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    private tutorial to a boy in 2 year old

    I am going to conduct a private tutorial to a boy in 2 year old. He can recognise the letters from A to Z but not able to talk much even in his mother tongue. Any suggestion of the curriculum, technique, ways of teaching? I don't know what & how should I start up with in that one-hour session.

    Your kind reply will be very much appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    Re: private tutorial to a boy in 2 year old

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    I am going to give a private tutorial to a 2 year old boy . He can recognise the letters from A to Z but is not able to talk much, even in his mother tongue. Do you have any suggestions for the curriculum, technique, ways of teaching? I don't know what & how should I start in that one-hour session.

    Your kind reply will be very much appreciated.

    Thank you.
    In my opinion he is too young.

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    Re: private tutorial to a boy in 2 year old

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    In my opinion he is too young.
    I agree.

    My four-year old Czech honorary grandson is gradually picking up some English, but that's a result of spending several hours with me one day a week. I play with him and talk to him in English (I cannot hold conversations in Czech) and he generally gets the idea of what I am saying, frequently with the help of gesture and mime, but I have made no attempt until recently to teach him. By the time he was three, he could sing a couple of English nursery rhymes, but understand what they mean only because I show him pictures. I have recently started 'teaching' him the English names of everyday things, and he seems happy to say them.

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