Estimulación Temprana Auditiva Como Base Para El Desarrollo Del Lenguaje Infantil

Translated title of the contribution: Early Auditory Stimulation as a Basis for Infant Language Development

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Abstract

Auditory stimulation is essential for the development of language and communication, the mastery of the mother tongue is directly related to the development of cognitive processes, consciousness, interpersonal relationships and other spheres of personality. By stimulating phonemic perception in early childhood, it is possible to prevent future alterations in the acquisition of reading and writing processes. In studies that precede this work the stage of lactation until the five years of age is identified as the sensitive period for the development of the language and the communication, guaranteeing the correct apprehension of the phonemes and own signs of the language the bases are created for the cognitive development during the process of learning. The study has a descriptive scope. The importance of auditory stimulation and phonemic perception as a basis for cognitive development in early childhood is highlighted by characterizing the work of the Baby Place Institute in Guayaquil; the extent to which early auditory stimulation contributes to the development of language in the children who receive it is assessed. The work processes the results of different techniques for collecting information that evidences the parents' perception of the auditory stimulation received by the children in this institute. Information is given to the community about the benefits of early stimulation for later childhood learning.
Translated title of the contributionEarly Auditory Stimulation as a Basis for Infant Language Development
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
JournalRevista Caribeña De Las Ciencias Sociales
StatePublished - 2 Apr 2018

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