It is a known fact that language immersion is one of the best teaching strategies that can be used to teach a foreign language. This is particularly effective while teaching small children, which are quick learners and tend to learn more either visually or aurally. It has to be noticed that the major components of a successful learning of language include phonemic awareness, comprehension, vocabulary, phonics and fluency (Morrison, 2008). But these components can sometimes be hard to achieve because of the difficulties of language learning, with which one may be confronted. For some children they may be frustrating. However, pairing with fluent English speakers can make the children more confident, as it is a living proof that learning English can be achieved, regardless of whatever the native language is.
Confidence plays an important role in learning a language. The native tongue determines the accent when speaking the language. Such an accent can deter someone`s confidence of learning. Hence, when children, who are learning the language, are exposed to fluent bilingual children, the chances to gain better results increase (Trawick-Smith, 2009). There is no more powerful tool to teach the English language to children, than doing it through examples. It is a statement: “if they can do it, I can too”. Learning together is important as it boosts confidence, support and determination. Learning a new language is difficult, but the strategy of developing friendship among the students can make it much easier. Compared to the traditional way of learning, this one enables children learn the language through playing and hanging out together. Immersing them to the language through the playful and interactive methods will really help not just the teachers but also the students to reach the language fluency.