Salima Qureshi-Biagiotti is an American speech-language pathologist living in Florence since 2004. She has volunteered to write a column on language development in regards to Bilingualism. Here is a description of her upcoming articles in the Spring Issue. Her first one is on The Bilingual Child: Mother-Tongue (Discusses importance of parents using their mother-tongue to establish self-identity, self-esteem, connection to both parents homeland…etc.) The second will be The Bilingual Child: Defining Bilingualism (Deciding to raise a child bilingually should be carefully planned. Creating a definition that best fits your family is the first step.)
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Marvelous! Thoroughly looking forward to this column.
Thanks, She might write some more, but for now here are the links to the other ones she did write awhile back.
View my pages:
The Bi/Multilingual Child: A Language Plan
The Bi/Multilingual Child: Tips For Success