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ECE 353 Week 4 Discussions 2 Relationships Between Cognitive, Language, And Motor Development
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Relationships Between Cognitive, Language, and Motor Development. Cognitive, language, and motor skills are often thought to be closely interrelated developmental areas, because as children develop in these domains, they appear to demonstrate correlated developmental pathways. For this discussion you will need to choose one age group from the chart below and review all three videos for the age group you choose. After watching Pollack’s (n.d.) videos, address the points listed below. Before responding to this discussion, review the Week Four Instructor Guidance for additional information, resources, and support. 

 Developmental Age 

Videos to Watch

Two Year Olds

Age 2 Cognitive Development Milestones

Age 2 Language Milestones

Age 2 Motor Development Milestones

Four Year Olds

Age 4 Cognitive Development Milestones

Age 4 Language Milestones

Age 4 Motor Development Milestones

Six and Seven Year Olds

Age 6 & Age 7 Cognitive Development Milestones

Age 6 & Age 7 Language Development Milestones

Age 6 & Age 7 Motor Development Milestones 

·         a) Explain the cognitive, linguistic, and motor milestones for this particular age group.

·         b)  Discuss the connection and/or relationship between cognitive, language, and motor skills and the areas of the brain associated with language and motor functioning. Support your discussion with at least one additional scholarly source.

·         c)  Give an example of how you might see this relationship inside and/or outside of the classroom. Make sure your example addresses the connection between each domain.

·         d)  Discuss how you can apply a strategy in the classroom or in a professional setting that incorporates and utilizes these three developmental skills. 

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