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Young Learners Development in Learning Foreign Language

By Tlb

Young learners to learn English at Language School is a smart idea for parents to chew over their children. As early as 7 years old, this is a better head start for them to commence their interest in learning a 2nd language. The chance to be trained and educated in a foreign language with collaborative agreements of parents and schools can help eager students to build confidence with their peers on a parallel level.


Young learners: School Uniform

By Kathy Smart-Preston, via Wikimedia Commons


If you can’t afford to send your child in a language school abroad, there’s no need to force yourself, because whether he or she is to study English, or Italian, or learn German abroad, otherwise within your local area, the whole process of learning will depend on the level of your child’s interest and of course to the accentuation of the teaching and learning procedures.

Consequently, in order to promote a winning foreign language demonstration to young learners, the learning-focused approach, though in a non-immersion classroom setting, the age-related cognitive development and encouragement to put forth on the course must importantly balanced. In addition, task demands of the teachers with a back up to set a comprehensible language goals able to take full advantage of young language learners’ success.

How about the collaboration of these 2 tools in teaching foreign language?


  • Language Learning Software – with an increasing popularity, wherein a student can learn anytime in front of their computer to support their studies. This type of Software has incredible opportunities, designed comprehensively in various language programs.
  • Audio and Video – is a handy tool to distinguish exact pronunciation. Young students are ideal with CD audio in every level, or a reading material found in the video tool for supplemental methods.


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