LCF Fun Languages Seeks Passionate Teachers for Language Learning Centres

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    In the diverse landscape of global business, the demand for multilingual skills is on the rise. LCF Fun Languages, an international language education franchise, is at the forefront of this linguistic revolution. Established in 1985, LCF Fun Languages operates a network of language learning centers across Australia, Europe, Australasia, South America, and Asia. With a unique methodology based on the natural language acquisition process of children, LCF Fun Languages aims to empower the next generation with the skills and confidence to communicate in French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Italian, German, or English.

    The LCF Fun Languages Approach:

    At the core of LCF Fun Languages’ success is a teaching approach that combines various engaging elements, including drama, storytelling, technology, songs, crafts, and games. This innovative blend ensures that children not only learn a new language but also develop a profound understanding of and appreciation for it. By mimicking the way children naturally acquire languages, the LCF method facilitates a rapid and enjoyable learning experience.

    The Programs:

    LCF Fun Languages offers language programs in a variety of settings, including pre-schools, childcare centres, kindergartens, Montessori schools, and before and after-school programs. This wide range of offerings allows children to seamlessly integrate language learning into their daily routines, fostering a holistic and immersive language acquisition experience.

    The languages currently offered by LCF Fun Languages include French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Italian, German, and English. This diverse selection reflects the global nature of the program, catering to the linguistic needs of children across continents.

    Join the LCF Fun Languages Family:

    As LCF Fun Languages continues to expand its reach and impact, the need for passionate and dedicated teachers has never been greater. The franchise is actively seeking educators who share its commitment to making language learning a fun and rewarding experience for children.

    Teachers at LCF Fun Languages play a pivotal role in shaping the linguistic capabilities of the next generation. The curriculum encourages educators to utilize creative and interactive teaching methods, ensuring that each child not only learns a new language but also develops a genuine enthusiasm for cross-cultural communication.

    Why Teach with LCF Fun Languages?

    Global Impact: By joining LCF Fun Languages, teachers become part of a global movement to equip children with essential language skills. The ripple effect of this impact is felt in communities around the world.

    Innovative Teaching Methods: LCF Fun Languages provides its teachers with a unique and proven methodology that combines entertainment with education. This ensures that language learning is a joyful and memorable experience for both educators and students.

    Diverse Cultural Exposure: As a teacher with LCF Fun Languages, you’ll have the opportunity to expose children to different cultures and foster an appreciation for diversity. This enriching aspect of the job goes beyond language acquisition and contributes to the development of well-rounded individuals.

    Professional Development: LCF Fun Languages is committed to the growth and development of its educators. Through ongoing training and support, teachers have the opportunity to enhance their teaching skills and stay updated on the latest educational trends.

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      Time: 03:30 pm – 04:30 pm              Day: Tuesdays

      Location: 71/75 Scotsburn Way, Endeavour Hills VIC 3802

      Start and End Day: 29/05/2018 to 26/06/2018

      Teacher Name: Dr Ling She

      Classroom: TBA

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      Support Number: 0421327545

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      The results revealed that French, German and Mandarin are the top three languages that will set children up for life so they can take advantage of maximum opportunities as adults. 

      Over 2,000 UK parents with children under 18-years-old were surveyed in the study, which was carried out by the Centre of Economics and Business Research and Opinium in partnership with Heathrow airport. 

      As well as identifying the top three languages that children should learn to set them up for success as adults, the results also revealed that kids across the country are missing out on many opportunities that learning languages presents to them.

      According to the research, 45% of parents currently have children who can’t speak a second language to a basic level where they can have a simple conversation, such as introducing themselves, ordering food, asking for directions or what time it is.

      On the contrary 85% of those parents surveyed believe language skills are very important for children and 27% agree that it will improve their children’s future career opportunities and employability.

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