Parents' Educational Involvement: A Developmental Ecology Perspective. By: Seginer, Rachel. Parenting: Science & Practice. Jan-Mar2006, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p1-48. 48p
Communication, Language and Literacy from birth to five www.sagepub.com/upm-data/21820_C01.pdf
How does the child care's medium of communication and instruction impact upon child's interacting abilities if parents interact with child using their mother tongue at home? Bronfenbrenner's social ecological model.
The child and his or her care in regard to how they learn language is predicated upon how the parents interact with their children at home using mediums of communication and instruction that are employed by the parents. To understand how this impacts the learning of language for children ranging from infancy to age 5, YOU must first have knowledge about how children acquire language. Children acquire language by interacting with others by interaction within their immediate environments based off of the mother tongue of their parents. Children respond to the sounds, sentences, and experiences expressed by parents, family, and other providers of care who speak in their native tongue. Children must listen, imitate, absorb, and finally practice the language once these actions have occurred.
Babies can even attempt to make sense of their mother's tongue when they are exposed to these languages consistently and they gradually acquire the capability to learn to reproduce sounds and words that are spoken in their mother tongue. The scientific consensus is that ...
The solution discusses the child care's medium of communication and instruction.