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By the age of three, children with high SES (Anm.: SES = Socioeconomic status) know many more words than children with low SES ...

„By the age of three, children with high SES (Anm.: SES = Socioeconomic status) know many more words than children with low SES. […] Three-year-old children from low SES families may hear up to 30 million fewer words than their high SES counterparts. They also found that 86-98 % of the words used by three-year-old children were derived from their parents’ vocabularies.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Educational Opportunity for All“ (2017), S. 63