Foreign Languages: Fluency Over Mimicry

If learning a foreign language were as easy as falling off a log, everyone would be fluent in multiple languages. So many homeschoolers fail in their goal to learn a foreign language because they practice mimicry rather than pursuing fluency. In this seminar, you'll learn the difference between the two and discover how successful students achieve fluency.

More about Ellen Gerwitz:

Ellen Gerwitz

Ellen Gerwitz has been a homeschooler since 1989, has served as a homeschool leader, speaker, and mentor for more than 20 years in New York, and is passionate about helping others to homeschool successfully. Always obedient to God's promptings, Ellen started her own homeschool support company, Honour of Kings, which offers highly acclaimed Spanish courses for homeschoolers, and a comprehensive and biblically-based history curriculum. She has published four books, with two more in the works, teaches ESL for a French company in her spare time, and she and her husband Matthew joyfully participate in the homeschooling of their four grandchildren.

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