Being fluent in more than one language is certainly beneficial. So, do you wish to raise a child who is bilingual? Here are some tips to enhance the learning process.
By Amrita Gracias
Speaking a universal language is certainly advantageous. But, is it enough to be fluent in just one language in a multicultural world? In fact, in many parts of the world, knowledge of a second language has now become a priority.
Also, several research studies have shown that being bilingual has several advantages. It has been found that children with bilingual abilities have better academic and analytical skills. The ability to switch between two languages also helps improve multitasking skills. In addition to this, being familiar with or fluent in more than one language enables a child to understand and become acquainted with different cultures. Besides all these, good knowledge of a second language boosts career prospects as well.
With so many advantages to be gained from becoming bilingual, wouldn’t you want to know how to raise a bilingual child? Here are some tips to help you raise a bilingual child -
Although the process of teaching your child a second language might seem like a long-drawn process, do keep in mind the several benefits of being bilingual. At times, your child might not display as much enthusiasm or any interest in learning another language, but don’t give up. Your perseverance will most certainly pay off.
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