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Georgianna Duarte & Greta Freeman

In: The SAGE Handbook of Outdoor Play and Learning

Chapter 24: Multilingual Development and Outdoor Play

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Multilingual Development and Outdoor Play
Multilingual Development and Outdoor Play
Georgianna Duarte Greta Freeman
INTRODUCTION

The world of early childhood is a multilingual population that circles the globe. For children with more than one language, it is an environmental platform of rich opportunities to use the home language, discover other languages, and discriminate, combine and create new languages in play. When children and youth have a command of more than one language, it allows them rich opportunities to engage in relationships, socialization opportunities and learning experiences. The tongues of many multilingual children clearly shift when they are allowed to choose which language they use, tailoring to their social and educational ...

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