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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Child Language Development 
Language is a multipurpose instrument used to communicate in an unbelievable number of different things. The foundation for learning language begins before birth by the baby listening and recognizing its  mother’s heartbeat and voice in the womb. At age of zero, or right after born, a baby cries, the baby does that to show that the baby begins to develop communication skills by crying to express their wants and needs to their caregivers. There are pain or discomfort cries, anger cries, and hunger cries to define how the baby feels. Babies begin to learn language skills pretty quickly by listening and interacting with their caregivers (mother, father, other relatives, and babysitters). After reaching age of five months, baby will begin their language journey by using their tongue, lips, palate, and, teeth to make sounds. At about six to nine months the child is starting to make new language with their babbling (baa, blaa, boo and just like that) with active vocalization. A baby begins to be aware of the language being used in their environments. Adult and child interaction at this stage is important for effective child language development. After eight months of age most infants will continue to babble, but they will also be able to shout to attract attention. A child begins to repeat and intimate caregivers and strangers around them. At about nine to twelve months old the child advances to the second stage of language development called Holophase stage (one-word stage). Babies begin to use one or more words with meaning. Common first words for a child are verbs and nouns, usually people, objects, and what they want in their surroundings. Some common words are papa, mama, etc. At the very end, up to about 6 months of age, babies can recognize all the sounds that make up all the languages in the world. It is suggested that the materialization of language is the result of imitation and reinforcement. In brief, language development is linked to cognitive development that, in turn, depends on the development of the brain, on physical and perceptual abilities, and on experiences. Talking is important for children, because complexity of what children say influences the complexity of other people’s response.


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