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Title: Foreign Language Learning at Early Age; Is it Really Urgent?
Authors: Liando, Nihta V. F
Ratu, Donal M
Seke, Wiesje
Keywords: FLL, young learner, early age, affordable education.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Universitas Negeri Manado
Series/Report no.: GCES 2018 Proceeding;
Abstract: This presentation discusses issues on children learning a language or languages other than their mother tongue. Although there has been much research done, there are differences in opinions and still a great deal remains to be understood. This paper tries to examine this issue from various perspectives. For instance, whether there is a particular stage a language is better learnt or not; this is very much debatable since there are two contradictive arguments. The discussion about learning of language other than mother tongue which, referred to as age-related issues will be followed by discussing more specifically the issue of learning a foreign language at an early age. Then this paper will also elaborate learning a foreign language at an early age from psycholinguistic, socio-linguistic and pedagogic arguments. Furthermore, this paper will put forward arguments in regards to affordability of implementing foreign language learning at early age.
URI: http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/276
ISBN: 978-623-90906-0-9
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