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To Preserve a Culture, It’s Vital to Keep the Language Alive
CALEC Bulletin #64 - Maintaining the Inuit language is essential to preserving Inuit culture, according to Anthony 'Junior' Ittusardjuat, an Inuit youth who started teaching Inuktitut last year
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This book aims to shed light on many of the issues surrounding bilingualism and multilingualism as well as provide a path towards a more inclusive future by expanding language resources for all of us.
Fatima and her shrinking zorb ball Z82 take readers on an adventure that takes them inside the human body. They discover how things work in three books that encourage curiosity, scientific discovery, and a passion for learning: Respiration Fun!, Immunity Fun! and Digestive Fun!
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Le Dr Ellen Bialystok a étudié les effets du bilinguisme sur le cerveau humain, expliquant qu'un cerveau bilingue est un cerveau plus sain, doté de plus grandes capacités cognitives, y compris une protection contre la démence et la maladie d'Alzheimer.
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