Dual Language Immersion in Hybrid/Remote Learning

  • UCPS has partnered with Participate Learning to provide parents with an overview of what Dual Language Immersion instruction will look like this fall. Click on the document below to read about how students will be supported and how we will ensure that learning continues. 

     

    The video below gives an explanation of instruction in kindergarten and 1st grade. For students in grades 2-5, you can expect that there is usually no need to use English. The only exceptions to this include opportunities to make connections between English and the target language, providing directions on at-home assignments (so parents can understand expectations), and to prepare students for formal standardized tests. 

    While this is not a typical situation, we do believe that staying in the immersion program is the best option for our students. 

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  • For more information about the DLI models in UCPS, visit the links below.

    Partnerships

    UCPS partners with Participate to provide support for Dual Language/Immersion. Participate partners with schools and districts to provide dual language curriculum resources, teacher training, overseas hiring and support services. For 30 years, educators have used Participate’s professional development and curriculum, language acquisition and cultural exchange teacher programs to create engaging learning environments that empower teachers and inspire students to create impact on a global scale. Participate is headquartered in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

     

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