Yachachik Raul EIBwan llamk’ayninmanta rimashan


Kay podcastpi Natalie Povilonis de Vilchez, lingüística yachaq Universidad de Nueva Yorkpi kaspa, Raul Velasquez Palominowan rimanku Antawaylla llaqtapi Peru suyupi. Raul Talavera llaqtapi, Peru suyupi paqarirqa wakpiraq tiyan warminwan iskay churinwan. Paqarisqanmanta iskay simikunata riman wasinpi, kikllupi, ayllunwan, riqsisqankunawan. Payqa iskay simipi educación intercultural bilingüe nisqanta yachachin, rimasaqku llamkananmanta, kawsayninmanta, ayllunmanta ima. Chay kawsasqanmanta willanqa yachananchikpaq.

En este podcast Natalie Povilonis de Vilchez, estudiante de doctorado de lingüística en la Universidad de Nueva York, habla con Raúl Velásquez Palomino en Andahuaylas, Perú. Raúl nació en Talavera, Perú donde todavía vive con su esposa y sus dos hijas. Raúl habla dos lenguas desde su nacimiento. El habla en dos lenguas en contextos familiares y con sus amigos. Él es profesor de Educación Intercultural Bilingüe en Quechua y español. En este Podcast, Natalie y Raul conversan sobre el trabajo que Raúl realiza. Él nos habla acerca de su familia y sus experiencias de vida.

In this podcast Natalie Povilonis de Vilchez, PhD student at New York University, speaks with Raul Velasquez Palomino in Andahuaylas, Peru. He was born in the town of Talavera in Peru, and he still lives there with his wife and two daughters. From birth he has spoken two languages at home and in public, with his family and with his friends. He teaches Intercultural Bilingual Education in Quechua and Spanish. They converse about his work, his way of life, and his family. He tells us about his way of life so that we can learn.

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