Article: Keep your child immersed in your native language
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Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
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Standing and remember! Jun 12, 2017

ProZ.com Staff wrote:

This topic is for discussion of the ProZ.com translation article "Keep your child immersed in your native language".


My child is already 28 and needs no more education on foreign languages.
But I recently tested [too immoral??] with a 5-years old kid.
I keep him standing when I teach him new English vocabularies.
I find that rate of memory of new words is better than teaching while he is sitting.
Neurological theory supports my finding 'standing is better to enhance your brain'. Please read at:
http://www.terrysmall.com/blog/brain-bulletin-71-stand-up-for-your-brain

Dr. Soonthon Lupkitaro
Bangkok


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