Tag Archive: children & education

Bilingual Erziheung Of Children

Saith the father the mother german, Polish – both want to bring “their” language and culture to your child – father speaks bilingualism, a bigger world for your child the mother german, Polish and both want their their offspring”type language and culture along the way. Bilingualism is usually not a problem and it will give your offspring a more educational and cross-cultural views. In our modern world an advantage in many ways, because is the internationalization in our subsequent generations play an increasingly important role. Your child’s learning ability will be normally no obstacle for a bilingual education. Already before the birth should the parents about some rules of bilingual education agree, and then consistently enforce these rules: first mother and father should agree in principle about, that the child should grow up bilingual. This includes both each other respect the culture and the language.

Clarify that with the still Persons living in your family, such as the grandparents and larger siblings. Only then, your child will learn accept both languages on an equal footing. Secondly, be aware that a toddler will build always a communication corresponding to the environment. This means you a language Division must set, associated with a particular environment. There are various possibilities: Mama speaks a language, dad and grandparents the second language, and that regardless of where and with whom else is, or you can define a family language and environment language that is means E.g. at home spoken outside of Polish and German. Regardless of the situation, in which the family resides, almost always a language will have stronger influence on the child than the other. Parents should accept as normal that a language more fluent (spoken, read, written) is than the others.

Too much pressure can easily be made excessive claims, in rejection of a language turn. Many parents therefore move the reading and writing learning the weaker language on later to get the education in the stronger language doesn’t get in the way. Parents can also decide to move to a principle on the other. The principle of “one person, one language” works, mostly very well, if the parent who speaks the weaker language, spends significant amount of time with the child. This balance is disturbed, for example because the child in the school, attached might, that also the other parent goes to the weaker language and to the family language becomes. Approximately from the sixth year of life, you may think other partitions on one. (Not to be confused with Estee Lauder!). For example, a language always on vacation is spoken, or on the weekend, or getting in the car, etc. It is important to select a principle with which the parents feel good and that seems natural to them. Also the parents will soon realize what works and what does not, and the Division of language to their own personal situation vote. Unavoidable deviations (at the doctor’s Office or with teachers, if monolingual playmates come to visit or when a conversation that took place in the other language being discussed) there is of course always and should be handled flexibly. A note to complete: Your child and bilingualism is not show number! Not ask it, to make their language skills before other show (and excuses it to even well-meaning teachers and teachers). Depending on the “normal” you make it appear your child that it speaks two languages, the more joy will have it. (Christine Merkel / Ralf Thomas)

Parents Educators

Welcome to Robby BBs world. With her new book and learning guide, Fiona wants to browse there parents and educators provide easily to bring closer to the English language children for parents who wish to allow their children a better start in life, and for educators who want to promote the natural inclination of treasure – and kindergarten children, has English coach Fiona Stober her book welcome to Robby BBs world written. The newly released learning guide gives parents and educators a simple language learning methodology, as they can bring children from the second year of life English in a fun way. Robby, a hand puppet is in the Center. With a funny looking hand-puppet, whose Mund should be moveable, learning and practicing falls children much easier”, explains the native English. The puppet that gets a life of its own and becomes the playmates of the children. And this is important, because children otherwise quickly refusing in practice, so that the parents give up.

With fun learning, sustainable success, however, is to achieve. Thereby, it is irrelevant what kind of hand-puppet is used. To practice entertaining exercises with Robby, is easy for the children. Robby not only ensures the identification with the English language? Together is sung, played, laughed and messing. Fiona BBs Stober book contains about a variety of English nursery rhymes, games and songs, as well as child-friendly illustrations. Language comprehension and vocabulary of a child to be actively promoted through fun vocabulary games.

The exercises are guided to the world of experience and interests of children. So the children, for example, in the grocery game that plays like every child, in addition to vocabulary learning a lot about social behavior. The exercises expand on this way”the world of a child, which is important for the later development, explains the author of uberlingen. The early intervention in infancy also ensures that children are later able, more foreign languages to learn easier and faster. To use, I recommend is the natural inclination in the so-called early learning window of the child therefore all parents as early language learning also promotes the entire intellectual development, so Fiona Stober. Welcome to Robby BBs world offers parents or educators in addition to a clear, simple guide and coloring the backgrounds of early childhood language education. With the children, only basic knowledge of the English language are required for practice on the part of the parents or educators. The complementary picture book Robby is on the farm through online booksellers or directly from the author, Fiona Stober, available. On their website, is the author in addition interested more tips and suggestions. The author, Fiona BSc (HonSs) DipM-Stober, experienced educator, was born in England in 1972 and lives in Germany since 1994. She raised her children bilingually and teaches that parents and educators in addition to her English coaching, successful as they include the English language in the daily lives of their children.

Educate Your Child Multilingual!

Did you know why you should educate your child multilingual world most people speak more than one language, and Germany as a country where a language is mainly spoken, rather an exception? In times of globalization and immigration, but increasingly in this country, we find families where more than one language is spoken. Usually, it is families who immigrated in Germany, in addition to their mother tongue German as a foreign language learn and speak or bi-national marriages where the spouses each speak a native language other. The best time is actually already from birth to learn a foreign language until approximately the sixth year of life. During this time the children learn by imitation and so it is easy to learn yet another language for them in addition to the mother tongue. You may wondering what the advantages of a multilingual education of your child with it himself. In addition to the unique advantage that is your child able to speak more than one language, the multilingual education has also a positive effect the confidence on future professional prospects, the ability to travel abroad and to live. Also, numerous studies have shown that the analytical and social skills as well as reading and writing skills improve, if you grow up with multiple languages.

Take advantage of these benefits by you educate your child multilingual. Even if they come from a single family, you can educate your child multilingual by sending it in a multilingual kindergarten. Because I come from a bi-national family and grew up with the languages German and English, I can only recommend a multilingual education and confirm the above mentioned benefits. My son is lucky to be educated, because my husband and I are a binational couple and each of us speaks a different native language also multilingual.