Promoting Dual Language Immersion

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Show simple item record Cruz, Jenni De Santiago, Edgar De Santiago, Karina Gonzalez, Rosa Gutierrez, Stephanie Hyde, Hannah Jacquez, Denise Lara, Lauren Martinez, Diana Mendoza, Daisy Murrugarra, Alina Rodriguez, Ashley Navarro Ortiz, Blanca Perez-Muñoz, Yatzari Cisneros, María Sanchez Wright, Isabelle Armstrong, Rachel Elmore, Bethany Fields, Bailey Gause, Joely Hoffer, Rebekah Kasuboski, Jordan Lambertson, Cecilia Martin, Alexandra Persinger, Justin Ramsell, Maddie Rieth, Elizabeth Shaw, Abigail Sturgis, Grant Thomas, Darla Thompson, Peyton Zirnheld, Jerome Allen, Dani Backs, Madeline Castillo-Soto, Jazmin Huynh, Amanda Newlin, Jacob Torrence, Carl Wyse, Amy 2021-06-02T19:21:16Z 2021-06-02T19:21:16Z 2021
dc.description.abstract Advanced Spanish students at BSU (SP305, SP404, SP340) collaborated with elementary schools at two community school districts to promote their dual language immersion (DLI) programs. BSU students explored the state of bilingualism in the U.S. and the benefits of programs such as DLI that enable students to develop proficiency in both Spanish and English, strengthen academic learning and achievement, and cultivate intercultural sensitivity. en_US
dc.description.abstract Files associated with this immersive learning project include the brochures "Why Bilingual Education Is Right For Your Child" and "Por Qué La Educación Bilingüe Mejore El Aprendizaje De Su Hijo" to promote the program within Muncie Community Schools.
dc.relation.ispartof Ball State University Immersive Learning Showcase 2021
dc.title Promoting Dual Language Immersion en_US

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