Tag: Learn A Language

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Why Complete Immersion is Key to Language Learning

The complete immersion learning method is the only truly effective language learning method. Learning to think and experience the world automatically, without conscious thought, is the gift given by complete immersion and gives children the tools to ultimately become fluent. We look at why the complete immersion method is so central, and how you can […]

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The Importance of Fostering an Intrinsic Motivation for Learning in the Early Years

A child’s educational journey is a marathon, not a sprint. In fact, it isn’t even confined to the window between when they learn their ABC’s to the day they throw a mortarboard in the air. Learning is a lifelong journey. However, in modern society and educational systems, learning has become synonymous with education alone. Forcing […]

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The Importance of Vocabulary Building in the Early Years & Primary

We need to think of vocabulary as a building block. Its intrinsic value is only complete when part of a larger structure. Research shows that vocabulary is far more important than the individual words, and their meaning. Vocabulary knowledge, breadth and depth are directly correlated with a child’s overall development. The Power of Vocabulary What’s […]

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Why Do Young Children Reach Fluency in a Second Language with Ease?

Young children are said to be like sponges. They absorb information and learning from the world around them with seemingly unrivalled ability. It follows, therefore, that they will be able to reach fluency in a second language much more easily than older children, and certainly adults. In fact, there’s a definite window in childhood when […]

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The Power of Learning through Stories

Pick up that toy cup of tea to be shared with teddy, make music with your voice as you become a character from a child’s favourite story, and you can be forgiven for thinking you’re doing nothing but having fun. Yet in these actions – story-telling and role-play games– you’re accessing immensely powerful learning tools. […]

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How Flexible Thinking and Adaptability are Key Advantages for Bilingual and Multilingual Children

How Flexible Thinking and Adaptability are Key Advantages for Bilingual and Multilingual Children

When we think of bilingualism and multilingualism we are likely to think of the advantages being confined to the languages alone. A bilingual individual can access more learning, experience more, and interact more deeply. However, what we don’t tend to consider is how a bilingual or multilingual child is advantaged in terms of their ability […]

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