FLAG Spanish Dual Language Immersion Program
The Spanish FLAG program encompasses our mission in education in the 21st century and in the fully of implementation of the Common Core State Standards from a bilingual and biliterate perspective. The program develops long-life learners who are scholars, historians, and strong bilingual communicators. At Toll, students take two classes in Spanish: Ms. María Capdevila-Gutiérrez teaches 7th and 8th Spanish Language Arts, and Dr. Jordi Solsona-Puig teaches World History (7th) and U.S. History (8th). Additionally, the SFLAG students take the AAPPL and DELE tests annually to monitor their language progress.The Spanish FLAG program at Toll exposes students to a well-rounded and balanced curriculum that includes an appreciation for the arts. Students in the Spanish FLAG program are culturally aware and sensitive individuals on a global scale. Most importantly, the students, parents, and staff who involve themselves with the Spanish dual immersion program at Toll are a tight-knit and caring entity that can many times is described as the SFLAG “family”.
- This is a link to some of our video-projects in the SFLAG program.
- Spanish Language Arts Textbooks. (Santillana) En Español 7. En Español 8.
- US History Textbook (Spanish Edition). (McDougal Littell). 7th Grade. 8th Grade.
Spanish Dual Language Immersion Program
Spanish was the first Dual Language Immersion program in Glendale Unified, beginning at Edison Elementary in 2003. The Spanish Dual Language Immersion program has since expanded to both Franklin and Muir Elementary Schools. The program focuses on high levels of language proficiency in English and Spanish.
For more information, contact Dr. Nancy Hong, Director, Foreign Language Academies of Glendale and Magnet Programs