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Copy of Digital Scrapbook

Use this fun digital scrapbook template from Prezi to capture and share your life events.

Alessandra Sironi

on 25 April 2016

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Americans should learn a second language " " -Information technology
-Law enforcement
-Government or Embassies
-Library science
-Among many others " " I speak English, so
I don't have to learn
a foreign language. Co-author Victoria Marian said: "People do crossword puzzles and other activities to keep their minds sharp. But the advantages we've discovered in dual language speakers come automatically simply from knowing and using two languages. "These findings, that development of second language may improve a specific aspect of cognitive function in later life, are very interesting," said Professor Clive Ballard, the director of the research. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-17892521 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3794479.stm Last updated 1 May 2012 General Benefits:
1. Understanding of another Culture
2. Improves Thinking Skills
3. Improvements in Academic Performance for Students
4. Increased Opportunities in the Workplace
5. Makes Learning More Languages Even Easier Some Jobs that required People with a Second Language {
As Shakespeare wrote in Love’s Labor Lost, “They have been at a great feast of languages, and stolen only the scraps.”
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