Communication is an essential component of almost every school. The ability to read, write, listen, and speak is fundamental to learning almost anything, and that certainly applies to learning a language. Despite this understanding of its importance, schools too frequently ignore some key spatial elements when creating places to learn a language.
Designing a highly functional Language Studio honors the diverse activities that will happen there. Writable surfaces to practice and share in real-time, a cozy reading nook, a rehearsal booth to practice with supportive technology, and flexible furniture to group and regroup as needed are all best practices.
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Some ideas to keep in mind so we can create supportive spaces.