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Perspectives by Mind Map: Perspectives

1. Behaviorist Perspective states children learn through nurture. Children learn through the people they associate with. They learn language skills by watching and listening to the people around them. The theorists for this theory is John Locke.

2. Cognitive Perspective states that language development occurs as the child matures. Nature plays a role in the language development according to the cognitive perspective. Children use objects they are exposed to in order to develop their language skills. The theorists for cognitive perspective is Jean Piaget.

3. Interactionist Perspective states children learn language through communication. Children develop language naturally, without much effort. Bloom and Tucker are researchers for this perspective. Vygotsky is a theorists for this perspective. According to this perspective, children do not always rely on other people to learn language skills. They learn them naturally.

4. Nativist Perspective states children are born with the ability to develop language. Children are born to develop their culture's language. Learning language skills comes naturally to children under this perspective. Linguist Noam Chomsky is the theorist for this perspective.

4.1. Behaviorist Perspective states children learn through nurture. Children learn through the people they associate with. They learn language skills by watching and listening to the people around them. The theorists for this theory is John Locke.