Education, culture, youth and sport
#TheFutureIsYours Education, culture, youth and sport in Europe
Happier language learners, more successful language teachers
All subjects are taught from the easier to learn material to the more complex. Language teaching is an exception, as primary school pupils in today’s Europe begin to teach English, even though the pronunciation of “the” is often difficult in this language, not to mention the difference between written and pronounced words and the many grammatical exceptions. If young children were taught the planned, neutral, live bridge language, Esperanto, as the first foreign language and skill development subject, and then started teaching much more difficult national languages, they could have a successful experience that the learning of other languages could not give. Many young children would like to learn languages, learn the languages of other nations more easily, but they would find it easier to navigate even in their native language. The Slovak author Stano Marc’ek’s textbook for children entitled “Esperanto straight and directly” has been translated into all languages of the European Union between 45 languages, so that children can learn the same curriculum everywhere. Language learners could be happier, language teachers could be more successful. It would become clear to the citizens of the European Union that there is a possibility of equal communication between the peoples of the Union.
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