Bilingualism Is Good for Your Mental Health
CALEC Bulletin #41 - The benefits of bilingualism are clear: it can help to maintain mental acuity, delay cognitive decline and offer greater opportunities to communicate.
In the News
Speaking a second language slows down aging, fends off diseases like Alzheimer's and you can understand and speak to more people, so why not?
Celebrate scientific discovery, and the human body through the eyes of Fatima, a young inventor and Z82, her shrinking zorb ball. Her plan is to get shrunk and go up someone’s mouth as she wants to find out what our body does to digest the food we like to eat.
"Her book is like words being spun as gold. Not only is Ms. Goldowsky a skilled writer but she has a story to tell. While the book is both riveting and touching and pulls at the heartstrings, it is never maudlin." —Pat Gallant Weich, writer.
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Nouvel épisode du podcast Révolution bilingue avec la professeure Nathalie Auger de l'Université Paul Valéry-Montpellier, spécialiste des langues et du plurilinguisme en France et co-autrice d’un nouveau livre intitulé "Défis et richesses des classes multilingues: Construire des ponts entre les cultures".
Listen to Les Chansons De La Petite école by Josephine Ancelle on Apple Music. Stream songs including "L'arrivée À L'école", "Bonjour Les Amis" and more.
Wunderbla delivers short, personalized and fun online German lessons.
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