Location: Christus Triumfatorkerk, Juliana van Stolberglaan 156, 2595 CL The Hague
When: Thursday 11 June 2015, 19:00-21:30
Speaking multiple languages is a valuable asset in our global world and fostering the family languages (mother/ father language) helps children to find – or maintain – their identity.
Children do not become bilinguals “by magic”. This ongoing process takes several years and needs consistency, commitment and creativity.
- Would you like to know how to support your child stay bilingual?
- Which languages do you want your child to talk (read, write)?
- Do you sometimes wonder if you child will be able to maintain his/her family language(s) also later in life?
In my workshop I will show you how you – together with your partner, teachers, caregivers – can support your child to stay or become a confident bilingual.
You will find out how to evaluate your current situation and get a clear picture about which aspects to consider.
For more detailed information, please contact Ute at UtesExpatLounge@gmail.com
You can sign up for this workshop by filling out the form HERE.
About the Speaker:
Ute Limacher-Riebold (Ph.D. in Linguistics and Literature) is a multilingual personal coach and trainer for Internationally living families at Ute’s Expat Lounge. She is expert in bilingualism and in her practice she focuses on communication, positive, empowering and respectful use of language and narrative therapy.