Students hooked by fishing trip for English-language learners

A Bethesda, Md., teacher says a 20-year tradition of taking her students on an end-of-year fishing trip has developed into an opportunity for English-language learners from two schools to interact and continue their education outside the classroom. Students learn fishing terms in English and also take time to learn about each other during the annual trip.

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