To communicate, we should theoretically accept what someone says in terms of pure information or pure criticism. The illusion arises as soon as this supposition is not respected. The illusion of informing or criticizing , and conversely, that of being informed or criticized. It is important to try to identify the degree of illusion of any information or criticism, like we can measure, in thermodynamics, the degree of entropy of a system. Thus information and criticism can objectively be considered as being positive or negative.
BILINGUALISM AT CIPEC
When at CIPEC, we talk about bilingualism, we are not only speaking about the 'quality of a person who is fluent in two languages', but primarily about 'the quality of a person who, having received an education in two languages, has a plural faculty of integration.’
Some people still doubt this:
'To learn division in French and in English, isn't it confusing?' Quite the contrary: by obtaining the same result after writing a division in a different way, the child understands the concept instead of becoming confused by the mechanism of the division. Likewise, to know that the number, represented by the fraction 5/4 is written as 1,25 (in Paris) or 1 1/4 (in London) accelerates the assimilation of rational numbers.
'Does learning a second language jeopardize the first language?' A child, devoid of complexes, plays alternately in both languages from the first year of the kindergarten. Secondly, brought up in an international environment, he/she naturally communicates with friends inside and outside the classroom. In fact, for a teacher, bilingualism is a treasure, for which the key activates the opening mechanism of the other. From now on, will we be able to understand human realities in all their diversities.