Kształtowanie kompetencji komunikacyjnych u dzieci najmłodszych – język nianiek
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
W:Kształcenie kompetencji w biegu życia człowieka. (red.) Joanna Aksman, Stanisław Nieciuński. Kraków: Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2013, s. 27-38.
The environment in which child’s language develops is home and the closest surroundings. People who a child the most often interact with have the strongest infl uence on the development of child’s linguistic system and language competence. By baby language we understand the peculiarities of child’s speech imitated and preserved by adults, especially parents, baby minders and older siblings. Babies language can have positive and negative consequences for developing communication competence of a child. Both from the perspective of linguistics and psychology babies language is a natural way of communication, however, too long use of this language can pose a threat to a child, which leads to impending the development of child’s self-confi dence, limiting social contacts through unenabling social interactions diff erent from those existing in a family environment. Another consequence can be child’s speech defects caused by speech distortion, the occurrance of substitutions and elisions, and the reduction of consonants, which leads to disorders in communication competence.
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