Thank you to all speakers, participants and foreign guests for their active participation in this conference!
Below you will find the conference materials and we invite you to further cooperation.



Introduction to the project - (in Polish)
Dr Adam Gogacz and Marta Kędzia - University of Social Sciences, Poland


The Multilingual Family resources
Joel Josephson, Kindersite, UK

Advantages of multilingualism - (in Polish)
Dr Magdalena Olpińska-Szkiełko, University of Warsaw (Institute of Anthropocentric Linguistics and Culturology)


Integrating music with early language learning
Dr Karen M. Ludke, Department of English and History, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Edge Hill University, UK and University of Prince Edward Island, Canada


Bilingualism in (monoligual?) English classroom environment - the challenges for children, parents and schools
Dr Maja Jankowska, Ph.D, MA, B.Ed, CPsychol, MBPsS, FHEA, Department of Psychology, University of Bedfordshire, UK


Multilingual families portraits – inspirational stories
Anna Uslowa, Andy Highton



WORKSHOP MATERIALS:


Teacher 2.0 - Using project and on-line resources to support multilingualism at school
Petra Schacherlová, Language School PELICAN, Brno, Czech


Motivating children to become multilingual with the use of music and video
Dr Susana Gómez, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain/The Mosaic Art And Sound, UK and Joel Josephson, Kindersite, London, UK


My dog makes wang wang. What about yours, daddy?
Thomas Fritz und Dilek Donat, Wiener Volkshochschulen, Vienna, Austria


Dealing With “Mythology” - How The Science Fights With Myths About Multilingualism.
Dr Adam Gogacz, University of Social Sciences in Lodz, Poland