Contextual Language Acquisition Philosophy (CLAP)

     -     May 5th, 2013   -     News, Web Design   -     1 Comment

Every day is full of activities and opportunities to help your children learn a foreign language. CLAP focuses on taking ordinary activities and moderating them slightly so your children can use them to learn new languages rapidly.

As a child, Tetsu’s mother would purchase remote control cars for him to build, but the instructions were in Japanese. His love for car building guided him through his language learning so regularly that it was more a way of life for him than a language lesson. This is the basis for CLAP. You simply find moments where you can incorporate foreign language exposure into play, making the experience more effective and interesting for your children.


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