Ala. school uses cross curricular approach to teach languages

04/22/2014 | AL.com (Alabama)

Students at a school in Alabama are learning the language, art, music and cooking of French speaking countries through cross curricular projects. The school uses a world language approach in which students are exposed to a variety of languages until fourth grade when they choose one language for concentrated study. During a recent lesson, students created French impressionist art as part of their French unit.

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