Capstone Project Title
Connecting Culturally And Linguistically Responsive Protocols To Language Learning In A Third-Grade French Immersion Classroom
The basis of this capstone is to address the question: How do culturally and linguistically responsive discussion protocols assist in language learning in a third-grade French immersion classroom? The author describes her connections to immersion programs and culturally and linguistically responsive teaching, and what drove her to research this topic. The literature then delves into the three aspects of the research question; culturally and linguistically responsive teaching, language learning, and French immersion programs. The basis of the work revolves around Doctor Sharroky Hollie’s research around CLR pedagogy, and how this information can be transferred to encourage more oral language production in the classroom. Next, the author describes the social studies unit capstone project, the intended audience and outcomes, as well as the theorists that influenced this work. The final chapter explains how this research can benefit other educators and be communicated.
Assessment, Curriculum, Foreign Language, Learning Styles
Skoog, Isabelle, "Connecting Culturally And Linguistically Responsive Protocols To Language Learning In A Third-Grade French Immersion Classroom" (2019). School of Education Student Capstone Projects. 381.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects