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Started by a language teacher turned stay-at-home mom, the Organic Language Project connects homeschool families across the Americas and provides them with everything they need to help each other acquire a new language. Rooted in the principles of Charlotte Mason and Francois Gouin, our curriculum will help participants of all levels become providers of living language to their peers across borders. No flash cards. No audio files. Just real people and their voices. Come interact with us!

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Are you anxious about teaching your children a language that you don't speak? Through the Organic Language Project, you teach your own language to another family, and they teach theirs to you. 

This program is designed for your family to acquire Spanish together. Start by filling out a Family Profile, and we will take care of finding a partner family in Latin America that is looking to acquire English. We do our best to find families with children of similar ages and interests.

Once you are matched with a family, you will be invited to join a WhatsApp chat that consists of both families and a member of our team. All communication should take place in this thread to ensure that everyone remains in-the-loop, and also to ensure that everyone stays safe.  

We recommend that you exchange at least one video per week with your partner family via WhatsApp using prompts we provide, though the experience is entirely self-paced. You'll also receive supplementary material about the Spanish language when pertinent, tips about how to get the most out of your experience, and qualitative assessments to measure progress. 


Forge Your Way

We recognize the possibility that members of your family are at different points in their journey towards fluency. We start everyone on our Beginner Trail and move through Intermediate and Advanced because, much like good literature, living language provides different benefits to different learners. Those just starting out may be able to watch a recording and pick out one or two words that they can repeat but not understand. Others who have been more exposed to the language may see and hear the same recording, understand everything, and learn something new about the culture or lifestyle of their partner families.


For this, we hope you think of your Spanish sessions with Organic Language Project much like you think of a read-aloud or a composer study with the whole family. You come together, delight in the messages your partner family sends, find patterns in the melodious nature of the foreign tongue, and depart each having been blessed with something distinct.

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Dictation, Recitation, and Conversation

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The Charlotte Mason Way

The question is not, - how much does the youth know? when he has finished his education - but how much does he care? and about how many orders of things does he care?  In fact, how large is the room in which he finds his feet set? and, therefore, how full is the life he has before him? -- Charlotte Mason (Vol 3, School Education, Chapter XVI)

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