It is exciting that we learn more about speech and expression from our parents. It is usually exciting and prudent to exhibit parental characteristics in every aspect of life. It is exciting that you are your parents holds in the real life. It is also exciting that the social life of a child depends on his or her engagement with parents and therefore, children who find it important to engage well with their parents will get it smooth to communicate effectively hence their IQ increases (Hart, 2011 p. 112).
It is worrying that the class difference amongst people is depicted on children at an early age. Depending on various social status levels of their families show differences in their linguistics. Children from upper social economic status families show exhibit higher quality communication skills. Children from poorer social economic status families show poor communication skills (Hart, 2011 p. 132). This worries me in that the difference and the negative stereotyping associated with social economic status of individuals is extended to children thus it will pass from generations to generations. My worry is on the unfortunate poor groups of children who by accident found themselves born of poor parents. Their life will always be poor.
It is my utmost desire and need to know how well will children from poor families be assisted at least to have them compete with others effectively as they are disadvantaged. More so is to understand how the various initiatives claiming to assist in eradicating poverty are considerate about this effect of social economic differences in children learning and development.
Teenage early experience is highly critical to their development. Children from poor families are more discouraged than encouraged about their pursuant of life dreams. It is therefore, important for socialists and researchers to advocate for ways of harnessing this bias.
Hart, Betty, and Todd R. Risley. Meaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience of Young American Children. Baltimore, Md: P.H. Brookes, 2011. Print.