Foreign Language Exposure

Foreign Language Exposure

Author: Jonathan Broehl

Students will understand the relationship between how much language exposure they have in class compared to outside of class.

Forty minutes a day in a foreign language classroom is not enough time for the student to learn and practice language skills. Students need to be self-advocating in that they are properly preparing and practicing outside of the classroom to be able to demonstrate their proficiency in the classroom with the teacher. With students spending more time outside of the foreign language classroom, the interaction between teacher and students positively increase.

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Foreign Langauge Exposure

Foreign Language Exposure inside and outside of school.