Many of our students didn’t have the greatest experience in school — or at least in their school’s language classes. While these classes were often mandatory (having to get through a certain amount of Spanish in high school is a common example), oftentimes the classes were less about fluency and more about following a certain textbook or passing a certain test.
Grammar was often presented as a chore, and not as the core structure of the language. Vocabulary was there to be drilled, not to enhance self-expression. Students were constrained to certain topics, and, given that they were taking at least half a dozen other classes at the same time, exploring the language outside of those constraints was virtually impossible.more
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Let's talk about some reasons an online Language Coach might be the right choice for your child. We might be biased, of course, but read on and see if you agree...more
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We hope you've had a fabulous Pride month and a wonderful start to your Summer!
Here at LingualMuse, we've been particularly inspired by this quote from Janet Mock: “I believe that telling our stories, first to ourselves and then to one another and the world, is a revolutionary act. It is an act that can be met with hostility, exclusion, and violence. It can also lead to love, understanding, transcendence, and community.”more
Ready to learn a new language? Here’s how it will change your life forever.more