Are you undecided to what language your learner should study? The French language is a beautiful and expressive language that can be enjoyable and enriching for children. It can be intimidating at first because you aren’t sure where to begin, what resources you would need, and how to get your learner started? In this guide, we are going to provide some useful resources and 10 reasons why your learner should study the French language.
Did you know that French is the official language in 29 countries that include France, Belgium, Canada, and Haiti? Did you know that the French language is spoken by over 300 million people around the world? Learning French can be a valuable and rewarding experience for a number of reasons that include:
Don’t be shy and check it out. Learning a language takes time and a lot of patience, so it is important to remember that it is a process and that they are probably going to make mistakes. Overtime, with a lot of patience, once your learner establishes a good foundation and practices daily, it becomes easier.
While learning a language in an academic setting can be valuable and give you the tools to be exposed to the language, by traveling to the country, your learner can see how effective their French language skills are by testing it with the people from there. Besides its cognitive benefits, studying French can help your learner become a more well-rounded and confident. While it may appear challenging at first, learning French can be a fun and rewarding challenge for children, and it can give them a sense of accomplishment and pride.