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Presentation of Bilingualism in Preschools in Gjakova and Prizren

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  • Sindorela Doli Kryeziu

    (University of Gjakova, Faculty of Education, Professor of Albanian language, Kosovo)

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Through this paper it will be supported that the argument of child development can be stimulated, encouraged and accelerated through appropriate techniques for a healthy growth and development. The aim of this study is to research the impact that the teaching of two foreign languages has to do with the narrative skills of pre-school children. Also it will be discussed the global impact as an important factor for young parents in order to teach them in a slang form to their children as well. During this paper it will be presented the research which is done in the pre-school age group, by including the influence of the social and psychological system, where from this year the English Language as a foreign language has been incorporated. It will be noted that development can occur spontaneously as a result of maturity, which is the controlled growing the genetically process. Also, on the other hand, it is influenced by the appropriate practices of well-being and lifestyle that can encourage and accelerate, as well as inadequate practices and life forms that may hinder or slow it down. This paper focuses on linguistic development as a dimension of the cognitive sphere. In addition it will be precisely elaborated in the context of this combined approach between nature and welfare, by emphasizing the idea that the development of children can be stimulated, encouraged and accelerated through appropriate healthy growth techniques.

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  • Sindorela Doli Kryeziu, 2018. "Presentation of Bilingualism in Preschools in Gjakova and Prizren," European Journal of Education, European Center for Science Education and Research, vol. 1, EJED Janu.
  • Handle: RePEc:eur:ejedjr:9
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