Bridging the gap between childhood learning and high school studies!
The Language Project’s six level middle school programs provide world-readiness by preparing students to participate in a multi-lingual environment that values other cultures, with the goal of developing proficiency in a second language. TLP has developed comprehensible input based curriculum that enables students to use the new language in real life situations in an immersion setting.
What Makes The Language Project‘s Middle School Program 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
TLP Middle School Courses
The Language Project’s immersion-centered approach ramps up as students learn in an environment centered on cultural understanding. In the first level of this course, students use previous knowledge to continue their proficiency in reading, listening, speaking, and writing in Spanish through six units of study.
Continuing from the progress in Level 1, the journey in this section of Discovery Immersion takes students through another six units of coursework, allowing them to improve their Spanish usage even further with a mixture of reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills.
In the final six units of Discovery Immersion, middle school students synthesize all the previous skills developed to prepare for higher levels of Spanish learning. This course continues the focus on improving all language-related skills, including reading, writing, and speaking.