It can be impressive when you hear that a person is fluent in a foreign language. It can be just as disappointing to find out that they aren’t really fluent. This article presents some observations about the complexities of learning and mastering a foreign language.
Teaching English-Speaking Students a Second Language
Second language acquisition is a mandatory component of many school programs today, and the students can range from young grade school aged children to high school students fulfilling required courses for Regents diploma or college credit. Here you will find hundreds of articles on teaching a wide variety of languages to students, including Spanish, German, French, Latin, Japanese and Chinese, to name but a few. If you are a foreign language instructor, bookmark Bright Hub Education, where you can find teaching advice from experienced teachers, professors and foreign language translators.