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Antonio Jesús Sosa, Zeus Plasencia


Plurilingual education is considered as a natural development of our Early Childhood and Primary pupils or Secondary students in their progress towards a linguistic mastery in a second language learning. The relevance of certain aspects such as assessmentinnovative approachestrendsnew proposals, as well as imitation (as basic learning method) are highlighted. Teaching through a plurilingual approach requires several conditions regarding training, curriculum and meaningfulness of language that are described and analised to offer some conclusions.

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