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Diversities in Early Childhood Education

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Age is among the aspects of the society that are overlooked more often by communities globally. The needs of children are not taken care of in many communities. Rather, adults in many instances believe that they know what is good for their children, and that, they have no right to disapprove instructions, even though they might be wrong. From my experience, I realized that I could not have done anything on my own since I was a child. My age prevented me from being inquisitive about my parents’ movements.

As a child, I was supposed to follow what my parents decided was good for me. However, I have come to realize that everybody needs to be listened to, no matter how old he/she may be. Age needs not to be a factor to associate with personality. I also came to learn that age determines the attachment between the parent and a child. At a particular time, my parents were enthusiastic about everything I did or said. Nevertheless, immediately they learned that I had begun associating with children from other communities, they were wild and disagreed with me completely.   However, I was just interested in cultural diversity, an issue that remained unclear to me, even at the age of 18 years.

I wanted to learn much regarding other people’ s culture. I needed to understand why we were different, and why other foreign students could understand the native language so quickly, yet I traveled to so many countries without speaking a word in any other language apart from my own. But I realized that language is acquired from a range of sources through listening and speaking, especially as a child (Genishi and Goodwin 2007 p 76).

I also came to understand that it is difficult for a child to learn a foreign language than it is for a grown-up. This made me appreciate the fact that my chances of learning another language were predestined.   I also realized that as a child, I could not go against my parents’ decision. I could not refuse to migrate together with them, whether or not the practice affected my learning.  

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