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What happens to the English language skills of children enrolled in the French Immersion program of LEcole Française du Maine?

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What happens to the English language skills of children enrolled in the French Immersion program of LEcole Française du Maine?

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Most studies done for the past 30 years suggest that children enrolled in early French immersion programs perform as well if not better than their monolingual peers. Exposure to a large variety of linguistic structures and a wide and diverse vocabulary enriches their own knowledge of English. At any rate, children are not going to lose their English! Research in Canada has shown that reading and writing skills are transferred from one language to the next during the primary grades. In other words, the progresses made in reading skills in French will be observed in English too. [ Back to Top ] . . . . . .

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