The Early Learning of Chinese Project - Bilingualism Matters
There are unfamiliar signs and sounds to be seen and heard at 9 primary schools in East Lothian this school year: once a week, native-Mandarin speaking students from the University of Edinburgh visit P1 classes to tell the pupils about their home culture and playfully teach them Chinese characters, tones and words. Bilingualism Matters performing at Edinburgh Fringe. Research participants wanted: Adults aged 20-40. Being bilingual is magical. Bilingualism research around the world.
Advancing the European Multilingual Experience - Bilingualism Matters
Multilingualism is a way of life for many Europeans, and that number is increasing all the time. The EU has 24 official and working languages, and recognises more than 60 regional and minority languages. Immigration and freedom of movement are bringing more and more people into contact with different languages, across different age groups and in different cultural contexts. 1) “Investigate the outstanding cognitive, linguistic and sociological issues in multilingual Europe”. Researchers will develop asse...