Children learn language naturally, so toddlers and preschoolers find it really easy to pick up French very quickly.
HOWEVER, their progress will depend greatly on what you do in class – use just words, and that’s all they’ll learn, words. Use fluent language, and they will become fluent users themselves.
But – Using Fluent Language the Right Way Is an Art
Using fluent language in a way that suits your young students’ stage of development and activates their natural knack for languages during the brief periods of time typical of foreign language classes is quite an art.
It’s not just about opening your mouth and talking in French!
Although I’m a native speaker, highly educated, and had two bilingual kids of my own, when I tried to apply the language teaching methods that I had learned for older students to preschoolers, the results were terrible.
Preschool children learn quite differently than older kids and adults.
Early Human Development Is NOT a Linear Progression – It’s a Complete Transformation!
Children ages 0 to 5 are to the human adult what a caterpillar is to a butterfly, as world-renown educator Maria Montessori used to say. It’s not so much a linear progression, but rather a metamorphosis that takes place between babyhood and childhood (about age 6).
I learned that I was teaching cute caterpillars and not butterflies the hard way, by trial and error in my own classes. There was no training available that really worked (and, believe me, I tried it all).
I realized there were no good resources anywhere on the market to help me teach French in preschool. So I had to set out and create my own program.
That was back then, but I continued learning during years and years – and I continue learning today, because I am passionate about teaching languages to young children and any new discoveries related to early cognition and language acquisition fascinate me.
Recently re-developed from the ground up, my “French for Preschoolers” guide is a very practical introduction to my unique language learning system, based on many years of experience in the field as a teacher, parent, author, advocate and entrepreneur.
Who Is the Guide Intended For?
The guide will help teachers with any level of experience to make learning French rewarding and fun for you and your students ages 1 to 8 years old:
- A ground-breaking, quite unique early language system.
- Originally published in 2006 – now completely updated!
- The only professional guide dedicated to teaching fluent French language at the preschool age.
[Note: This guide is not really intended for parents, but I have many other materials suitable for their use – you can find them online by searching “Ana Lomba”]
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P. S. It would be very difficult to find a university level course that would teach you all of this, and even if you could find such a course, it would probably cost you a hundred times more than this e-guide.
P. S. S. Moreover, it would be very difficult to find university professors who have actually taught toddlers and preschoolers – not only that, who have created materials and developed curriculum to teach toddlers and preschoolers. So this is your chance – pick up my brain and get started on solid ground today!