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In this section we provide you with key documents in the field of Multilingualism dealing with Language Policies and Language Research.

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The Multilingual Mind: Issues Discussed by, for, and about People Living with Many Languages

The Multilingual Mind: Issues Discussed by, for, and about People Living with Many Languages

Author: Tracey Tokuhuma-Espinosa

Publisher: Praeger

Year: 2003

ISBN: 978-0897899192

Radio Lingua Network

Radio Lingua Network

Radio Lingua learning materials put you in control of your language-learning and help you learn where, when and how you want.

We have a large range of materials including materials for learners of Spanish, French, German, Italian, English, and many other languages. Our materials are aimed at independent learners of all ages: all you need to learn another language with us is access to the internet and some enthusiasm! You can learn wherever you want to, at a time that suits you. By using an iPod or an mp3 player you can take your learning with you – learning with our shows allows you to learn a language on the move.

Digital Dialects

Digital Dialects

The Digital Dialects website features free to use online games for learning languages. Language resources include games for learning phrases, numbers, useful words, spelling, verb conjugation and alphabets. Games use Macromedia Flash Player. Updates: audio has been added to extra quizzes in the Chinese Games and Spanish Games sections.

 

Multilingual Research in Spanish: Annotated Bibliography

Multilingual Research in Spanish: Annotated Bibliography

The annotated bibliography seeks to sketch a general picture of the nature and scope of the research on multilingualism supplied in Spanish. A number of authors writing in this language have taken interest in a wide variety of aspect of multilingualism. The areas that seem to be more outstanding so far are Education, Linguistic Policies, (Foreign) Language Acquisition and Sociolinguistics.

Author: Laura Sanchez

FluentU

FluentU

FluentU is a new way to learn Chinese through authentic video content like music videos, movie trailers, news, and inspiring talks. With engaging and immersive content, users are empowered to learn with fun videos exhibiting the diversity and vibrancy of modern Chinese culture.

Traditional tools like textbooks have been essential. But it has been found that people learn best through rich, engaging experiences. It's easy to remember words when they're reinforced by experiences that move you. Early exposure to engaging content helps prevent learners from giving up before they're fluent. 

A site that can deliver such rich experiences, supported by the right set of tools, can transform language learning. 

 

Giving regional and minority languages a say!

Giving regional and minority languages a say!

The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages is a unique treaty between states that have signed up to a language-friendly future. Language decline can be stopped and even reversed, as examples from many countries have shown, where the younger generation are learning to use the languages traditionally spoken in their families and regions. In this way, entire cultures have been saved and are prospering once again.

Language Rich Europe - Review and Recommendations

Language Rich Europe - Review and Recommendations

 

This paper is based on the conclusions of the national and regional profiles set out in Language Rich Europe: Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe, together with reports of the national and regional launches and workshops carried out in order to consider the core document and make proposals for national action. It also takes into account the discussions at the Language Rich Europe (LRE) London Conference that took place at the British Academy in December 2012.

 

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FundaciĆ³n Academia Europea de Yuste European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI) ALTE
CMFE (Community Media Forum Europe) Mercator European Network of Language Diversity Centres RECIT
European Federation of National Institutions for Language Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) European Theatre Convention
Literature Across frontiers European Publishers Council Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU
EEE-YFU European Forum of Vocational Education and Training Federal Union of European Nationalities
EUNIC in Brussels Eurolang Culturelink
European Council of Literary Translators' Associations European Federation for Intercultural Learning European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA)
European Council of Artists (ECA) European Association for Terminology Federation of European Publishers
EUROCLIO European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) Club de Madrid

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