Are native-speaking teachers essential at school?

Only native-speaking teachers can properly teach a language at school.
Have you ever heard of this statement, or do you perhaps believe in it yourself?
Let’s have a closer look at the related research.

You Are Not Lazy

Kids these days are so lazy, right?” We’ve all heard this before and you’d be surprised by not only how old the practice is but especially what kind of impact it has.

To Speak or Not to Speak, a question for monolingual migrants

Monolingual expats often struggle to learn the language of their host country, particularly if it’s not required in day-to-day interactions. This article will explain why you should make the effort to learn the local language, as well as how it will improve your life abroad.

Development of languages at home and outside the home: Turkish families in Luxembourg

This case study of six Turkish families in Luxembourg explores the various ways in which parents support their children when learning multiple languages.