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Journal : Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan

TAHAP PERKEMBANGAN BAHASA ANAK (Tinjauan Neuro-Psikolinguistik) Akhyar, Fitria
Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan Vol 1 (2017): Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian STKIP PGRI Bandar Lampung

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The acquisition of a universal child language include: 1) pre-speech, 2) babbling stage, 3) holophrastic, dan 4) combining worlds. Age benchmark in the development stages of language acquisition in children is very relative. That is, at this stage of development neurobiologinya children are able to pronounce certain sounds. At the end of the process and stages of language acquisition, the child can use and understand a large number of sentences, can engage in conversation and find out about the ongoing written language.
Kemampuan Berbahasa Hubungannya dengan Perkembangan dan Fungsi Otak Akhyar, Fitria
Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan Vol 11 No 1 (2018): Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan
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The function of the right hemisphere is for alertness, recognition of conditions, eye contact, socialization, emotional control, intuition, turn-taking, nonverbal, pragmatic, visiospasial, holistic thinking, art, and creativity. While the left hemisphere function is to speak, read, write, count, and linear-analytical thinking. The process of lateralization or specialization of the hemispheres greatly influences the development of speech (language acquisition). In the process of development, all normal children or experiencing a reasonable growth acquire a language, the first language or the mother tongue in the first years of life. Furthermore, the development of speech and language is an important indicator of childrens progress and are very sensitive to disturbances in the development of other areas, ie, areas of cognitive, sensory-motor, psychological, and emotional. Child language acquisition consists of several stages, i.e.: (1) babbling; (2) one-word stages (holofrastis); (3) two-word phases; and (4) telegraphic speech.
KEMAMPUAN BERBAHASA HUBUNGANNYA DENGAN PERKEMBANGAN DAN FUNGSI OTAK Akhyar, Fitria
Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan Vol 11 No 1 (2018): Lentera
Publisher : LPPM STKIP PGRI Bandar Lampung

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The function of the right hemisphere is for alertness, recognition of conditions, eye contact, socialization, emotional control, intuition, turn-taking, nonverbal, pragmatic, visiospasial, holistic thinking, art, and creativity. While the left hemisphere function is to speak, read, write, count, and linear-analytical thinking. The process of lateralization or specialization of the hemispheres greatly influences the development of speech (language acquisition). In the process of development, all normal children or experiencing a reasonable growth acquire a language, the first language or the mother tongue in the first years of life. Furthermore, the development of speech and language is an important indicator of children's progress and are very sensitive to disturbances in the development of other areas, ie, areas of cognitive, sensory-motor, psychological, and emotional. Child language acquisition consists of several stages, i.e.: (1) babbling; (2) one-word stages (holofrastis); (3) two-word phases; and (4) telegraphic speech.
TAHAP PERKEMBANGAN BAHASA ANAK (Tinjauan Neuro-Psikolinguistik) Akhyar, Fitria
Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan Vol 1 (2017): Lentera
Publisher : LPPM STKIP PGRI Bandar Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (559.938 KB)

Abstract

The acquisition of a universal child language include: 1) pre-speech, 2) babbling stage, 3) holophrastic, dan 4) combining worlds. Age benchmark in the development stages of language acquisition in children is very relative. That is, at this stage of development neurobiologinya children are able to pronounce certain sounds. At the end of the process and stages of language acquisition, the child can use and understand a large number of sentences, can engage in conversation and find out about the ongoing written language.