Posts Tagged bilingual disadvantage
Does bilingualism hurt children with DLD?
Posted by Elizabeth D. Peña in assessment, bilingual, bilingualism, child bilingualism, child language impairment, language impairment, Uncategorized on August 9, 2018
You know I’m gonna say no. But, it’s important to establish what does happen and to do so with data. After several studies we have enough data to look at this question more carefully with a set of children with developmental language disorder (aka: language impairment; specific language impairment; or primary language impairment) who had varying levels of exposure to Spanish and English. Read the rest of this entry »