Australian school embraces language-immersion initiative

09/8/2013 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Campsie Public School was an early adopter of Australia's 2010 plan to emphasise Asian languages through immersion programmes. Campsie has focused on Korean, and recent research by the University of Sydney suggests the investment in language immersion is paying off for students. Students at the school spend at least one hour a day learning a regular school subject in a foreign language.

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