When the home language is not the dominant language

If you are a multilingual, is your home language your most dominant language? Something that surprises me when I read about language policies in schools and elsewhere is, that it is always assumed that people – children and adults – are most proficient, i.e. most fluent, in their home language. This might be correct for […]

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TinyEYE online speech therapy from your home or school

In my practice as Language Consultant I sometimes work as mediator between parents and schools when there are some misunderstandings concerning the speech and language development of the child. Speech therapists usually help the child either during school hours or after school with the school language. They usually work closely with the teachers in order […]

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