In general, there are two ways in which children may learn a second language: simultaneously or sequentially (McLaughlin et al., 1995; Tabors, 2008).

How Children Learn a Second Language

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"primary research project at the moment looks at discrimination of free phonetic variants in American English and its effect on infant word recognition"

"primary research project at the moment looks at discrimination of free phonetic variants in American English and its effect on infant word recognition"

We believe that the child's educational experience should encompass social, emotional, and imaginative aspects of life in concert with intellectual development. Further, we are concerned that schools and other institutions be developed as communities that attend to the interests and needs of children from diverse backgrounds.

We believe that the child's educational experience should encompass social, emotional, and imaginative aspects of life in concert with intellectual development. Further, we are concerned that schools and other institutions be developed as communities that attend to the interests and needs of children from diverse backgrounds.

Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington

Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington

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