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Foreign children take at least 6 years to learn the language used in school
Date:9/21/2011

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For experts, this would involve significant modifications to educational practice so that acquisition of academic knowledge does not depend of linguistic ability. Other countries like Canada, the USA and Australia use teaching methods whereby language does not interfere with academic knowledge.

"In actual fact, this is what bilingual educational has always done. In other words, it schools pupils in a different language to their own based on the notion that the problem is not found in the language but in academic knowledge. Imagine if the linguistic immersion of Spanish-speaking students in Catalonia had failed. We would have a few generations of children without education but that is not the case," concludes Vila.


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Contact: Jos Ignacio Vila Mendiburu
ignasi.vila@udg.edu
34-972-418-254
FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology
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