By Mike Motz
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

World Language Program Brings Innovation and Results

 

Mike Motz

Seniors Kollyn Weimer, Mitchell Porter, and Charlie Brockhaus show their Certificates of Bi-Literacy

Imagine that you've saved money for that big trip to Central America and you're making plans to travel in areas you've never been and to relax on pristine, tropical beaches. Yes, most of the people do not speak English, but you figure you won't have any problems since you had four years of Spanish back in high school, and received pretty good grades, too. Then, on your first day of vacation, you're about to check out groceries from a local store, and realize that you can't understand the cashier.

She's speaking so quickly, and not using complete sentences, or at least you think she's not...



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