Your child may become equally fluent in both languages provided there are opportunities for your child to learn, practice and interact in both languages. While IMS will provide your child with formal opportunities to learn the second language, parental support is equally important. You should encourage and validate your child’s efforts and achievements in both languages, and provide stimulating materials for your child to read and listen to in both languages. You should also participate in cultural events to support the understanding of the second language.
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Posted by IMSweb on December 30th, 2009