In week three of this series on the importance of reading in teaching languages, we talk about learning culture and language.
Inextricably intertwined are culture and language. Without first knowing a language, it is impossible to comprehend a culture. A particular group of people is frequently associated with a specific language. When you communicate in a language, you are interacting with the culture of the language’s speaker. In this episode of The Five-Week Linguist Show, We will talk more about culture and Language.
Language and culture are inextricably linked
Invest your time in input that teaches culture
Understanding cultures to talk and relate to people and find similarities and differences
The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
The Three P’s: Products, Practices, and Perspective
The Chrome Browser Extension
Features of Read-Lang Extension
Tabloids for learning languages or gossip sites
Spanish language publications
Criticism of Duolingo
Types of things that you find in the supermarket
Different Personality Quizzes in French
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