S3 E3: Nurturing heritage languages in the community: Part 1

In this episode Dr Marie-Josée Bisson interviews Dr Marion Krauthaker about “La petite école de Leicester” a community language school project for French speakers. Celebratory of heritage language, this is a school designed for children coming from a French bilingual background. The episode discusses exposure to the French language and the value of children being engaged in a French speaking community. Join us to hear all about this exciting project and the fun ways that learning of heritage languages can be enhanced and celebrated! 

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