We live in an age where migration, freedom of movement, and better career opportunities permit families to move and work wherever they choose. Speaking another language, therefore, is imperative if young people are to make the most of living and working in the 21st Century.
International Schools Have An Important Role To Play In Encouraging And Facilitating Active Language Development
“International schools need to be leading the way in encouraging multiple language development from an early age,” according to AISPP (Australian International School, Phnom Penh).
But why is this? And is learning a different or additional language just about ensuring kids can best compete for jobs and are equipped with the vocabulary they need to communicate with others? AISPP believes it goes much deeper than that.
“Learning a language develops cultural sensitivity, international awareness and a global mindset, all of which are essential skills in today’s globalized and interconnected world and work climate.”
Developing These ‘Soft Skills’ Increases The Life Chances Of Students
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