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Language is our Music: The Natural Way to…

Language is our Music: The Natural Way to Multilingualism

by Yo Sakakibara

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In Language Is Our Music: The Natural Way to Multilingualism, Yo Sakakibara sets forth his revolutionary ideas about language acquisition, from charming anecdotal stories of language acquisition in children to the scientific investigation of vowel sounds; from meditations on musical scales to a philosophical examination of what it means to be human. Sakakibara's theories have been put into action at LEX / Hippo Family Club language clubs where members of all ages sing the sounds of language to acquire multiple languages in a natural, fun, supportive, immersion-style environment.
*I am delighted to learn of the exciting developments in your work and the enormous progress since I had the pleasure of witnessing some of the early steps in this remarkable program.
-Dr. Noam Chomsky
Institute Professor and Professor of Linguistics at MIT

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 06:41:04 -0400)

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