Same, Different, and Diverse: Understanding Children Who Are Dual Language Learners

Same, Different, and Diverse: Understanding Children Who Are Dual Language Learners

The Office of Head Start, National Center on Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness, recently published a synthesis brief entitled Same, Different, and Diverse: Understanding Children Who Are Dual Language Learners. This brief highlights the similarities among ALL young children (those who are learning one or several languages), differences between children growing up with one language and children who are dual language learners (DLLs), and diversity among children who are DLLs (e.g., individual differences of temperament, interests, etc.).

 

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