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by virdi
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Use English that doesn't require them to answer in English


  • If a child is forced to respond in a second language 

    they find difficult, they can become frustrated 

    and disappointed easily. You can use a lot of English 

    with your children that doesn't pressure them to speak.


    Use simple commands, such as 

    "Put on your shoes." "Let's go."

    Or  "Give me the apple, please"


    Give praise, like "Good job!" "Well done!" 

    Or "What a beautiful drawing!"


    Make observations or point things out, 

    "It's cold today!" "Look at the brown dog." 

    Or "This ice cream is yummy."


    Ask basic questions that can be answered 

    through gesture or short answers, such as 

    "Which shirt do you want to wear?" -

     "Do you like spaghetti?" 

    While holding up two shirts to choose from, 

    or "Where are your shoes?"


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by virdi | 2014-03-26 12:23 | English Tips