What's the Difference? A Focus on Dual Language Learning


Both parents and teachers marvel at children’s ability to acquire language – a complex undertaking that most youngsters seem to do with ease. Although the process of transitioning between one’s native or home language and the language of instruction used in schools (usually English) can involve challenges, being bilingual is advantageous in our global society and should be valued.

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  • Resource Topic: English Language Learners, Support Services
  • Source: SERC
  • Year of Publication: 2012
  • Resource Type: file: .PDF