The Bilingual how its effect the children.
The bilingualism leads the children to development to linguistic or cognitive differences. According to Diane Poulin, (2011) he found that Bilingual children have been shown the advantage is usually attributed to bilinguals’ extensive practice in exercising selective attention and cognitive flexibility during language use because both languages are active when one of them is being used. Moreover, they have examined whether this advantage is observed in 24-month-olds who have had much less experience in language production. Native bilingual children performed significantly better than monolingual children on the Stroop task, with no difference between groups on the other tasks, confirming the specificity of bilingual effects to conflict tasks reported in older children. These results demonstrate that bilingual advantages in executive control emerge at an age not previously shown. In addition, they have tested 63 children and were divided into monolinguals and bilinguals based on exposure to their L1. Children whose exposure to their L1 was equal to or greater than 80% were included in the monolingual group (12 French speaking and 18 English speaking, 15 girls and 15 boys). Percentages of exposure to a second language (L2) varied from 0 to 19.2%. Children whose exposure to their L1 was less than 80% were included in the bilingual group ( 20 girls and 13 boys). The average percentage of exposure to their L2 was 35.5% (range = 20.2–49.5). Bilinguals were exposed to their L2 for an average of 38.6 h per week. Monolinguals’ average exposure to a second language was 5.7 h per week. Because the participants they were lived in a multilingual city, the selection criterion is similar but somewhat less conservative than the one used in other early bilingualism studies.
Bilingualism likewise brings linguistic, cognitive advantages and points of interest. Early studies demonstrated that bilingual youngsters performed superior to anything-monolingual kids on an assortment of tests mindfulness. Although impressive, it is not completely surprising that a linguistic experience such as bilingualism would lead to an enhanced understanding of the structure and properties of language. For example, bilingualism would prompt an upgraded comprehension of the structure and properties of dialect. Moreover, there is growing evidence that bilingual children outperform monolingual children on a variety of tasks that require selective attention and cognitive flexibility tasks.
Finally, The emirate people will care about this language because we have many children who have a British, Indian, Egyptian, Moroccan, Turkish mother and their father is a local man so they have two different languages. Even the people who let their children with the homemade they learn new English or the homemade language and this are affect them.