True Immersion

     -     May 11th, 2013   -     Inspiration   -     5 Comments

Tetsu argues that children need ample exposure to languages. One common problem many people have with immersion type strategies is that they move to foreign countries with the intent to learn a language, but then surround themselves with familiarity. Globalization, ironically, makes it easier than ever to physically leave your home but still take much of it with you.

Instead of letting your children hang out in their comfort zones, Tetsu argues that you encourage them to live like locals. Making friends who are native speakers, watching TV in the local language, and joining local groups can make it much easier for your children to rapidly achieve fluency in the target foreign language.


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