The Gift of Language Spanish Immersion

The Gift of Language Spanish Immersion Program provides a total language immersion experience in a multicultural setting for students seeking to become proficient in two languages - English and Spanish.

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Our curriculum incorporates a mix of grammar, exposure to culture and intrigue in a real life immersion setting in each camp. Students will learn about different countries through projects inspired by each culture. They will get to experience of what it is like to travel to these desirable destinations, and learn about culture, music, food, entertainment and more.

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Spanish I - Click to Read More

Students in Spanish I will: Use single words and simple phrases to identify the names of people, places, and things; use appropriate pronunciation to present phrases; use single words and simple phrases, such as those for weather, days of the week, months, seasons, numbers and daily classroom activities to present to an audience, name common objects and actions related to other disciplines. Identify arts, sports, games and media from the target culture; and understand roles in school or community traditions related to the Latin culture.

Spanish II

Students in Spanish II will: Use words and phrases in presentations on familiar topics, such as likes, dislikes, emotions, everyday activities, and immediate surroundings; use the language to recite and act out simple poetry and songs; use appropriate pronunciation and voice inflection in spoken presentations; use words and phrases about the weather, date, seasons, numbers, and daily classroom activities to give a spoken or written presentation. Use words and phrases to describe common objects and actions related to other disciplines; use words and phrases to describe arts, sports, games, and media from the target culture; use words and phrases to participate in school or community events related to the Latin culture.

Spanish III

Spanish III Students in will: create simple phrases and short sentences in spoken or written presentations to provide information about familiar topics; use the language to recite and act out poetry, songs and simple stories from the Latin culture; engage in simple dialogues using familiar structures and vocabulary; use the language to give short spoken or written presentations about familiar academic topics; produce a sequence of simple phrases and short sentences related to common themes in other disciplines; use simple phrases and short sentences to describe arts, sports, games, and media from the Latin culture; use simple phrases and short sentences to present information in school or community events.

Early Sign Up for Spring Break Camp Classes

Do not miss out on early enrollment! Your child will be engaged with challenging activities and exercises from 7:30am to 6PM. Give the ones you love the Gift of Language!

Children who learn in two languages benefit from high academic achievement, language proficiency, increased critical thinking skills, increased cognitive development and greater cultural sensitivity, according to recent studies.

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