Use a child development textbook to define infant-directed speech or child directed speech. How might it be more difficult for a nonnative speaker of a language to produce infant-directed speech in that language? what would this mean for children’s bilingual experience and its effect on language learning?

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The assignment contains two parts:

1) I will provide the writer with one claim. The writer needs to respond to

one critical thinking question based on discussion of the claim (which will

be provided) PLUS one additional resource (which should be from an

actual/physical textbook) in 1 to 1 1/2 pages.

2) The writer needs to reflect on what they have learned through their

critical thinking in a 50-100 word submission.

Please note the following when preparing the assignment:

1) Writer needs to answer the following questions based on the claim 16 (provided via attachment) AND one published child development textbook ( No website, journal, articles is acceptable! IT SHOULD BE AN ACTUAL PUBLISHED CHILD DEVELOPMENT TEXTBOOK) in 1 1/2 page.
QUESTIONS: Use a child development textbook to define infant-directed speech or child directed speech. How might it be more difficult for a nonnative speaker of a language to produce infant-directed speech in that language? what would this mean for children’s bilingual experience and its effect on language learning?

2) Writer needs to reflect on what they have learned through their critical learning in 50-100 words submission.

No abstract, introduction or conclusion is required for this assignment.

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