How To Set Family Reading Goals?

Here we go again. The school bells have rung, the new school year has begun. Whether your kids go to a traditional school, a new-age school or are being home-schooled, reading goals are not (and should not) be restricted to "school". Reading is a life-enriching activity, one that goes farther than the classroom, school, tests, … Continue reading How To Set Family Reading Goals?

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How About That Third Language?

Here, at the Bilingual Reading Blog, we support and encourage bilingualism in all its possible combinations. It's not about the supremacy of one second language over another. It's about the opportunities for cognitive development and human interaction, which expand exponentially when you learn, practice and teach another language. Our mother tongue should only be the … Continue reading How About That Third Language?

Take Me Out To The Book Fair!

A fair where, books, literature and reading are the main attraction...Sign us up! Readers and writers converging outside their separate corners and celebrating the power of creativity...We are there! Book fairs take books out of their usual displays and familiar settings and into the world. In book fairs, you not only connect with books, but … Continue reading Take Me Out To The Book Fair!

How to Tackle Media Literacy as a Family?

According to the Media Literacy Project, media literacy is the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and create media. We become media literate when we are able to understand the messages directed at us by all media outlets, television, radio, Internet, newspapers, billboards, video games, music, and all other forms of mass communication. Now, more than ever, we are faced, … Continue reading How to Tackle Media Literacy as a Family?

Diversity as Part of The Bilingual Classroom

The world is witnessing a historic moment. The social fabric of America is being torn, top to bottom; by confusing messages, "alternative facts", toxic rhetoric, and everything in between. A country that many once held as a self-realized utopia is currently being pushed backwards, at a supersonic pace, stumbling on the same obstacles we thought … Continue reading Diversity as Part of The Bilingual Classroom