The Role of Gesture in Verbal Communication
Słowa kluczowelanguage, communication, verbal communication, gesture, language acquisition, learning processes, speech-gesture mismatches
The paper focuses on the role of speech-gesture mismatches in both reading and producing verbal messages in different age groups. Starting from the review of ideas as to why human communication is so much different from the communication of other animals, it continues to show the role of gesture in relation to language acquisition and conveying meaning by children. The article also focuses on the way in which linguistic and non-linguistic information is represented and it deals with the subject of changes in reading gesture-based Communications in different age groups. Focusing mainly on speech-gesture mismatches, this paper expresses the importance of gesture in language development, learning and finally, understanding information conveyed by speech in adults and elders.
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