Posted by Anonymous on Monday, September 24, 2007 at 8:42pm.
Can you help me with this question?
Please tell me if I have chosen the most appropriate answer.
1. It has been recommended that
teachers encourage limited-English
A. speak their native language at home.
B. only speak English in the home.
C. speak both languages equally at home.
D. communicate with the children in
English and each other in the
My text states:
"Reading books aloud in both languages
is encouraged.Edwards, Fear,and Gallege,
(1995)advise preschool practitioners
not to suggest that limited-English
speaking parents speak English at home".
If I am understanding my text correctly,
(A)speak their native language at home.
Is this the best answer?
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