Tutoring and lessons are not the only ways to improve and speed up your child’s process of learning a second language. I found out that, even during the most mundane of activities all parents have to go through, there are ways to incorporate learning opportunities.
I once overheard a parent say, “I’m teaching my son Chinese because he will have an advantage”. Yes, that sounds nice, but do you really know about the full scope of bilingual benefits that your child could have in store?
I did some digging and found some interesting and eye-opening facts, backed by research.
Christie Kincaid currently works as a Licensed Psychological Associate in Kentucky, as she completes the final year of her Doctorate of Psychology (Psy. D) program. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor's of Arts in English, as well as a Master's of Arts in both Forensic Psychology and Clinical Psychology, and worked in the education field.
Streaming websites like Oznoz.com offer monolingual parents a great way to expose their children to other languages. If you're stumbled upon this blog, then you know that teaching your child a second (or third) language is a must.