EventsWorking with Young Dual Language Learners: Deconstructing the Myths, Applying the Research and Exploring the Benefits (English) [online]

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Working with Young Dual Language Learners: Deconstructing the Myths, Applying the Research and Exploring the Benefits (English) [online]

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Cedar Mill Library

Description

This Set 2 session provides an overview of the current research on working with young dual language learners. Come explore the realities and myths of second language learning. Focus will include the benefits of bilingualism, how to support home language development and an examination of school readiness data for dual language learners.

Set 2, CKC: 3 hours (1.5 hours DIV & 1.5 hours HGD), Age Group: PS & SA

Trainer: Dawn Hendricks

Brought to you by Beaverton City Library, Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries, Community Action Child Care Resource & Referral, and Washington County Cooperative Library Services.

Suitable for:
Adults
Type:
Class/Workshop
Language:
English

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