With the increasing demand for children to learn another language (and a concomitant rise in the number of language learning providers), why should you choose LCF Fun Languages to teach your child another language?
Language learning in general is a great example of both satisfying the thirst for knowledge that all children have, helping them to develop a better understanding of the world in which they live, and maybe, one day it will allow them a lovely shared moment with a stranger in another country.
One of the best ways to learn another language is to find yourself into situations where you are forced to use the language. And this is exactly what happened at the end of last term for our French club in Bendigo, Regional Victoria!
Scientists at the University of Kent found 'higher levels of structural integrity' in the brain were in areas responsible for language learning and semantic processing for those who knew a second language.
Harmony Day celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. The day’s central message is that ‘everyone belongs’, reinforcing the importance of inclusiveness to all Australians.
LCF Fun Languages Australia 's insight:
Great article in The Advertiser, highlighting our Fun Languages lessons for kids in Wollongong and Illawarra Region for #HarmonyDay.
Some of the Illawarra’s brightest young stars spent two days in January at the University of Wollongong absorbing new cultures and languages through the prestigious In2Uni Little and Early Learning Labs
They've been defensive for decades in preserving the purity of the language of love from the threat of globalisation. But now it seems all will have paid off for the French, whose language is set to become the world's most spoken language by 2050, thanks to growing francophone populations in sub-Saharan Africa. While most eager English-language parents are hiring Mandarin-speaking nannies in a bid to ensure their children ahead of the game, a study by investment bank Natixis, says we should get back to the classroom and brush up on our French. While the top languages in the world today are Mandarin, English, Spanish, and Arabic, Natixis has produced figures that show French will be number one in 35 years time. The latest projection is that French will be spoken by 750 million people by 2050, compared to 220 million people in 2010. According to the National Institute of Demographic Studies (INED), Africa will see its population grow from 800 million to 4.5 billion in 2100. 'Currently, 3 per cent of the world's population speak French, which is an official language in 32 countries, but the study says the share will increase to 8 per cent. The most people that speak French, do not live in France and are not French nationals. Critics say the study is misleading, as it counts all those inhabitants of French-speaking countries (where French is an official language).
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