Cognitive Development Of Children And Relationships

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Cognitive Differences in Young Children and Relationships Cognitive development is an essential aspect to pay attention as we do with physical development, the growth is an internal process and occurs inside of a human brain. In fact, humans can’t see the growth of the brain by the naked eye, but it expresses through variety of types such language and social skill. Also, the research stated that as the child learns his brain grow. However, it is important to know that the environment a child lives in plays a significant role in his cognitive development and may affect him in different ways. The cognitive development of children who are ages 3-5 may be affected by negative or positive ways and depend in the environment that he is in. The home environment is the place that influence on the child development. Indeed, parents play an important role in their child life because a child lives, interacts, grows with them more than other places. The home environment is the primary place that a child comes from. The purpose of this research paper is to find the difference in cognitive development between typical and atypical children who have language delay and lack of social skill due to environmental reasons. Also, this paper intend to find strategies that facilitate to find a way that help a child/infant to develop his ability in social skills and language and prevent or reduce the occurring of delay development because of lack of communication with his loving parent or caregiver . Many aspects that negatively affect the child cognitive development regarding a family or a mother which are poverty/ social income, maternal education/behavior, and a mother characteristics which include maternal believes, warmth, and confidence. These as... ... middle of paper ... ... 2013). Teacher can talk with the infant while she is changing his dipper. Teacher also can sing to the child during the activity. Using consistent names for objects and events, as well as using talk and songs to make routines more predictable, is a great way to familiarize the child with his environment (Cho & Palmer 2008). Fifth, teacher or mother can use Infant Directed Speech and use a few words. This strategy make the child lead and the teacher or care giver inmate him. This strategy helps the infant to increase the frequency of the turn taking, which can be a vehicle for later social interaction that is developmentally appropriate (Cho & Palmer 2008). In summary, the environment factor may affect the child development, but we can reduce the effect of environment in child cognitive development if we advise the parent and help them to improve their situation.
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