The benefits of learning another language are endless. With classroom instruction mostly in the target language and varied and creative instructional strategies that actively engage students in learning vocabulary, grammar and culture, world language students become
Adaptive problem solvers
From day one in our classrooms, students learn to communicate in the target language by listening not only to their teacher, but also to their peers, to other native speakers, and to authentic audio and video resources. They also learn to read authentic materials like pen pal letters, newspaper articles, tweets, blog posts and literature. Daily instruction provides multiple and rich opportunities for students to communicate, both orally and in written form, with each other in order to practice and perfect the grammar and vocabulary skills they are learning. Language learning is active - students learning by doing as you can see below.