How our language use changes during our international life
Date: Monday, February 28, 2022
Time: 9am (London), 7pm (Melbourne & Sydney), 9pm (Auckland)
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Location: Online (via Zoom)
Cost: FREE. Open to all.
On the occasion of the celebration of the International Mother Language Day (21 February) and the International Day of Multilingualism (27 March), we will be talking about the connection between language and identity, and language shift in an interview with Dr Ute Limacher-Riebold from "Ute's International Lounge.”
The first language we acquire might not be our most dominant language throughout life. Other languages can become more important for us to be able to communicate while living in different countries. The same applies to children who are schooled in an additional language.
In this interview, Ute will share scientific insights and best practices to make sure all languages of our children are fostered and valued. This session will be open to the international public. Please join the discussion.
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