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Because much of the research does suggest the definite existence of critical periods of language acquisition, especially in terms of the window of language learning, I feel like these theories contain strong ramifications for learning multiple languages in school and changing how second language instruction happens in our schools today. As a ...
The presence of a critical period of language acquisition is briefly debated.
Critical Period: Lifelong Cognitive Development
Evaluate the argument that the early years are a critical period for lifelong cognitive development.
This is my plan:
2. Cognitive development concerning young children:Piaget, Vygotsky, Bandura
3. Early years-- talk about the family, day care centre (Different forms of provision)
4. Evaluation-what works/doesn't
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