General Multilingualism

A Multilingual & Multicultural Education – Luxembourg Style

by Corey
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By H.E. Rybol Photo credit: Claude Wians Whenever I tell people I grew up in Luxembourg, they look at me like a question mark. They have difficulties picturing… well, something. Fair enough, it’s a tiny country and not exactly an exotic destination known for its cozy climate. So, what is it like growing up in […]

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Ask Multilingual Living

Multilingual Children: Which Language(s) Should We Use for Homework?

by Corey
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Multilingual children and homework: Please answer this post with your own tips & suggestions on how you go about helping your bilingual children!

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General Multilingualism

English as a Third Language (L3) in Our Classrooms!?

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By Charissa Reijmers Photo credit: woodleywonderworks Introduction This article is aimed at ESL teachers worldwide. As the term ESL (English as a Second Language) indicates, the way we teach is usually focused on learners who learn English as their second language. For many learners English might not be their second (L2) but their third (L3) […]

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The Politics of Bilingualism

by Corey

I wrote this article back in 2005 for the Bilingual/Bicultural Family Network . What is disappointing to me is that things don’t seem to have changed much since then.  Or have they?

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Week in Review

Multilingual Living’s Week in Review – July 11

by Corey
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This is a review of the interesting articles, Twitters, Facebook posts and more which took place this week in and around our Multilingual Living universe. Thank you everyone for sharing your tips with me! Keep them coming!

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Bilingual Homeschooling: World Cup Language Learning!

by Corey
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Author’s Note: I’m excited to say that Sarah at Bringing Up Baby Bilingual chose this post as part of the July Blogging Carnival on Bilingualism!  I’m so very honored to be a part of this fabulous group of bilingual bloggers!  Please check out their entries – you will be inspired from head to toe by […]

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Expert Advice

Does Bilingualism Cause Language Delay?

by Corey
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One of the most consistent things I was warned about many years ago when my husband and I decided to both speak German with our swaddled babe in arms was language delay.  Everyone told me not to worry if my son didn’t start speaking until later, as bilingual children are known to start speaking later […]

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