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Promoting multilingual approaches in teaching and learning

Last Updated: 4 Dec 2019

UNESCO learning portal

Multilingualism is good for us. Not only does speaking more than one language keep our brains healthy as we age, but it has multiple benefits for children too, such as giving them an academic advantage and improving their employment prospects once they leave school. Moreover, multilingualism gives us access to more than one culture, and improves our understanding of our own cultures.
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