Using Literature to Shape Experiences in the World Language Classroom Andrea Adams - Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High, San Diego, CA

¿Hablas español? Parlez-vous français? هل تتحدث العربية؟ 你会说普通话吗?

If you answered no to this you’re not alone. Many people in the United States are a perfect example of a brief and fleeting attempt to learn a language other than English in school. “Less than 1% of American adults today are proficient in a foreign language that they studied in a U.S. classroom” (Friedman, 2015). This lack of proficiency is due . . .


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