Hissha stands for Hearty, Intelligent, Scrupulous, Sophisticated, Hilarious, and Art-minded. Hissha is from Japanese means writer. Paragraph Writing Class - English Learning and Teaching 2012 - State University of Malang

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The other exciting moment is hearing your child’s first word. To understand your child’s talk or language, it develops in three periods, three of which are age 0-6 months, 6-12 months, and 12-18 months. At age 0-6 months, your child will cry to express many kinds of feelings or to say something. For example, he will cry if he is hungry, wet, sick, cold, and so on. In other cases, a child not only cries to express something, but also makes noises or babbles. They also start to recognize and look for familiar voices and sounds. You can nurture your child’s language skills, when a child babbles and gurgles, you should respond to it with the same sounds. Always talk when you dress, feed, bath, or play with them. Sing simple songs and play soft music to make them more comfortable and more attracted. A child at the age 6-12 months has many typical language skills. A child starts to babble to call something or somebody, such as “Ma-ma” or “Pa-pa”. He responds to his name and understands name of some familiar objects. You can teach your child their name and names of familiar objects, like chair, book, or table. At this age, children show interest to pictures so you can show them, a story book which has exciting or educational pictures, or children’s magazines. They also pay attention to conversations. If you are aware, they will look and listen to what other people say. So, talk to them about what you are doing, like “I am cooking right now, cooking soup. Do you want some?” Therefore, do not leave your child alone in silence. Maybe you need other suggestions to nurture your child, you can also sing a song together or play peek-a-boo. At age 12-18 months, a child starts to know one by one their family members. You can introduce the family members’ names or other people, also familiar objects like chairs or table, and body parts, such as hair, forehead, nose, and so on. At this age, they start to talk and imitate something, you can teach familiar sounds, like a cat’s “Me-ow”, or a dog’s “Bark”. They start to be more curious and they pay more attentions to what people are talking. Teach them what to say when they meet people or greetings, such “Hi” or “Bye-Bye”. When they look at pictures, they identify what is the content of the picture itself. So you can make them a scrapbook with bright pictures of familiar objects around, such as people, flowers, and bird. In a nut shell, we can follow, know, and treat children better, because as a parent, you are your child’s first teacher. Therefore, you can teach and raise your child to nurture your child’s dream.



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