Create a timeline or a chart that includes at least 10 significant milestones that define students' primary and secondary language acquisition from birth to 18 years.
Include a description of how sociocultural factors can affect achievement of milestones of first and second language acquisition.
Compare first and second language acquisition.
Whether learning English or German the consensus among scientists is that humans possess a biological clock that necessitates acquiring language within the critical ages of two and thirteen, a time preordained by human nature. Therefore, language whether First or Second acquisition follows the same patter up until the age of around ten. In this Timeline I will outline the different stages beginning at age 1 up until age 10 for native language learners and outline the different milestones that second language learners endure to acquire their chosen second language.
Age 1: Infants begin to assign specific meanings to the sounds they produce, which represents a major leap forward from babbling because they have naming insight thus are capable of recognizing that things have names
Age 2: Toddlers enter the two-word stage wherein they use phrases that are no more than two words at a time but around the end of their second year of life experience rapid vocabulary ascension. This ...
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