Did you know? Less than 1 percent of American adults today are proficient in the foreign language they studied in a US classroom. You can do a lot better when you homeschool foreign language, using any curriculum or none at all…even if you don’t speak a foreign language.
American parents want to help their kids speak a foreign language.
Why are so few successful?
American parents rely on the same school-based methods that don’t result in fluency, and self-teaching has become a lost art.
It’s enough to make any parent feel:
But whether you homeschool, or just homeschool foreign language, you can be successful.
Learn how to teach your children valuable study skills that help in all subject areas.
The Homeschool Path to Foreign Language gives you research, details, and specific guidance to use the resources available to you in an effective way. You can homeschool foreign language successfully!
Section 1 of this book consists of Chapters 1-7. These chapters discuss research on language acquisition and the implications it has on how we can do a better job of teaching our children a foreign language at home.
Section 2 of this book consists of Chapters 8-12. These chapters show you how to plan effective lessons and choose your curriculum and supplements.
Section 3 of this book consists of Chapter 13. This chapter helps you continue to make progress as your child reaches the intermediate stage, which is a stage where many students stall.
The last chapter in the book, Chapter 14, is intended to encourage you and inform you about what you might see through the years as your children study a foreign language.
The Homeschool Path to Foreign Language can help you:
Available for Pre-Order now, ebook release date is March 24th, 2018.
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