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Daily conversations

Daily conversations are a key starting point for working with children's language development. It is important that the conversations always match the current competencies of the individual child, and that different forms of conversation are organised and structured to cater for the needs and prerequisites of each child.

When the supportive language strategies are included in all everyday communicative situations, either in connection with play, during meals or any other activity, the child's language competencies are stimulated. By constantly focusing on how you talk with children, and how children talk with each other, you create a solid foundation for a language-stimulating environment.

The Language Package singles out a number of language strategies which, in different ways, support and stimulate language development. The strategies can be integrated in all conversations related to daily activities and tasks and serve as inspiration for each parent.
The Language Package offers the following supportive language strategies:

  1. Follow the child's interests
  2. Use open questions
  3. Wait for the child's answer
  4. Interpret and expand on what the child is saying
  5. Help the child verbalise
  6. Explain unfamiliar words to the child
  7. Relate to something familiar to the child
  8. Use the child's existing language competencies
  9. Do not correct the child's errors directly
  10. Play with language, whenever possible

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Daily life conversations (supportive language strategies) – visual text

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Follow the child's interests

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Use open questions

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Interpret and expand on what the child is saying

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Help the child verbalise

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Explain unfamiliar words to the child

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Relate to something familiar to the child

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Do not correct the child's errors directly

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Play with language, whenever possible

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