhood experiences lay the foundation for our future, shaping our beliefs, values, and aspirations. Let’s revisit our childhood and learn Japanese remembering it. First question, what did you want to be when you were a child? 子供の頃の夢は何でしたか? Kodomo no koro no yume wa nandeshitaka? What was your dream when you were a child? (Like what you wanted to be when you grow up? etc…) Optional: Share a picture of when you were a kid! 子供の頃の写真をシェアしてください。 Kodomo no koro no shashin o shea shite kudasai! Share a picture of when you were a child. Other discussion questions 昔の自分にアドバイスができたら、どんなアドバイスをしますか? Mukashi no jibun ni adobaisu ga dekitara, donna adobaisu o shimasuka? If you could give your childhood self advice, what would you tell them?   子供の頃よく勉強をしましたか? Kodomo no...

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