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Educational programs worldwide have begun to introduce students to foreign languages at an earlier grade level. For example, students in Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan are introduced to English in the first grade, while in Turkey, English instruction begins in the fourth grade. The Turkish Ministry of National Education's English Language Curriculum for Primary Education, Grades 4 through 8, shapes the content and delivery of English language teaching based on the belief that young learners must be taught through different teaching strategies, as they do not acquire material in the same manner as adult learners do. Thus, informed by research in foreign language teaching, specific strategies, techniques, and activities have been developed for use in primary schools through the Ministry of National Education's collaboration with the Higher Education Council. In order to prepare teachers to adapt to these changes, teacher education programs have been redesigned to include courses such as "Teaching Foreign Languages to Young Learners I and II." Despite these curricular modifications, research on Turkish primary
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