Linquistic (Word Smart) is the capacity to use words effectively, whether orally ( e.g. as a storyteller,orator,or politician)orin writing ( e.g.as a poet,playwright, editor or journalist). Most teaching today is geared to the expectation that children absorb information by listening, reading, speaking, and writing. From the babbling of infancy to the toddler's simple sentences, the ability to use language and words continues to grow throughout early childhood. Whether written or
spoken, it develops with sensitivity to the order and rhythm of words. The learning environment should include a language-and print-rich classroom with opportunities for reading, writing, speaking, and creative writing. Children who are accomplished in verbal-linquistic abilities enjoy reading , writing, telling stories, playing word games, and communicating effectively.
Verbally/Linguistically talented children:
· Speak and read clearly
· Have accelerated literacy skills in stories, poems, drama, and writing
· Use advanced vocabulary
· Employ longer and more advanced sentence structures ( may use words like however and although )
· Make up elaborate, coherent stores and fantasies
· Describe experiences with unusual depth and accuracy
· Memorize and recite stories and poems
· Prefer books with more words and plot than pictures
· May be bilingual or interested in learning a second language
· Are interested in language in its many forms
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