The Acquistion, Development and Use of Language and Gestures in Monolingual and Bilingual Toddlers.
The main aim of this research was to assess whether there were any significant differences between the language and gesture use in toddlers depending on whether they were bilingual or monolingual.
The use of the WinG tool to create our data and the use of Excel and SPSS allowed us to analyse our data to see if the findings we had were significant.
Overall our data was significant and it was found that bilignual children use more gestures than monolingual children but monolingual children have a better vocabulary.
For this research project i achieved a very high 2:1 classification.