These are; English language culture and their home language culture. This makes the students face problems while learning English as their second language. In other situations, they are not considered as lacking special need but need to have an additional language from what they already know (Baker 2011).
The language used in teaching these bilingual children, at times is difficult for them to construct ideas and understand the concepts. Bilingual students learn in different ways, and they use different teaching resources and instruction. It was found that learning materials should be made for all kinds of students; all learning strategies and not just the teachers’ style of teaching (Berninger 2001).Most of the teachers want to ensure that they teach English to the children in such a way that the process of teaching goes a long with the children development and learning needs. This essay will give a description and analysis of the bilinguals children at Heathfield Junior School educational context.
The socio-economic environment and of the school's situation of bilingual children
Baker (2011) argues that teachers have problems identifying, instructional materials that can be used in teaching the second language children. ...Show more