Language Development in Simultaneous and Sequential Bilinguals


  • Malgorzata Gusiletov, School Psychologist, Pinellas County Schools
  • Emilie Ney, Barry University


Considering that the body of bilingual students in the United States continuously growing, it is imperative that professionals are aware of the characteristics of this diverse group and understand concepts related to first and second language acquisition. This research study focuses on factors to language proficiency in simultaneous and sequential bilinguals. School Psychologists will be provided with practical implications for supporting language acquisition in bilingual children and a future avenue for research.

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