Amy Roe began learning Spanish at home 18 years ago. In the spring of 2006 she graduated from the University of Minnesota with two degrees: a B.A.A. in Spanish Education and a B.A. in Spanish. Amy also earned an M.A. in Linguistics in summer of 2014.
Rachel Roe also began her language-learning journey at home. When she attended a charter high school, she was able to skip a year of Spanish because of what she learned at home.
We feel that we have learned a lot about language learning; we are happy to be able to pass along five tips and explain how those tips helped us on our language journey.
CNS offers other packets: reading lists, writing helps, and life skills:
Books for Boys
More Books for Boys
Great Reading for Girls – Ages 4-12
More Great Reading for Girls
Good Books for Teenage Girls
A Treasure Chest of American History Resources
Design a Reading Quilt
Launch a Reading Rocket
Pastimes in Picture Books
The Story Corner
20 Easy-to-Learn Fiction Writing Techniques
Keep a Portion in Your Pocket and a Passage in Your Head
Tips for Learning World Languages at Home
by Christian Novel Studies
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