One of my artic
les has been recently published by Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal Vol 6(1), pp. 71-86, (2008).
The study looked at 234 Spanish-speaking bilingual preschoolers from pre-k to 1st grade. We wanted to predict whether skills they learned in preschool impacted their academic reading skills in 1st grade. Our results say YES! English vocabulary, English recalling skills, Spanish vocabulary and Spanish word reading skills all significantly Australia contributed to the children ability online casino to read in 1st grade casino. SO WHAT does this mean?
Don't let the Spanish go in exchange for English. The more they know in Spanish the more they know in English and the less problems in school, home and the community. Be proud!!!
To access the article and read more details on the study please visit their website at www.ldwo
Claudia is the Endowed Joan Wieler Arno 49 Professor at Lasell University. She is currently a full professor of education and chair of the Education Program. Claudia has been a teacher, researcher, consultant, and professor of special education.