The Impact of the Animated Children's Program of Baby TV on the Handled Government-Language Development of the Child

Müller Mirella, Johann Schwarz, Logopäd

Abstract


Speech disorders are in almost all speech pathology accompanied by a symptom. They usually occur during speech development. Baby. First TV describes itself as a provider of shows 'designed to inspire a baby's learning'. However, if a child is presented to a continental strangling program that does not serve the mother tongue, it can have a lot of difficulty in shaping the language of her speech and not understanding the words and sentences of her parents and the environment. The subjects in this study carried out the following diagnostic tests: pedagogical-psychological examination, logaoedic examination, and neurological examination. The results research shows that besides the worse results on non-verbal intelligence tests, children who were exposed to the influence of Baby-TV from their 2 to 4-year-olds have achieved worse results on nonverbal tests as well as children whose parents included the Baby-TV program of 9 months to the gosling of the day. They say the worst German letters such as ß, R, Ö, Ä, Ü and do not associate German spoken words with the environment. The aim of this research was to examine the negative influence of BABY TV on the speech of children with age child, sex, nonverbal, verbal abilities, and development scale of understanding speech. The ability to speak and understand speech in relation to Reynell was also explored development scale of speech. Average and below-average values were obtained.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v9n3p118

 

World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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