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It is common for children who speak a different language at home to face some challenges in understanding and learning a new language in a classroom setting. This is because learning a new language requires not only learning new vocabulary and grammar, but also being able to listen to and comprehend spoken language, and to produce spoken language in a way that is understandable to others.
There are several factors that can contribute to challenges for children who are learning a new language in the classroom:
- Lack of prior exposure to the language: Children who have not had much exposure to the new language may have a harder time understanding and learning it, because they do not have a foundation of familiar words and phrases to build upon.
- Difficulty understanding spoken language: Children who are not fluent in the language being spoken in the classroom may have difficulty following along with lectures and discussions, because they are not able to understand the words and sentences being used.
- Difficulty producing spoken language: Children who are not fluent in the new language may also have difficulty speaking it, because they do not yet have the vocabulary and grammar skills to express themselves effectively.
To help children who are learning a new language in the classroom, it can be helpful to provide additional support and instruction, such as language tutoring, language immersion programs, or language-specific materials and resources. It can also be helpful to provide accommodation, such as using visual aids or providing translations, to help children better understand and participate in class.