Understanding the thoughts, feelings, desires, and needs communicated by others through verbal and non-verbal elements.
an understanding of the spoken and written word.
Understanding of what is being communicated.
The ability to understand or comprehend language.
the ability to understand other's language.
The understanding of spoken and written communication, as well as gestures.
Language spoken or written by others that is received by the individual. The receptive language skills are listening and reading.
Words and gestures conveying meaning that a learner understands, although he or she might not yet be able to generate those words and gestures.
Decoding spoken words and sentences requiring discrimination among sounds, interpretation of what is heard, and assignment of meaning to words and sentences.
The act of understanding that which is said, written or signed.
Listening and reading, as opposed to expressive language, which includes speaking and writing.
The aspect of spoken language that includes listening, and the aspect of written language that includes reading.
Listening and reading understanding, and comprehension of nonverbal behaviours.
The ability to understand the communication of others through language, signs, or symbols, written or spoken.
The process of receiving and understanding written, gestured, or spoken language.
Includes the skills involved in understanding language.
The processing of language, as in listening and reading.
The ability of the child to understand language that is presented to him/her.
understanding or interpretation of messages
A child's ability to understand spoken, written or visual communication.
Relates to the receiving and understanding of information (eg., word recognition, auditory discrimination).
Capacities involved in understanding the thoughts, feelings, desires, and needs of others. This includes the ability to interpret both verbal and nonverbal information from others.
the ability to understand spoken language
The process of receiving and understanding a message through language is called receptive language.
the process of receiving and understanding language (spoken, written, gestures)
Language that is spoken or written by others and received by the learner; listening and reading.
The words, sentences, and phrases that a person understands when others are speaking to them. Young children generally have a higher level of receptive language than expressive language.
A person's understanding of the language of others.
The ability to understand spoken and written communication as well as gestures.
Ability to comprehend spoken speech.