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Lesson 29 of 35

Bilingual Class Introduction

 

Learn a Language

Lesson 29 of 35

Bilingual Class Introduction

 

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Bilingual Class Introduction

Hello, everyone. Andi. I thought I'd prepare my first light. Slightly Multilingual. I could have any bilingual early on. It's unfortunate that that sign that should have to the character should be up there. But, hey, uh, as I said before, we all make mistakes on. It's all about just using the language. And this is also a very relevant topic because we're talking about Hey, we're talking about using more than one language in a specific situation on the situation that we have in this class is talking about how to raise a child your child on in two languages. Andi. Therefore, this could also apply to a multi lingual setting. It doesn't have to be restricted to two languages. However, the main focus on today's class will be on raising a child in two different languages. So I'd like to provide you first of all a with a slight, a brief introduction toe, but myself, Lily already presented me or introduce me briefly, but I'd like to also expand on that and to explain why this topic is so speci...

al to me. Why it's particularly important, not just personally, but also and for my work on Guy was born in England. I was fortunate enough, and I consider myself to be fortunate to be raised in a bilingual environment, which isn't something that you would maybe consider to be that normal in England. Onda were not that well known for throughout the world for speaking more than one language I admit on. Fortunately, I was raised in an environment where two languages were used, So this is something that's very personal to me as well. I have personal experience. I have a background in this on as a linguist. It's something that someone that in my role is language Ambassador for Bubble, where a aim to transmit the joy on the pleasure like learning languages, brings us all on. Did in this case is a very particular, very special topic because we're talking about giving a child a younger person and what younger person than ourselves the ability from day one to speak another language for several different reasons. And as a linguist, it's also something that I am very interested in researching in not only in a bilingual child context but also in societal context. Andi therefore like to start by providing a brief summary of the aims and objectives that we will be going for in this class on this class is primarily aimed people at anyone and anyone and everyone who has knowledge of another language and is interested in bilingualism per se. It's also aimed at people that are thinking about learning another language, perhaps, or at least wanting their Children to do so. And we will discover the scenarios and situations in which bilingualism occurs. Naturally, Andi and I would say, staged. But Theo emphases always here, is on creating a a somewhat natural atmosphere. And we'll also be looking how to create a bilingual environment for your child. And you might have picked up on the be saying your child. I'd also like to stress that it doesn't have to be your child. It could be your grandchild. It could be the Children of your of a friend of yours that's very dear to you. And you've been in contact with the parents or the parent and the the 50 You've discussed this. But this is something we'll be looking up at a later stage in the class. Andi, the aim, At least the objective here is to put you on the right track with the right amount of information, with techniques and tips that you yourselves can take away with you and to ensure that the child that you will be raising bilingual E not only becomes bilingual but also stays bilingual because we also have Teoh understand that bilingualism, as we will see, is a lifelong process is the lifelong engagement in and with two languages.

Class Description


We all know learning a new language to be a daunting prospect. It’s hard to identify where to get started, what elements of speech to focus on, and how to get organized. The fear of making mistakes can be particularly crippling, preventing us from leaving our comfort zones and talking to native speakers.

Matthew Youlden is a world-wide famous polyglot from Babbel language. He speaks 14 different languages, and has the belief that these anxieties can be turned into a toolkit for learning a language quickly. Once we’ve placed aside the fear of failure, we can jump right into putting our new skills to the test - because conversations in a new language leads to fluency.

Join Matthew to develop a cohesive plan for learning your new language. 


In this class, you’ll learn:

Build a language learning foundation
Matthew believes that if you practice 10 minutes a day for a month you will be conversational in any language you want. Matthew Youlden of Babbel will teach you how to create a blueprint for learning, map your goals, and use your time effectively. He will give you a number of different tools to use to practice your language skills and give you the basics of pronunciation and having conversations. Matthew will show you how to build on established skills by practicing conversational language and acquiring an authentic accent. Also, with this class you get access to an amazing ""Language Workbook for Beginners"" designed by Matthew to help you start to learn the language of your choice which is in addition to the in-class excercises that help you put what you learn into practice.

Improve Your Language Skills Fast
Do you feel like you have plateaued in your language learning and need to take it to the next level? Matthew talks about strengthening your writing, grammar and syntax through language exercises. He will also teach you to enrich your language vocabulary through hands on and easy to implement techniques. He also gives some tips and trips for language fluency.When you purchase this class you get a specially desinged, ""Language Skills Workbook"" to help you take your language learning to the next level which is in addition to the in-class excercises that help you put what you learn into practice.

Raise Bilingual Children
Lastly, Matthew will touch on how to teach others a language and raise a young person to be bilingual. He will explain the benefits and reasons for raising someone bilingual and how to create and define roles for the bilingual environment. He will show you how to ensure and measure exposure to language by laying out a strategy for creating the most successful bilingual setting. 

Reviews

Cris Merton
 

Matthew has a beautiful voice! It's so easy to listen to him and this lends a great deal of authority to his already clear and lucid content. Bravo!