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CIS Perspectives: Working with Multilingual families
Posted 21/04/2017 10:00

 

Have you read the latest entry in CIS Perspectives?
 

WORKING WITH MULTILINGUAL FAMILIES

by Susan Stewart, International School of London, Surrey

Language acquisition, of a single language or two languages simultaneously, is an innate and naturally occurring phenomenon. In recent years, the press has done much to highlight the advantages of being bilingual, which is an improvement on the negative messages in the 1960s and 70s. However, the myths of previous years linger on, and many questions and concerns surrounding the use of languages stem from some common misunderstandings about the process of language acquisition.

CREATING A COMMON UNDERSTANDING

As Head of Languages at the International School of London (Surrey), I run regular workshops entitled ‘Raising your Bilingual Child’ to ISL Surrey parents and …


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