Capstone Project Title
Karen Moroz and Laura Halldin
Dual Language Immersion programs (DLIPs) have been around for more than 60 years in the United States. DLIPs focus on teaching students subject matter in a second language. This project connects the topics and goals of dual language immersion education to a website that can be used as a source of practice for students that are no longer directly in an immersion program by investigating the question, “What supports can teachers put in place that students can use when they are not directly in a dual language immersion program?” The research intends to illustrate the importance of continued practice and personal motivation to maintain the second language skills students have worked hard to learn throughout a school year. There is a need for a space where students can enrich their learning safely and easily and this research and website design is made for that purpose.
Achievement, Foreign Language, Motivation, Teachers/ Teaching
Henao, Sofia, "Developing Effective Resources To Maintain The Target Language Of A Dual Language Immersion Program" (2022). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 885.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects