What is it like to learn a second language? A case study of co-curricular activities for parents and children in early childhood education

Wai Man KWONG, Po Wah CHAN, Lai Ha Freda YUEN

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Abstract

Hong Kong families are increasingly diversified in form, structure, pattern and ethnicity. Working within the context of school improvement project, the authors responded to parents’ concern towards children’s language learning. Copyright © 2004 Common Ground, Wai Man Kwong, Po Wah Chan, Lai Ha Yuen.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)557-565
JournalThe International Journal of Learning
Volume11
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Citation

Kwong, W. M., Chan, P. W., & Yuen, L. H. F. (2004). What is it like to learn a second language? A case study of co-curricular activities for parents and children in early childhood education. The International Journal of Learning, 11, 557-565.

Keywords

  • Second language learning
  • Home-school collaboration
  • School improvement

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