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Child Development There are many facets to child development. From birth, a child is constantly learning new skills that fall into categories, such as motor, sensory, mental, social or emotional development. Understanding the basics of this process can be very beneficial for teachers. I will provide a brief overview of each of these stages to simply better demonstrate the importance of monitoring childhood development, but then this concept of child development will be examined specifically as it pertains to second language education. The main goal in the infancy stage deals with motor skills. From about 3 months on, they start doing things such as holding their head up to sitting up and rolling over. (Remer Altmann and Academy, 13) From about 9 months to a year, they are focused on learning to crawl and walk. At about a year, babies start responding to simple commands, which demonstrates increased sensory skills, such as the ability to listen and comprehend. From age 2-4, sensory development continues, with children being able to recognize images, listen and respond to questions and show enthusiasm when a story is read to them. By age 5, children should be able to take part appropriately in conversations. (Remer Altmann and Academy, 72-23) At around age 5 or 6, children begin