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Interaction and communication of babies and toddlers
Interaction and communication of babies and toddlers
This chapter will:
  • Discuss the importance of the key person in interactions
  • Look at the typical language development in babies between the ages of one and two years
  • Examine the link between the area of Communication and Language and the role of the practitioners
  • Introduce a table for observing adult interactions

Before commencing our discussion about communication and interaction in a baby room it is pertinent to state what I believe a baby room to be. For the purposes of this chapter a baby room will be the room (or in some nurseries, rooms) that accommodate babies from birth to two years old. Most babies are between nine months and one year when they first access ...

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