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About Ute Limacher-Riebold
She published numerous articles on French and Italian medieval Literature and Linguistics.
Ute has published the monographies "Entre Novas et Romans. Pour l'interprétation de Flamenca" (Edizioni dell'Orso). "Le salut d amour provençal: observations sur l'évolution du genre" (Universität Zürich), as well as many articles about the italian medieval poet from the 14th Century Antonio Pucci (1310-1388).
She is Co-Autor of "La circulation des nouvelles au moyen-âge, Actes de la journée d'études" (Edizioni dell'Orso, University of Zurich, 24 January 2002) and Co-Editor of the "Revue Critique de Philologie Romane", published at the Romanisches Seminar at the University of Zurich, which contains exclusively scientific articles and reviews in the field of Romance Philology and is written in multiple languages (German,English,Italian,French,Spanish,Portuguese,Romantsch).
Books by Ute Limacher-Riebold:
-"Entre Novas et Romans. Pour l'interprétation de Flamenca" (1996) (Edizioni dell'Orso)
-"Dutched Up! Rocking the Clogs Expat Style" (2014)
-"How to raise confident multicultural children" (2020)
-"The Toolbox for Multilingual Families" (2020)
She has contributed to the following books:
-"Finding Home. Third Culture Kids in the World" Rachel Jones,
-"This Messy Mobile Life" by Mariam Ottimofiore
-"Third Culture Kids. The Experience of Growing Up Among Worlds" by Ruth E. Van Reken, David C. Pollock and Michael V. Pollock (2017)
-"Multilingual is Normal: An Anthology of Voices, Talking About Talking (English Edition)", Cate Hamilton (2020)
Ute Limacher-Riebold grew up in Italy and lived in Switzerland, Italy and France before moving to the Netherlands in 2005 where she lives with her Swiss German husband and three children.
She writes about the following topics: Multilingualism,Intercultural Communication, Third Culture Kids etc.
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'A must-read for all educators, parents, and everyone involved in the education of children. Inspiring!' - Lenia Tavares, Mum, Foreign Languages Teacher, Language and Communication Impairment in Children Specialist, B.Sc., M.Sc.
How to Raise Confident Multicultural Children is the uniquely empowering guidebook to the bilingual and multicultural parenting journey. It includes practical tips and ideas from diverse professionals for even greater success raising confident and resilient kids of mixed ethnic backgrounds who are bilingual / trilingual / multilingual. It includes full chapter contributions by Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold, Dr. Brigitte Vittrup, Dr. Mary-Pat O'Malley-Keighran, Rita Rosenback, Lisa Ferland, Brian Vassallo, Tamara Yousry, Yui Mikuriya, Elisavet Arkolaki.
How to Raise Confident Multicultural Children will enable you to...
✓ Deepen your grasp of how it is growing up with more than one culture and the opportunities that come with it
✓ Boost your child’s language development by understanding what are language delays in multilingual children and what to do about them
✓ Strengthen your efforts by nurturing a child who embraces and feels proud of her mixed heritage since early childhood
✓ Empower yourself by getting access to well-researched information by diverse experts which will enable you to make informed decisions
✓ Experience a smoother parenting journey with your bilingual child
1. Inventing identities for our multicultural children by Elisavet Arkolaki
2. The debate over multiculturalism and what we can learn from the Canadian model by Elisavet Arkolaki
3. My identity crisis growing up in numerous cultures by Yui Mikuriya
4. Why urging our children to embrace different cultures and learn different languages matters by Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold
5. The 5 most common challenges a parent faces while raising a multicultural kid and how to address them by Vivian Chiona, Dr. Brigitte Vittrup, Elisavet Arkolaki
6. 5 mistakes parents make when trying to raise bilingual children by Rita Rosenback
7. Language delays in multilingual children: what are they and what to do about them by Dr. Mary-Pat O'Malley-Keighran
8. Raising multilingual children with additional needs abroad by Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold
9. Confident moms raise confident kids - On finding your tribe abroad by Lisa Ferland
10. Media influences on children by Dr. Brigitte Vittrup
11. The impact of culture on the education of the young by Brian Vassallo
12. Promoting tolerance, practical tips - What we should do to enhance religious tolerance at home (parents) and at school (teachers) by Brian Vassallo
13. Crossing the Deep Cultural Divide by Tamara Yousry
14. The stories you should tell your multicultural kid every day by Elisavet Arkolaki
15. A list of websites and blogs about multilingualism & multiculturalism
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Would you like to find some fun and entertaining ways to do so in all your family languages?
The Toolbox for Multilingual Families is aimed at parents who are raising their children with more than one language, and are looking for activities to foster their children’s understanding, speaking, reading and writing skills in all their languages, no matter if they acquired them from birth or added them later on.
The authors have selected 123 activities and games for 0-15+ year-olds – and adults! – that can easily be adapted to different languages, to all levels of fluency, and are suitable for two or more people. The descriptions are short and easy to follow. The activities and games in this Toolbox don't involve electronic devices and only those in the reading and writing section require a minimum of tools (paper, pen, glue etc.).
The activities and games can also be helpful to transform "face time" with grandparents, extended family and friends into enjoyable and memorable experiences with "effective language learning" as a side effect.
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There is one thing we can guarantee about this book. If you have ever lived in the Netherlands, at least one story in it will resonate with you. In all likelihood, there are a lot of stories that will sound familiar and have you nodding your head in agreement or shaking it in shared frustration. This book will help you appreciate the many moments of beauty, learning and growing.
Dutched Up! is a collection of tales by some pretty amazing women who have learned to rock their clogs, expat style.