“Oral Language is the child’s first, most important, and most frequently used structured 

medium of communication. It is the primary means through which each individual child will
be enabled to structure, to evaluate, to describe and to control his/her experience. In
addition, and most significantly, oral language is the primary mediator of culture, the way in
which children locate themselves in the world, and define themselves with it and within it”
(Cregan, 1998, as cited in Archer, Cregan, McGough, Shiel, 2012)

 

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