Impact of mothers' education on early vocabulary development of Bangla speaking preschool children
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This research is about the impact of mothers' education on early vocabulary development of Bangla speaking preschool Children. This research is focusing on the children's first language acquisition and the impact of different SES factors in it. In Bangladeshi socioeconomic condition, this study is aimed to reveal the importance of mothers' education for the linguistic development of children. It has been hypothesized from the previous study that mothers might have some influences on the educational development of children. Through the research questions the correlation between mothers' educational background and children's' Bangla vocabulary development and how it has been influenced are going to be investigated in Bangladeshi context in this paper. In Bangladesh, Children's linguistic development and the impact of mothers' educational background on it may differ from the other western countries in the worlds as they differ in their SES factors. In this study, the participants are total 44 children and their mothers where 21 are girls and 23 are boys of 2 years to above four years age. The data from this participants are through interview questionnaire, demographic questionnaire and Bangla CDI list created by prior observations of these child. Then the correlation study has been conducted to get the significance of these two factors by controlling the age and gender of the children. The result has been discussed and some pattern how mothers' education might influence children's linguistic development have been established through observative study. It is anticipated from the previous study which had been conducted on non Bangla speaking children in most of the western countries that the result of this recent study might reveals the positive relation between mothers' educational background and children's Bangla vocabulary development in Bangladeshi context and it also revels the positive correlations though there are intervention of many other SES factors.