The Mother Language And Arabic Teaching As A Pre-School Foreign Language
Language learning at an early age is achieved by learning the mother language first. Language can be learned in the age of kindergarten through acquisition, not education. Two or more languages can be learned through acquisition with the native language. This allows the language to be learned permanently and without accent. This is mainly through speaking and listening. Reading and writing take place at later stages. The learning of the foreign language in the early childhood does not affect the linguistic development of the children, as some believe, but rather the early learning of language contributes the brain development. In this context, this study focuses on the importance of teaching foreign languages in kindergartens and provides a day school curriculum that teaches Arabic. In addition, a mini-questionnaire provides parents views on this education.
Arabic, Child, Pre-School, Kindergarden, Foreign Language