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Adopt-A-Highway

The Adopt-A-Highway program was established in 1988 in response to growing public concern regarding litter along the highways. In 2014, more than 906 groups totaling more than 16,864 participants collected upwards of... Read More

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What Does it Mean to be Fluent in a Language?

  What Does it Mean to be Fluent in a Language? When people begin to study a new language, they often say they want to become “fluent.” Maybe they picture themselves moving easily in the streets of a foreign city, enjoying exciting new places and people. That’s good motivation, but it is worth defining the goal more concretely...

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How to Develop a Curriculum: Part 4, Product

HOW TO DEVELOP A CURRICULUM: PART 4, PRODUCT Now that we’ve defined the pre-development stage of defining the people, program, and purpose of your curriculum, we’re ready envision what you want the final product to look like. At DLS, we emphasize to our clients that deliberate attention to a bigger picture will enhance the adaptability and...

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2015 ACTFL Annual Convention and World Languages Expo

  2015 ACTFL Annual Convention and World Languages Expo DLS had great representation at the last ACTFL convention. Below are the details on what presentations we led. We are super proud to be a part of this every year and cannot wait to give some great presentations at the next convention later this year! Adapting Your Teaching for One-On-One...

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In The Community

Bright and early on Saturday, May 11, DLS employees, friends, and family gathered at the National Mall in support of the 23rd annual Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure in Washington, D.C. Upon their arrival, and the donning of bright pink t-shirts, the group became “Team DLS for the Cure” and proceeded to either walk or run a 5K, (1.3 mile) route that wrapped around D.C.’s Tidal Basin.

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