Language and Vocabulary Development

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Language and Vocabulary Development by Mind Map: Language and Vocabulary Development

1. Language Development and Reading

2. Theory and Research on How Children Acquire Language

2.1. The Behaviorist Theory

2.2. The Nativist Therory

2.3. Piagetian and Vygotskian Theories

2.4. The Constructivist Theory

3. Halliday's Theory of Language Development

3.1. Functions of Language

3.1.1. Instrumental

3.1.2. Reguatory

3.1.3. Interactional

3.1.4. Personal

3.1.5. Heuristic

3.1.6. Imaginative

3.1.7. Informative

4. Brain Development and language and LIteracy Development From Birth to Age3

5. Stages in Language Development

5.1. Birth to 1

5.2. Age 1 to 2

5.3. Age 2 to 3

5.4. Age 3 to 4

5.5. Age 5 to 6

5.6. Age 7 to 8

6. Helping English Language Learners in Your Classroom

7. Strategies for Language Development

7.1. Birth to Age 2

7.1.1. Surround Infants with sound

7.1.2. Surround Infants With Sensory Objects

7.1.3. Scaffolding to help Language Development

7.1.4. Provide New Experiences

7.2. Classroom Materials/subjects

7.2.1. Science

7.2.2. Social Studies

7.2.3. Art

7.2.4. Music

7.2.5. Mathmatics

7.2.6. Literacy

7.2.7. Dramatic Play

7.2.8. Block Area

7.2.9. Workbench

7.2.10. Outdoor Play

7.3. Thematic Units

7.3.1. Discussions

7.3.2. Word Lists

7.3.3. `Pictures

7.3.4. Sharing Time(Show and Tell)

7.3.5. Experimens

7.3.6. Art

7.3.7. Music

7.3.8. Food Prepersatiom

7.3.9. Dramatic Play

7.3.10. Outdoor Play

7.3.11. Morning Message

7.3.12. Class Trips

7.3.13. Read Stories

7.3.14. Class Trips

7.3.15. Read Stories

7.3.16. Create Stories

7.3.17. Retell Stories

7.3.18. Very Own Vocabulary Stories

7.3.19. Word Walls

7.3.20. Word Walls

7.3.21. Summary Of the Day

7.4. Childrens Literature

7.4.1. Craft

7.4.2. Wordless

7.4.3. Concept

7.4.4. Realistic

7.4.5. Poetry

8. Formats for Promoting Language and Vocabulary Development in The class room

8.1. Informal Conversations with out the teacher

8.1.1. Aestetic Talk

8.1.2. Efferent Talk

8.1.3. Dramatic Activities

9. Assessment of Childrens Language Development

9.1. Checklists

9.2. Anecdotal records

9.3. Audio and Video taping

9.4. Standardized Language Assessment

9.4.1. The Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test

9.4.2. Teacher Rating Oral Language and Literacy

9.4.3. Woodcock-Johnson III NU Tests of Achievment