The Benefits of Dual-Language Immersion Programs
CALEC Bulletin #61 - Dual-Language Immersion Programs offer numerous advantages, both to native and non-native English speakers, through the acquisition of academic content in two different languages.
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Both native and non-native English speakers benefit from learning academic content in two languages.
L’idiome “Cœur d’artichaut, une feuille pour tout le monde” en toile de fond du nouveau livre The Heart of an Artichoke : A Dialogue à Deux about French Language, Literature, and Life révèle cette passion individuelle qui doit accompagner tout processus d’apprentissage des langues.
CALEC at the AATF Convention in New Orleans
Visit CALEC’s booth, discover our books and meet the authors who will be there to present their books: French All Around US, One Good Question, The Heart of an Artichoke.
Book Talk on July 9 in Lafayette, LA
Join author Rhonda Broussard at Beausoleil Books for a discussion about her first book One Good Question on Saturday, July 9 at 3PM CST in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Do you want your child to love math? This picture book could be just what you were looking for. With the help of their teacher Ms Penguin, Hope, Leroy, Mike and Tia discover what really is cool about math.
Available now in English, French, Italian, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Chinese, and Spanish.
Frantastique, the daily French workout. Personalized online frenchlessons: all levels, all users.
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