How Children Learn to Talk
Wednesday 17th, 24th, 31st January, 7th and 21st February 2024
7.00pm to 8.30pm
This is a free online course using Zoom. Participants will be required to use Zoom.
To develop your understanding of how babies learn to talk
- Describe the stages of spoken language development
- List and define grammar terms relevant to a child’s development
- List and define vocabulary terms relevant to a child’s development
- List and define phonology terms relevant to a child’s development
- Identify a range of ‘virtuous errors’ children commonly make
About the Course: Get an overview of how babies and toddlers learn to talk including the stages they develop through and all the normal, common errors that make them say the funniest things! The course will take place online on Zoom with our friendly tutor.
Who is this course for: Perfect for parents, those currently working with young children or those who are hoping to in the future.
Previous Knowledge or Experience: This course is suitable for beginners, no previous knowledge required
How will I learn: Through a variety of group work, individual tasks, videos, discussions and other interactive exercises.
How will I be assessed: Informal assessment will be carried out through observation of interactive activities, contribution during the sessions and completion of tasks. The tutor will give you regular feedback to help you achieve your goals.
What shall I bring: please bring a note book and pen.
Next Steps: Preparing your Child for School, How Children learn to Read and Write, onsite family/parenting courses at your local library
Attendance is expected at each session to ensure that you get the most out of your learning experience and to minimise disruption for other learners. Please advise the venue/tutor of any absence you may have.
Participants will be required to use Zoom. No account is required
Not sure how to use Zoom? Check out these helpful videos: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206175806
This course is aimed at Hampshire residents aged 19+ Attendance is expected at each session to ensure that you get the most out of your learning experience and to minimise disruption for other learners. Please advise the venue/tutor of any absence you may have.
You will be contacted by a member of the learning in Libraries team prior to the course. We are unable to process your booking without a phone number.
If this event is sold out please contact learningInLibraries@hants.gov.uk so that we can inform you of any future courses.
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