Lesson 9.2 Review and Assessment
Using their senses and reflexes, what can newborns learn?
List three major perceptual concepts that infants learn in the first year.
Explain the difference between perceptual concepts and relationship concepts.
Describe the brain-wiring sequence for language.
Why is it important to talk with babies before they can talk?
List the following skills in the order of their occurrence: protowords, cooing, marginal babbling, crying, reduplication babbling, nonreduplicated babbling, and real words.
Based on the intellectual milestones that children might achieve in the first year, describe the intellectual level of a typical eight-month-old.
Give an example of each of the following concepts: object constancy, object concept, spatial concepts, number sense, physical concepts, and relationship concepts.
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