Hearing parents feel that they have to take on the role of language teacher instead of language facilitator to encourage Speech in their child
They tend to talk at their children and not to them.
They produces more utterances on what their doing and fail to respond to the child’s behaviors.
They tend to speak on comments that are unrelated to what the child is focusing on keep the child’s topics the established going.
They spend more time disciplining the child's negative behaviors rather then rewarding their positive one.
In the end this results in fewer positive child and parent Interactions and more negative conversational exchanges.