The Language Project’s elementary programs contain a spiraled six-level foreign language curriculum where students develop functional skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish. Using a comprehensible input (Ci) approach, the activities build and require increasing levels of engagement and understanding over time. That means that our elementary programs cater to your child’s growth and ensure they understand fundamentals of the language before moving to the next level.
What Makes The Language Project‘s Elementary Programs Different?
Grounded in Development
TLP strives to develop and integrate whole body learning of the four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Real-World Communication Skills
Reinforce real-world communication skills, allowing students to apply language in common situations.
All TLP programs feature a full academic year of units and lessons as well as summer camps so the language acquisition never stops!
Language Acquisition Experts
TLP Teachers are trained in second language acquisition and comprehensible input methodologies representing multiple countries around the globe.
Our curriculums feature highly interactive activities that reinforce skills in differing contexts and foundational language knowledge.
TLP utilizes authentic material, to build student confidence and comfort in the target language.
TLP’s curriculum is aligned with the National Foreign Language Standards.
A Brighter Future
Students completing TLP’s elementary or middle school program will have developed a level of fluency in the target language that will afford them higher level acquisition opportunities.