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compare different examples of how strategies and targets have been used to support children and young people with speech, language and communication
Promoting speech, language and communication for young children is not just about actions for individual children, or even individual families. [ It is about changing the way communities view speech, language and communication and changing the social and community context within which children develop ...........Language is key to the development of children’s thinking. The Early
Years Foundation Stage outlines how the development of language for thinking enables children to understand meanings conveyed in speech, and to share their feelings, experiences and thoughts. Talk is used to reflect, to connect ideas, explain and 9 anticipate. It promotes organisation, sequencing and clarification of thinking, ideas, feelings and events. Language enables children to imagine and recreate roles and experiences. ........... ]
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