How is YOUR family learning a second language going to change the world? We share the stories of families opening a world of possibilities to their kids through learning a language together.
We get honest about struggles of not having kids speak back their second tongue. And we give you the tools as either a native or non-native speaker to help your kids grow over the long-haul.
Join Adrienne Babbitt and Juan Mendoza, leading the way in the movement of the Family Language Exchange brought to you by Learn with Me Languages.
The Success after the Silence
When trying to raise her children to be bilingual proved to be a challenge, Corrie Wiik realized it was the method of how she was teaching her children Spanish that wasn’t working. Once she made some changes she started to notice a different outcome.
In today’s Building Bilingual Families Podcast, we interview Corrie about finding success in the right teachings and what happens after a “silent period.” Every child experiences the silent period as they absorb their parents native language before they begin to speak. Corrie explains that learning a second language is no different.
Check out Corrie's Blog and Llamitas Spanish Shop at https://mamallamalinguist.com/
Get your FREE speak Spanish Every Day Guide and find out more about the Family Language Exchange at learnwithmelanguages.com
El inglés es la clave.
Desde niño entendió la importancia de poder comunicarse con el idioma universal con otras personas para poder ayudarlas. Tiempo después, comprendió el valor del bilingüismo en el ámbito laboral.
Apesar de los desafíos que encontró en el camino de su autoaprendizaje del idioma ingles, Edwin no se dió por vencido y ahora de la mano con su familia, abre una línea de comunicación internacional construyendo puentes!!
Obtenga su 'Guía para hablar ingles todos los días' gratuita en www.learnwithmelanguages.com
¡Gracias a mi coanfitrión Juan Mendoza por ayudarnos con esta increíble entrevista!
Second Language Super Food for your Child
Could a second language be like 'brain food' for your child's development? Today on the program we have Rebecca Jordan, a mother to a bilingual two-year-old daughter and also an Assistant Professor at Appalachian University, with her PhD. in Early Childhood Development, Special Education, and Literacy. She shares how Spanish is actually is a superfood for her child, and the far-reaching impacts it can have on future literacy and cognitive functions.
If you are interested in learning Spanish or English through our Family Language Exchange program, or if you would like to get your FREE copy of the Speak Spanish Everyday Guide, go to www.learnwithmelanguages.com (el guía es en español también)
[Spanish Episode] Gramática de la vida real: Abi Cisneros
La gramática es ese punto de quiebre para muchas personas, siendo estudiante y durante años, Abi se cuestionaba acerca de los métodos tradicionales de enseñanza del inglés. Ahora, formando parte del programa, encontró lo que necesitaba.
Construyendo puentes y lazos de amistad ha podido aprender inglés entre amigos. Su 'Guía para hablar ingles todos los días' en www.learnwithmelanguages.com
Super Sticking Power: Interview with Julia Weatherby
When Julia Weatherby traveled to Germany for work, she was shocked by the amount of German she remembered from simple things her mother taught her as a child. Those authentic interactions had 'super sticking' power. As a mom, she thought she would teach her son German, but that changed when she stepped into the Mi Casa es Tu Casa music class in Austin. Now they're learning Spanish & building bridges! Get your free 'Speak Spanish Everyday Guide' at www.learnwithmelanguages.com
Language Intentionality: Interview with Nicole Gillmore
We have the great opportunity to interview Nicole Gillmore who is a member of our program and also an Adjunct Spanish Instructor at North Greenville University. She talks about being intentional with the study of language and coins the phrase "Spanish Intentionality" Enjoy!
Great example of inclusion!!!
Inspiring story of someone leading a movement to help their family learn a language together and teach their kids to be accepting of the culture of others. Way to go!!!