Non-native bilingualism: development of a bilingual baby

All about non-native bilingualism: the best strategy, challenges, first words, sentences, speech development of a bilingual baby based on my experience with my daughter:

 

– supporting the minority language (English in our case)

FIRST CONTACT WITH A FOREIGN LANGUAGE – IN MUMMY’S TUMMY

ON TEACHING MATHS IN TWO LANGUAGES

HOW TO ENCOURAGE A BABY TO SPEAK A MINORITY LANGUAGE

 

– speech development of a bilingual baby whose upbringing is supported with the Doman method: 

 BABY AT 1-11 MONTHS: FIRST WORDS, HOW MUCH DOES A BABY UNDERSTAND  

 BABY AT 12-13 MONTHS: MORE WORDS

BABY AT 14 MONTHS: EVEN MORE WORDS

BABY AT 15 MONTHS: A MIXTURE OF “CHINESE,” POLISH AND ENGLISH

BABY AT 17 MONTHS: FIRST SENTENCES 

BABY AT 18 MONTHS: SUMMARY OF A SPEECH DEVELOPMENT (WORD COUNT)

 

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I have created a Facebook group for parents doing Doman as I haven’t found any. This is just the beginning but I hope there will be more and more of us soon and that we will share our experience with one another.