Multicultural Activities Weekly Highlights: November 18-24, 2018

Multicultural Activities Weekly Highlights: November 18-24, 2018   Celebrating 100 Years of Poland’s Independence The celebrations of 100 years of Poland’s regained independence, conclude this year Austin Polish Film Festival (Nov 8th-11th at the AFS Cinema) . The event includes the exhibit of poster art by a renowned Polish artist Ryszard Kaja, from his series  […]

Multicultural Activities Weekly Highlights: November 11-17, 2018

Multicultural Activities Weekly Highlights: November 11-17, 2018   Great Promise for American Indians – Yarborough Branch Library On Tuesday, November 13, visit the Yarborough Branch Library for a special program to celebrate National American Indian Heritage Month. Following a reading of the picture book The Jingle Dancer by Cynthia Leitich Smith, Nan Blassingame, a member of the Cheyenne nation, […]

Multilingual & Multicultural Activity of the Month _The Harvest/La Cosecha

Multilingual & Multicultural Activity of the Month The Harvest/La Cosecha   This month we take time to remember what we are most thankful for. Social gatherings have always centered around food, no matter what country or society you are from.  For agricultural based communities worldwide, harvest time, when food is most abundant, has always been […]

Think Bilingual Austin Upcoming Events — Fun for Young & Old!

Think Bilingual Austin Events — Fun for Young & Old! Invite and share the event details with others! Foreign Film Festival for the Adults interested in World Languages, Cultures, or learning more about Dual Language/ Language Immersion Programs in primary & secondary education.   Meet new friends and bring old ones and enjoy a movie in either Spanish, French or […]

Think Bilingual Austin Language Learning Program Directory Tutorial

  Use the Think Bilingual Austin Program Directory to Find Local Language Learning Educational & Enrichment Programs For many parents, October starts the clock ticking to find new schools and other educational resources for their children who may be transitioning from one age groups to another the following academic year.  For others, it is a […]

Bilingualism: how to get your child to speak your language – and why it matters

Bilingualism: how to get your child to speak your language – and why it matters shutterstock Indu Vibha Meddegama, York St John University Humans have been migrating since prehistoric times – moving within and beyond geographical borders – in search of food, for survival or for better prospects in life. In the European Union alone, […]

Multilingual & Multicultural Activity of the Month_Mexico and India

Multilingual & Multicultural Activity of the Month_ October 2018 Exploring the Cultural Intersections of Mexico and India Click here for: India_Mexico_Culture_Food-Activity Sheets Use this activity set at home, school or with friends to learn about the commonalities that exist between Mexico and India. Create a scavenger hunt at home or at the grocery market to […]

The interrelationship between securely attached relationships and bilingualism

The Interrelationship between Securely Attached Relationships and Bilingualism A securely attached relationship between parents (or primary caregivers) and children is an important component in the connection that a child has or maintains with his/her mother tongue.  It essentially establishes a strong foundation from which a child can learn a second language. The benefits of creating […]

El enlace entre la relación afectiva segura y el bilingüismo

El enlace entre la relación afectiva segura y el bilingüismo Este tema corresponde a nuestro segmento del mes en Despierta Austin y radio de comunidad por Univisión English Version Available in Separate Post. Una relación afectiva segura entre padres (o cuidadores principales) e hijos es un componente importante en la conexión que un hijo tiene […]