Tuesday, April 27, 2021 – 17:32 | Last Updated: 27 04 2021 – 17:32
A study conducted in the UK revealed that the measures taken as part of the fight against the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) negatively affected children’s language and speech skills, and this would have long-term effects on the learning process.
According to the study, the measures taken as part of the fight against the epidemic deprive young children of social communication and the experiences necessary to increase their vocabulary.
The decline in speaking ability will have long-term effects on the learning process.
76 percent of respondents stated that students who started school in September 2020 needed more support than those who started in previous years, while 96 percent said they were worried about students’ speech and language development.
On the other hand, 56 percent of the families surveyed said they were worried about their children restarting school after the spring and summer quarantine.