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Supporting Polish children with English Language

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by foresta, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. They are internalising the english language....and spoken language will follow - Check how they speak with each other and if you have concerns about their method of conversation with peers and parents etc .then ask for speech therapist help But remember it takes time to accommodate to a new language BEFORE speaking it[​IMG]
  2. I would use toy telephones. They are really great props for the children to talk to themselves and also to each other. Maybe set up a quiet corner with a big teddy holding one phone and have another phone nearby so the children can phone teddy. If you can put a voice recorder there you will be able to get access to the talk that you don't get to hear if you have an adult nearby.

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