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´╗┐Preschool English Learners Principles and Practices to Promote Language, Literacy, and Learning A Resource Guide, Second Edition Published by the California Department of Education (2009)

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Chapter 4: Paths to Bilingualism

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Paths to Bilingualism Observing and listening Observing with aim Telegraphic discourse Formulaic discourse Fluid utilization of English DVD: A World Full of Language

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DVD: A World Full of Language: Supporting Preschool English Language Learners Paths to Bilingualism

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DVD: A World Full of Language: Supporting Preschool English Language Learners Paths to Bilingualism

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DVD: A World Full of Language: Supporting Preschool English Language Learners Strategies for Support Honor the home dialect Create an atmosphere of having a place Provide platforms Focus on the kid's advantages Encourage peer bolster

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Paths to Bilingualism Simultaneous : applies to youngsters who learn two dialects similarly through presentation to and visit chances to talk both dialects Early stage ( 0-3 years ): dominance of the segments of dialect Middle stage (3-4 years) : authority of sound frameworks, utilization of inquiries, ready to have discussions Later stage (5-6 years) : expanding unpredictability of dialect heard and comprehended

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Paths to Bilingualism Successive : Applies to kids who are taking in their second dialect after a first dialect has been built up. Responsive : Applies to youngsters (and grown-ups) who have been presented to listening to a moment dialect however not to utilizing it.

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Simultaneous Path to Bilingualism

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Simultaneous Path to Bilingualism

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Simultaneous Path to Bilingualism

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Principles and Practices 4 Language advancement and learning are advanced when preschool educators and kids inventively and intuitively utilize dialect. Draw kids into discussions however much as could reasonably be expected by investigating the importance of their thoughts. Be a decent audience and advance the kids' discussion by grinning, gesturing, and saying "gee," "truly," and so forth Respond to what the kids have said by demonstrating that you comprehend and provoke more discourse

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Principles and Practices 4 Encourage kids to pretend and take part in expanded dialect exercises with each other. Give the kids a chance to discuss their sentiments. Demonstrate this practice by imparting your sentiments to them. Demonstrate dialect by playing impersonation diversions in which the youngster needs to do or say what the grown-up or manikin says. It is critical to talk obviously and to demonstrate fitting dialect for the kids.

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Principles and Practices 4 Use manikins and wool board stories to urge kids to take an interest orally. Urge youngsters to bring objects from home that can be portrayed and discussed at school. Along these lines new vocabulary can be attached to the youngsters' encounters. Verbalize what you are doing as you complete exercises. On the off chance that the movement is dull, rehash your verbal portrayal. This approach helps the kid interface dialect to the action.

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Functions of Language

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