Recent brain research sheds light on polyglot brains
This is an interesting and motivating educational video about the benefits of having a multilingual brain.
In this video, Mia Nacamulli takes us through some of the many reasons that being bilingual (and multilingual) "keeps your brain healthy, complex and actively engaged".
This was published for free on TED Ed which makes it easy for teachers to build a lesson plan based on the content of this video.
Some of the remarkable advantages
I don't want to spoil the goodies, but here are a couple of advantages pointed out in the video: