We know that the way in which words are presented will affect how children learn them. Some words refer to amazing and exciting things (chocolate, birthday, santa!!), but some refer to things that we
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Amy Bidgood was awarded a LuCiD travel grant to visit the ANU Language Lab in Canberra and work with experts conducting research on children's play. She describes her experiences in this blog.
Parent and baby classes are increasingly popular, and the choice greater than ever. But given that these classes are often expensive, do they deliver any of the benefits they claim to? Find out more..
In her latest blog post for Cambridge Extra, Dr Katie Alcock describes her research on child language development in Kenya. Language acquisition research in low-income countries is relatively sparse…
Prof Padraic Monaghan will lead a free online training session on how children learn words and how to best support the early stages of language acquisition as part of Pearson's #SLTLearn. The webinar
In order to understand a language, we need to learn to spot the individual words it contains, and we need to figure out whether these words are following any particular sets of rules. This is…