HOW WORLD LANGUAGE LEARNING AND GLOBAL COMPETENCE COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER | By Meriwynn Mansori - How we can use existing educational infrastructures to provide high-quality world language learning experiences to more students.
The Wisconsin Seal of Biliteracy (Seal) is awarded to graduating high school students in districts with a Department of Public Instruction-approved program, who have demonstrated achievement in bilingualism, biliteracy, and multicultural competence in and through two or more languages (English and a partner language) by successfully participating in the development of the languages through our schools, their families, and the community.
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Multilinguals Have Multiple Personalities | Noam Scheiber—who grew up speaking both Hebrew and English—explains why he stopped speaking only Hebrew to his three-year-old daughter. “My Hebrew self turns out to be much colder, more earnest, and, let’s face it, less articulate," he writes. "In English, my natural sensibility is patient and understated. My style in Hebrew was hectoring and prosecutorial.”