Re: Teaching English to Spanish native children
I taught an eight-year-old boy in Spain but he could of course already read and write and I was really only employed for his speaking and listening practice. I agre with Tdol, though, that you should be led by what is happening in her Spanish education. As soon as she is learning the alphabet and some basic reading, I would say that's the perfect time to teach her the alphabet in English too. That would be the closest you'll get to helping her to be bilingual as she will be learning both languages alongside each other. Of course, if you only teach her for a brief period each week, her Spanish will be much better but I think the earlier the better for the whole lot - reading, writing and speaking.
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