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  1. Hello everyone, I am new to this forum, my child is fluent in French (CM2) moving to homeschooling, this is our first year... :hurray: ​ We are using "CNED a la carte" for Francais only, and he is doing a lot of his work independently. We also use the help of a tutor twice a week. We are surviving that part so far, however, I don't speak any French. I have done well signing him up and moving through the first couple of lessons. But, I don't understand what to do with the evaluations, or if the book pages need to be sent back for corrections. I keep looking for the link on the website to send the copies online and can't find it. Please, if any of you have experience with the way CNED works, I would appreciate your help. Alexa :confused1:
  2. Hi, I'm new here. Right now I'm looking for a Spanish language arts curriculum or guide for 2nd grade. It is as a first language, English is our second language. I can't believe it's so hard to find something good! Is anyone in the same situation? Thanks!
  3. Hi forum, this is probably a long shot, but are there any homeschooling families in Kansas City area, who are bilingual in German and/or Russian? I am hoping to find like-minded people and give the children the opportunity to speak with someone else then the parent all the time. And also to be able to exchange ideas on bi- or trilingual homeschooling. Hope to find someone :) Christina
  4. I am just curious if any one else is pursuing this......:tongue_smilie: Since I feel like a rarity in any homeschooling groups.... We do almost all the subjects in both Mandarin and English every day. Now my DD1 (just turned 8 this week) is learning much more and quicker in all her subjects in English, I feel I am in a rat race everyday trying to maintain her Mandarin writing and reading....
  5. Admittedly this isn't for beginner level FL's...but it could be reinforcement for a language or help if you are doing a bilingual school - and it could be good prep for going abroad to study... Iversity.org by the German gov Stifterverband - for the German science community Eliademy by Nokia veterans in Finland Miriada X - MOOC's in Spanish in Spain OpenupEd - an initiative by Europe's open universities to collect and organize their MOOC's on a pan- European site..small selection now but in 12 languages including Arabic and Hebrew Some by the UK if you want a foreign perspective Future Learn (by Open University) from this article in IHT - I can't find a direct link but if you go to this page: http://intranews.sns.it/ and scroll down (or use Find - for 'classroom') you can find this article - "Another Classroom revolution on the Web" by Schuetze Joan
  6. Hi All. You guys were a big help during our last adoptions as I panicked over curriculum and shared cores/grade levels, etc. We are at it again. This time she is 6 and has dwarfism and other special needs, and she will obviously come home speaking Mandarin. Because of her dwarfism she has been denied going to school. (Her story is on my blog, below.) My questions are basically from an age/esl/grade level perspective as we play catch up here. Our other kids are 5, 3, 2, and 1. We use Sonlight and Abeka. 5 year old will go with me to China and is learning functional Mandrin (at a much better rate than I am!) Any of you out there have any suggestions on the following topics? -ESL -two in kindergarten, different paces -we are worksheet/book people - this will not work for new DD. audio or visual currics you love? -combining an OLDER child (new DD) with a younger in preschool to catch up without causing weird dynamics? -focus on language first, other areas second? and any other advice. Much appreciated! Missy www.roepnack.blogspot.com
  7. Hi all! I have been a member of this board for a while and even posted once or twice, but I have never introduced myself lol. I understand most of the acronyms used here but please forgive me if I am not exactly fluent. I guess once I post more and more, I will grow more accustomed to using the acronyms in my own posts. I am a proud mama and here's a little about our family: My daughter is 8 and loves technology, music, dolls, and stories. She is a severe dyslexic and has been held back a year in school prior to being diagnosed. She had an outside OG tutor who taught her to read and write. Her school uses Wilson fundations but the staff knows NOTHING about dyslexia. This is her second school and I am looking to homeschool her because her little spirit has been crushed by the whole schooling experience. She gets speech in school for articulation. My son is 6 and loves art, photography, baseball, and cracking jokes. He appears to have dyslexia and ADHD but is only in kindergarten, so I can't say for sure. He was having an even tougher time in school and was going to have to repeat kindergarten because of his behavior and reading trouble, but I objected. We are working on getting him diagnosed but I am also looking for another school for him. Or I may homeschool him as well if I can find the right fit for him. He also has some articulation issues and will start speech therapy outside the school this summer. I teach adult ESL and have a lot of Orton-Gillingham training. We live in a billingual - English & Spanish - household but the kids only read & write in English.
  8. Hi all who are trying to do bilingual high school with French :-) Many people know about the CNED studies, but these are for the Swiss Maturité.... So for some subjects the material is a pretty high level (mathematics)...but for some of the regular level sciences and human sciences, you would have the opportunity to hear a teacher teaching in French at an easier level. The thing is the modules are only good for a fixed amount of time once you pay - but they are half priced til June. The school is where my ds2 studied to do the matu and he knows the teachers. We're going to do the chemistry after we've done it all in English for dd to hear the concepts in French....and history as well... Joan
  9. Hi, I am interested in finding a bilingual spanish/english curriculum to teach my 2 year old daughter. Scripted curriculum might work best since I understand spanish, read spanish but I am nervous about speaking spanish (it does not naturally flow or I freeze up). I am sure this will help me as well. Any suggestions? :bigear: Also do you have any experience with Your baby Can Speak Spanish? Any DVD sets you can suggest to supplement? :bigear: Thanks, cabreban
  10. Hi Everyone. I'm new/coming back. My son, now 12, has been studying in Spanish for the past 3 years and has fallen behind in English. I feel overwhelmed trying to catch him up. Everything I have read says he must write ... not only read. But I'm not sure how MUCH as he is a bit ADD and somewhat Oppositional. Where do I start so he can write a little each day, but not have meltdowns? I'm not sure where or how to post this? Thanks to anyone who can help me.. over here, back to homeschooling in Panama. Elizabeth
  11. Hi! I'm looking for some help from some veteran bilingual homeschoolers! My sons are bilingual in German and ENglish (my oldest fairly equally, though his German is a bit better), and I'm wondering what to do about reaching reading. His is only pre-K but I want to start teaching reading when he is about 4. My question -- do I do reading in both languages simultaneously or first one then the other--and which first? I am thinking perhaps German first would be better since it's easier than English and it's his dominant language, but I'm a bit worried that he'll then apply German phonics to his English reading. Any recommendations? thank you all so much! Laura
  12. We are a trilingual family. My husband's native language (Hindi), mine ( German) and English. We both speak our language with our daughter and English to each other. For now, she's 2 and a half it looks like English will be her dominant language overall, then German, then Hindi. One of the reasons to homeschool is to ensure she will be able to grow fluent in both our native languages,too. So how would you approach the logistics of this? I was thinking of hiring a tutor in Hindi, I only understand basic Hindi and don't write it at all. Though my husband makes an effort he's not consistent and sometimes is very busy at work. Would she be too confused if I start talking in English to her for schooling purposes or do you think it will work out just fine because by the time we actually do schooling she'll be able to comprehend why I'm doing it? Someone help me think through this...
  13. I do speak Spanish, but my dh does not. My eldest son has been doing Rosetta Stone for a couple of years, but was frustrated because he couldn't really "converse" with anyone. Recently I purchased "So You Really Want to Learn Spanish" by Galore Park. Ds likes that it immediately got him talking, started with helpful conversation pieces, and focuses on grammar. BUT, I realize that we'll all need more conversation practice. My two younger dc (7 and 4) want to learn too, but wouldn't be able to work in the text, obviously. They'd have to pick things up verbally. So how do you successfully do this, especially with littles? Thanks! Hillary
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