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The article discusses the implications of bilingual education. AS an EFL teacher and having studied other language, the idea of including second language learning within another class and subject is quite foreign to me. However, I think it is a really interesting idea as students can either learn a language or compliment their current language class by using language in a real life situation.
Suggests and addresses the need for further curriculum development within the IB PYP in terms of additional (often foreign) language learning within the diverse community of International schools that follow the IB curriculum, in order for schools to become more explicit and unified in their language policies. Includes suggestions for how additional language learning can be linked to the process of inquiry and the promotion of the core values of the IB, embodied in the PYP learner profile.