Curs engleza cu Barry (vorbitor nativ)pt 1-3 ani - Miercuri 10:30

copii 1-3ani

Prin acest curs vom expune copiii mici la limba engleza impreuna cu Barry, vorbitor nativ de limba engleza. Ne vom juca si vom canta, ne vom simti bine impreuna si astfel vom invata limba engleza. 


Cand: In fiecare Miercuri ora 10:30
Durata: 50min
Cost: 250lei abonament 4 sedinte sau 75lei/copil/sedinta 
Numar maxim de participanti: 10 copii (grupa se formeaza cu minimum 7 copii

Mesajul lui Barry catre voi: 

Teach your child a second language!

Why are so many families jumping on the bilingual bandwagon? In our increasingly global world, parents realise that their children will benefit from knowing more than one language.

Exposing your child to a second language will help them learn about other cultures. Research has shown that bilinguals tend to be more creative thinkers than those who speak just one language.

The best time to teach your child a second language is at the same time he or she is learning their first one.Children this age are developing language skills rapidly, and they quickly absorb whatever they hear.They can learn to understand new words in two different languages at an incredibly fast rate.


Start now! Two (doi) (2) and Three (trei) (3) year-olds are not only increasing their vocabularies, they're starting to recognize the speech patterns they've been hearing since birth. The earlier you introduce a second language, the easier it will be for your child to pick up its unique sounds. The ability to hear different phonetic pronunciations is sharpest before the age of 5, and we lose the capacity to hear and produce certain sounds if we aren't exposed to them early on.

The best way for a child to learn to understand a new language is for him to hear people speaking it fluently. Choose a language that is spoken on a television show your child can watch regularly, or one that is offered in classes or playgroups. Small ones love to mimic what they hear, and soon they'll begin to understand the meanings of short words and phrases.

Teach one word at a time. You can introduce bilingual basics by pointing out to your child that objects can have two names - one in each language. They will get to know that they mean the same thing. As your child learns new words, tell them what they're called in a second language too.

Have reasonable expectations. Of course, a child won't learn to speak another language fluently from hearing words, watching videos, or singing songs. But simply being exposed to a language will help them understand phrases when they hear them. So even though you probably won't be having an English conversation with your child very soon, if you say "Good night" every night at bedtime, they'll figure out what you mean.

The only way a child can truly master a second language is if they are frequently around someone who speaks it fluently. BUT Expect minor mix-ups. It's natural for a child to confuse the word order or use words from both languages in the same sentence; however they'll quickly learn to separate the languages.

Don't underestimate their progress. Even though many people think learning two languages causes speech delays, that is not the case. Your little one might say fewer words than other children their age, but if you add in the words they know in their second language, their total number of words will probably be more than that of their peers.

This is exactly where I come into it. I teach the parents and they teach their children. Sounds simple right? It is! However, this concept is not being used nearly enough. By just being around a native speaker your child will be exposed to conversations and they'll begin to pick up the sounds and the natural accent. You as the parent will also be corrected on any miss pronunciations and will sharpen your own language skills. We shall read short stories that can be read by yourself at home and learn all the common objects that appear at home and out and about.  





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