Two languages are better than one, yes
CALEC Bulletin #77 - In modern Britain, millions of children are growing up speaking two or more languages – and it is thought that the ability to do so has some unexpected benefits.
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In modern Britain, millions of kids grow up learning two languages or more – and experts believe fluidity in language has some surprising advantages
Comment faire évoluer les modèles d’enseignements bilingues actuels, qui abandonnent les langues locales trop rapidement, vers un bilinguisme ou multilinguisme afin de favoriser une scolarité de qualité et éviter l’échec scolaire ?
In this picture book, children learn about the meaning of sesweshwe in a South African family. These dresses show us how one piece of fabric can make many people feel close.
The Blue Dress by Teboho Moja is available in English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian and XiTsonga.
Education Leaders of Color will be hosting a conversation on November 14, between Rhonda Broussard, author of One Good Question: How Countries Prepare Youth to Lead, and Tre Johnson, author of Black Genius.
Cours d'anglais par dessins animés, pour les petits et les grands ! Le Rich Morning Show propose des cours d'anglais personnalisés par e-mails.
When it comes to finding or choosing French films or TV shows for kids to watch, the number of programs available on American streaming platforms can be overwhelming. So, what’s on this month?
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