A plurilingual approach to learning English
Plurilingualism is a concept acknowledged by CEFR that a language is not learned in isolation from other languages. Students learning a foreign language will inevitably use comparisons with their native language to form personal reasoning and understanding. Additional languages students are exposed to will all play an influential part in helping them to develop a general language proficiency. Our learning resources use contexts which reflect on everyday experiences in Thailand so that students can explore conversational English more naturally through dual language reinforcement.