What's a kletskop?
Do you know what happens in your head when you learn to speak, or when you learn a second language? Or what exactly goes wrong when reading is difficult?
During the second edition of Kletskoppen language researchers from the Radboud University and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics will show you in a playful way how language works. They will be waiting for you with interactive demonstrations, surprising children’s lectures and crash courses in foreign languages. There will be multilingual book readings, crafting with words and much more… See below for an overview of the programme.
Kletskoppen is a fun and informative science day for the whole family. Join us on Saturday 27 October 2018 at Central Library De Mariënburg in Nijmegen. We start at 9.30 hrs, but you can come in whenever you want. Entrance is free!
At Kletskoppen you can join in on loads of exciting activities: we have interactive demonstrations of scientific experiments, informative language games, surprising children’s lectures, crash courses in foreign languages, multilingual book readings and much more! See below for an overview.
In the period preceding the festival, we'll share some sneak peek videos of the demonstrations that you can see at the festival. Every week a new one! See below (in Dutch).