Curriculum Adoption for Elementary History and Social Studies

Mandarin Immersion Program

Our 50/50 Dual Language program creates academically competent, bilingual, and biliterate students through research-based practice and differentiated instruction. We will achieve our program goals while enriching all second language learners in a cross cultural environment.

Program Benefits
  • Students achieve proficiency in both English and Mandarin
  • Students achieve academically at or above grade level in both languages
  • Students develop cross-cultural understanding and respect, as well as experience working and playing in a multi-cultural setting
  • Parents are encouraged to take an active role in their child’s long-term education
  • Biliteracy gives students greater career opportunities
  • Learning a second language helps develop strong thinking and reasoning skills useful for problem-solving in math and science
  • Students develop a high level of self-esteem and confidence
  • Biliteracy helps prepare students to meet the challenges of a global society

Questions? Comments? Contact Adobe Bluffs Elementary School 1-858-538-8403

Valley Dual Language Program

Our 90/10 Dual Language program creates academically competent, bilingual, and biliterate students through research-based practice and differentiated instruction. We will achieve our program goals while enriching all second language learners in a cross cultural environment.

Program Benefits
  • Students achieve proficiency in both English and Spanish
  • Students achieve academically at or above grade level in both languages
  • Students develop cross-cultural understanding and respect, as well as experience working and playing in a multi-cultural setting
  • Parents are encouraged to take an active role in their child’s long-term education
  • Biliteracy gives students greater career opportunities
  • Learning a second language helps develop strong thinking and reasoning skills useful for problem-solving in math and science
  • Students develop a high level of self-esteem and confidence
  • Biliteracy helps prepare students to meet the challenges of a global society

Questions? Comments? send them to Angelica Barragan, DL program coordinator  atabarragan@powayusd.com or call (858) 748-2007 ext.2152

 

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