Learning Strategies In Bilingual Education

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Bilingualism is the ability to use two or more different languages. Bilingual education is the use of two different languages in classroom instruction. In this education; two or more languages are presented to the students. Different programs and models are used in this education. These programs are often classified as transitional, developmental, or two-way bilingual education, depending on the program’s methods and goals. However, bilingual education faces many challenges while its historical process and so many different strategies are developed instead of classical methods for learners. These are different ways to increase achievement levels of students and develop their relationship with their languages. This research aims to shows that; there are many strategies to develop learning when context and individual differences are used as base in the bilingual education.

Learning Strategies in Bilingual Education
Bilingualism is the ability to use two or more different languages. Languages are learned most promptly during the preschool years. Therefore, children growing up in bilingual homes. Throughout much of the world, bilingualism is not only a term related to children but also for adults. Because without parents contribution, it is cannot mention about a bilingual child. Before this awareness many parents miss the growing bilingual child oppurtunity. “ In the past, immigrants in the United States used English in their homes as soon as possible. In the

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