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Free Internet Resources
- World largest resource of 100% free language learning material. Over 150 languages from Acholi to Zulu: https://www.livelingua.com/project
- Kids.net.au pages
- Gateway to K-12 Resources for Less Commonly Taught Languages
Free periodicals, maps, audios, videos, and images of everyday items with language content in dozens of languages. Produced by the UCLA Language Materials Project.
- Languages Online contains resources for language teachers and students. Access is free!
- Georgina suggests taking a look at the BBC schools website as well as Learn French in the Car On the Way to the Fete (CD and book).
- Languages Online is another resource with free worksheets and activities offering French, German, Italian and Spanish.
- Word2Word provides links to free online resources for over 40 different languages in the hope of all people developing a better understanding of others through the use of language. The sites they link to contain lessons to help learn one language from another. The courses vary in quality and the quantity of material presented.
- BabelNation.com is an "outstanding" new online-service offering online language courses in Spanish, French, German, Italian and Portuguese completely free of charge. According to the website: "Whether you want to travel the world, strengthen your language skills for business purposes or just learn a language for the fun of it, "BabelNation.com" will offer you free interactive online language courses. "
- Online Resources for Learning Other Languages in the Homeschool
- Nicole recommends for those wanting to learn Esperanto this free course complete with sound at www.lernu.net
- For more information about why to choose Esperanto read the article by Languages Education in Australia.
- School of Languages in Adelaide teaches all grade levels. Costs $120 for the year plus a few books to buy. It is more of a bargain if enrol yourself then teach your child the same stuff each week whilst reinforcing your own learning!
- Transparent Language is an inexpensive program and offers a free version of its language course for German.
- Effortless English Club - https://effortlessenglishclub.com AJ Hoge unique style and videos, audio and text resources are an aid English language learning for non-English speakers
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