Language Development Interview. Two Pages APA style (in addition to the title page and reference page). Due on 9/22/2014 @ 15:00 PM CST
Identify five questions that you could ask someone with preschool experience about how they support language acquisition for the stages of development in the classroom. Document the interview. You can record the interview (with permission) or you can write your questions and answers.Analyze the provided answers using your knowledge gained, the textbook, and at least one other resource to substantiate or refute their answers. You can provide elaboration for or against their responses further strengthening your own understanding. Summarize and explain three ways you will meet the needs of children in this stage to support their language development using the provided answers and your knowledge.
Option 2Identify five questions that you may be asked in a future interview regarding how you will support language acquisition for the stages of development in your future professional role. Document the interview. You can record a mock interview or you can write your questions/answers.Analyze your own answers using your knowledge gained and information from the textbook and at least one other resource to substantiate your writing.Summarize and explain three ways you will meet the needs of children in a developmental stage of your choice to support their language development using your knowledge of language acquisition.
The interview can be submitted as a video, an audio recording, or a Microsoft Word document (which would be two to three pages in length). You will also submit a one- to two-page Microsoft Word document (in addition to the title page and reference page) with your developmental level selected and elaboration of three ways you can meet the needs of the children in this developmental stage. Please support your ideas with information from the textbook and at least one other outside resource. Your paper must be written in APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and include at least one scholarly resources in addition to the course text.