How speaking and listening skills help in personal development?

Added on -2021-02-20

Listening and speaking are the topics of this report. In addition, the report examines the factors that determine the variation in language use in children, demonstrating knowledge and ability to compare theories. The report also discusses the cultural, ethical, and socioeconomic backgrounds of the children. Language learning requires both speaking and listening skills. Listening and speaking are related to adapting language to the situation. Moreover, it serves as a tool for communication and as a supplement to learning. Get the following document to get all about how speaking and listening skills help in personal development.

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SPEAKING ANDLISTENING (LEVEL 5)
INTRODUCTIONSpeaking and listening both are the fundamental skills of language learning. This is aboutadapting language that suits up the situation and that linking to listening and speaking.Additionally, this termed out as tool for communication and act as supplementary in learningprocess. This both skills cannot be separated from each other. On the other hand, it can be statedthat listening is defined as an action of the verb listening while speaking termed out as ability tocommunicate in any particular language. Henceforth, it can be stated that speech, language andcommunication that have developmental needs (Aitchison, 2007). In addition to it, speech defined as the actual sound of spoken language. Therefore,language deals with meaning. Moreover, language is a broad term that defines how personcommunicates their wants and needs. In addition to this, this is defined as an expression ofhuman communication through which knowledge, belief and behaviour. I CAN is the childrencommunication charitable firm that works to improve wellbeing of such kids those who aresuffering from language problems. The mission of organisation is that no child must be left outdue to their speaking or understanding problems.The present report is based on topic of listening and speaking. Furthermore, report hascovered as demonstrating knowledge and ability to compare theories and develop spokenlanguage, analysing the factors that determines the variation in language use in children. Lastly,report includes number of theories as cultural, ethical and socio economic background of thechildren. MAIN BODY1.Language can be termed out as primary method of human action. Therefore, it isinclusive of components as verbal and non verbal. Henceforth, there are number of languagedevelopment theories that defined in following manner as are-Behavioural theory- Under this, behaviourist believes that language is something that can beobserved and measured. As per his views, languages rules are not essential while speaking. Inaddition to it, the mental state of knowledge is not based on language. It is defined asconditioning that occurs by interacting with environment. Additionally, knowledge is mentalstate and structure of language that makes it’s a change. It is one of the effective terms that shapechild language. According to the view of Brock & Rankin, (2008) stated with function of1
speaking word the language can be improved. It is the effective term that shapes the childlanguage rather than rules of knowledge. Therefore, language rich development aids children toachieve success in communication. Thus, behaviourist approach defined as to criticize for nottaking into account and this may influence on learning of child. Practitioners are required toprovide their full support to such kinds those who are suffering from language or understandingissues, by giving them right help their skills can be developed.Nativity linguistic theories- This is defined as theory that hold the children to learn throughnatural ability to arrange the laws of language that cannot be fully utilise the talent without thepresence of other humans. As per the view of Browne, (2001) stated out that language widelyconsidered as completely cultural experience based on human action. It is biological basedtheory that argued that human are pre-programmed with innate ability to develop language. Asper the view of Corden (2000) stated that that can be utilise it defines the natural ability that aidsto organise the laws of language. Progress checker is the great tool that helps in analysing orevaluating progress of child. By this way parents can measure whether kid has improved hislistening, talking capabilities or not.Additionally, this also states that language is inherent, physiologically determined andgenetically transmitted. This is teaching method that assumes children in class can participate tohave powerful grasp of their mother tongue. In contrary to Lust, Anderson & Bresnan, (2006)stated that this theory argues that caregivers do not teach but rather they give feedback to correctutterance of child. In this it is believed that language is universal and unique to humans.Therefore, language can be acquired from different mental and physical limitations to acquirelanguage. Teachers plays significant role in overall development of children. Teacher analysesissues in kids related to language and speech and advice their parents to take care of theirchildren. Teachers provide supportive environment to the kids so that their self-confidence canbe build up and they try to work on their communication problems. Teachers have to providetheir best support to kids so that their language issues can be resolved soon. Thus, Beneficialaspect of nativity theory are defined in following manner are as- It aids to children in learning that how to combine words, sentences and phrases in orderto improve therapy. This theory provides proper instructions to children to use language effectively indifferent social situations and environment allows them to use appropriate pragmatic2

Based on the above report, it can be concluded that language development is a complex process which starts early in life. Thus, early childhood is characterized by children learning how to communicate through language. As a result, language is an integral part of social interaction in every society, regardless of location and time period. This is a common source of shaping language as it shapes social interaction. This report is based on listening and speaking. As a final point, it also discusses the factors that play a major role in bringing out variations in children's language use. 

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