Bilingualism and early math

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  • Onderzoek: Bilingualism and early math: Cross-language influences of home math talk on early math skills
  • Supervisie: Kroesbergen, E.H., Leseman, P.P.M.
  • 2005-2012
  • Onderzoeksprogramma: Educational Learning Sciences

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In this study, the relations between verbal math activities at home (math talk) in first and second language and early math skills in second language were investigated. Fifty-seven Turkish-Dutch children (speaking Turkish as first language) and 50 Moroccan-Dutch children (speaking Tarifit-Berber as first language) were followed from age 3 to age 6. Positive effects of Turkish math talk on early math skills in Dutch were found. A negative effect of Tarifit-Berber math talk on early math skills in Dutch was found. This shows that first language math talk transfers to early math skills in second language. However, if the first language is less suitable for math talk, like Tarifit-Berber, it can have a negative effect on children’s early math skills.

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