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Language Skills. A study published in the British Journal of Developmental Psychology in 2010 found texting could positively impact reading and language development 1.Contrary to the notion that texting could be detrimental to teen literacy, the study found the use of text-speak, or language specific to text messages, was positively correlated with reading ability.

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To conclude, texting in communication have advantages and disadvantages but we can’t change it because of changing world. More modern technology appear the more we will use. Labels: positive effects for texting; positive effects of texting language

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It is accurate to say that the use of texting impacts teenager’s language skills which in turn can impact our English language. Language Skills: Some researchers have begun exploring how text messaging affects student’s language skills and surprisingly, they find a positive correlation.

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Research published in the British Journal of Developmental Psychology found texting could actually have a positive impact on reading and language development. “Text speak”, the study found ...

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In 2012, researchers found the same link among American undergraduates between texting lingo, which they call “textism,” and measures of reading and spelling. Likewise, in 2008 and 2010, separates studies both confirmed the perversions of English found in text messages flood into young people’s formal application of the language.

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The surprisingly positive power of texting, according to science ... Texting can and should be a positive force in people’s lives, both in terms of emotional and physical health, they say — so ...

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Text messaging is a common method of communication for students: 97 percent of young adults who own a cell phone text on a daily basis. Since young adults send an average of 109.5 text messages a day, it is no surprise that texting slang has found its way into the classroom. The effect of texting on grammar has been highly debated by educators.

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A command of texting seems to indicate a broader facility for language. And these students seem to switch easily between text messaging and Standard English. (The New York Sun, January 23, 2008) Besides, some educators think that whatever can get students to write is a positive influence.

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Texting improves children's spelling and grammar A study finds use of 'text speak' including shortened words and abbreviations can actually improve children's spelling because they sound out words ...

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6 thoughts on “ The Effects Texting has on Communication ” Benjamin R Tuohey December 2, 2016 at 11:23 am. This is a very interesting topic and post. I feel like texting has just made the world we live in a lot different. I just feel that it effects the way people communicate without texting.