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I wonder if there is a point where emphasizing the language skills on to a young child may actually have a negative impact on their socialization?

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    Wouldn't that depend upon which language skills were being emphasized?

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    The language skills I am referring to are, the learning-theory approach, nativst approach and the interactionist approach are the language skills being emphasized.

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    I don't know of any negatives in these approaches.

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    It would depend on how the language skills were emphasized. Is punishment involved? Modeling?

    I also agree with Ms.Sue. Writing, reading or oral skills?

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