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By Robin M. Kowalski, Susan P. Limber, Patricia W. Agatston

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Psychologists discover the truth of cyberbullies

Millions of youngsters are stricken by bullies every year. Advances in social media, e mail, speedy messaging, and cellphones, although, have moved bullying from a schoolyard worry to a continuing threat.

The moment version of Cyberbullying deals the most up-tp-date info in this constantly-evolving factor and descriptions the original matters and demanding situations it increases for kids, mom and dad, and educators. Authored via psychologists who're the world over famous as specialists during this box, the textual content makes use of the most recent study during this quarter to supply an up to date, trustworthy textual content perfect for fogeys and educators curious about the cyberbullying phenomenon.

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You don’t want to find yourself arguing about the family’s language – there are enough things to worry about in a young family as it is. The other parent will have to accept that his or her daughter might initially use words he or she may not understand. Without such an agreement, the situation may turn into a power struggle between the parents, which is not what you want in a family. If the exposure to the minority language is relatively low, it is strongly recommended to choose it as the common language for the family.

If this is not a viable option, look for a childminder who can speak the language, possibly an au pair. Try to arrange play dates with other children speaking the language. If your boy is a bit older, also look for weekend or evening classes in the language. If you are lucky, there might even be immersion classes available at your local school. What you could also consider, is to learn the language alongside your son – I know, not an easy task to take on, but something you might want to think about if you are truly passionate about retaining the language.

There are, however, a few benefits that you may not have thought of, and those I will expand on in subsequent sections. In the Confidence section, I will also list the most common myths about bilingual speakers so you are aware of these. You will most likely encounter at least some of them, and it is good to have an answer ready when it happens. You can find a list of books and other sources of information on the advantages and myths about multilingualism in the Resources section. � You believe that parents can pass on their language(s) to their children I will support you in your belief and boost your confidence in bringing up a bilingual child.

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