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  • Prabhjeet

    August 11, 2021 at 3:04 PM

    Some experts share a belief that children should start learning a foreign language early in their primary school rather than delaying it for secondary education. Beginning to master a non-native language early surely offers many benefits but with some drawbacks on the counterpart also. This essay will examine the advantages and disadvantages of learning a foreign language in primary grade.

    To begin with the advantages, a youngster who is taught foreign wordings in the primary years outpaces those who start late and speaks likes a native by the time higher education is finished. If children initiate learning early, they would master the basics of grammar by the time they step into higher schooling. Meanwhile secondary students are still fretting to get a hold on the basics; a primary grader who started learning before time would bother about the advanced level during those years. Moreover, the foreign language becomes deeply-rooted and natural sooner.

    On the flipside, putting a pressure on young ones or limiting there play time would hinder childhood development. A child’s mind is already preoccupied with frivolous matters but they learn by exploring different things. On top of that, the addition of another task might seem like a burden to them, hindering their creativity and playtime. More importantly, the time devoted for studying academic subjects also suffers a loss making it difficult for them to understand academia in depth. Although the mind of a youngster is sharp, trying to teach them is still a difficult task for both parents and instructors.

    In conclusion, the downsides of staying ahead of time and learning a foreign language early does pose some problems but they can be managed by proper planning of time. On the whole, I am convinced that if this task aligns with the interest of a child, then the pros outweigh the cons of the same.

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