By Felicia Dean. Alphabet. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 08:45:43 AM.
It is believed that even though they might not be able to co ordinate well enough to produce speech but they have good hand-eye co ordination. They can be taught baby language and hence might be able to show signs like sleep, eat, more, hug, play, cookie, teddy bear, drink, sleepy etc.The Baby Sign Language is broadly classified into two categories that is the Need based Sign Language and the Highly motivation signs. The need based signs cover all the things that come under the basic needs of a baby.
The advantages of being able to speak more than one language are being studied in new different ways with more specific findings on how multilingualism can help people and the society. One of the key factors in globalization is multilingualism; a country that has familiarity of the languages that people spoke in the society can cater to different ideas and can give people the freedom of different political, economical and even cultural points of view. Multilingualism promotes relations amongst the different linguistic communities. However, it may not always create good harmony in the community but multilingualism helps a community socially.
The Baby sign language was initially developed in the United States of America. It was developed by Linda Acredolo, a professor of psychology at the University of California which is in Davis and by Susan Goodwyn who is also a professor emeritus of psychology at the California State University. They had started research on this subject in the year 1982.In the year 1985 they produced an article in Human development. The article was titled \"Symbolic gesturing in language development: A case study.\"
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