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Click to see an interactive map that displays world languages that don't use a gendered pronoun. The number of languages with a gender neutral word for person might surprise you! http://bit.ly/1tIfvhH
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See how one family is using our German courses to teach a foreign language in a homeschool setting.
Learning German Using and Online Foreign Language Course

A language course that works? Oh, yes! 

My daughter has been taking online German lessons with +Middlebury Interactive Languages and we love it! 

We've had problems in the past with language programs that did not successfully help her retain the studied language. That is not the case with these online German lessons.

She retains the vocabulary and even finds ways to work the words into her daily speaking. Find out more about this exciting program in my post. (You can also enter a giveaway for your own language course!)
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Case Study: Bringing World #Language Education to Everyone - bit.ly/1ujdbf5 
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Interested in learning about teaching world languages in a homeschool setting? Join us and +iHomeschool Network for a special event!
Would you like to teach foreign language in your homeschool? Our special guest +Middlebury Interactive Languages will be sharing there expertise when it comes to incorporating foreign language in your homeschool! 

Join the bloggers of  for our weekly iHomeschool Hangout Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 6pm PT/ 7pm MT/ 8pm CT/ 9pm ET
 
The time above adjusts for your time zone unless you are on a mobile device. If you click YES/MAYBE, this event will be added to your calendar and you will receive reminders.

Please invite your friends who might be interested - the more the merrier! 

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Share your questions and comments on this event page before and during the live hangout.

Watch live at 9 PM ET Thursday in three ways: 
1. right here on this event page  
2. on http://ihomeschoolnetwork.com/hangouts
3. mobile viewers use this option: via YouTube ►Teaching Foreign Language for Homeschool

Can't make Thursday 9 PM ET? Watch recorded in the same three ways.

Or listen to the audio version in podcast on
iTunes ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ihomeschool-hangouts-podcast/id790530950
or
+Stitcher Radio  ►http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=41749&refid=stpr

Read more event page etiquette here►http://jimmielanley.com/event-page-etiquette/ #ihsnet   #homeschool  
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The Importance of Introducing Technology to Children at an Early Age: bit.ly/1ujYGsp 
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Fantastic article by National Geographic on using crowdsourcing to help preserve languages at the brink of extinction: http://bit.ly/1u9Dzpc
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The Classroom Refresh contest begins this Friday! Submit your music videos for a chance to win a classroom edtech makeover worth up to $70,000: http://bit.ly/1BM3KXX 
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7 untranslatable foreign words personally selected by our Middlebury Interactive staff: http://bit.ly/1r4nJOb 
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With at least three million native speakers in 44 countries, could #Spanish   be the language of the future? http://bit.ly/1s4EOno
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"To speak a language is to take on a world, a culture." http://bit.ly/1oHMLhn
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