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The Right Path to Raise Bilingual Children
11/15/2020 (Sunday) 7:30 pm PST
Bilingualism Makes Your Brain/Mind Better – Let’s Avoid First Language Attrition
Do you or your children want to be bilinguals but are not motivated to do so? Are you struggling with your children’s language education/acquisition issue?
This talk will address these issues from two perspectives: a) the benefits of bilingualism in the areas beyond communication, which make bilinguals “smarter” than counterparts but are NOT well-known to the public, and b) some principals about how to raise bilingual children efficiently—in particular, how to avoid first language attrition among the 2nd generation of immigrants.
About Presenter: Dr. Chuchu Li
Dr. Chuchu Li received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from University of Maryland, College Park, which ranked #6 in the nation, and her B.S. in Psychology from Beijing Normal University, which ranked #1 in the nation. Her research addressed the development of both monolingual and bilingual children, though focusing more on the bilingual population. Currently, she is a Postdoc Scholar in University of California, San Diego.
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