Conclusions of Grandchildren

Conclusions of Grandchildren - Conclusions of Grandchildren...

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Conclusions of Grandchildren Most of the grandchildren interviewed did not speak Portuguese, except for one. In the case of one pair of siblings the oldest grandchild spoke Portuguese and the youngest did not, confirming what the grandmothers had stated in their interviews (if grandchildren spoke Portuguese it was usually the oldest one) Most of the grandparents could not speak English, except for another pair of siblings one grandmothers spoke English Most of the grandchildren interviewed expressed the desire to learn Portuguese since this would facilitate the ability to share family stories, history, culture, food traditions and personal interests. Confirming what we found with the grandmothers; the grandchildren stated that if they had known Portuguese it would allow for greater interaction and improve the quality of time spent together This is shown with the set of siblings interviewed where the grandchild who knew Portuguese spent more time and had better interaction with their grandmother
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