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In Country Language Training with DLS Partner Schools

The DLS Partner School program now offers students opportunities to study in over 30 carefully selected locations, while dealing directly with a well-established US-based language services provider that liaises with... Read More

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Curriculum Development Methodology (Topic vs Language Task)

  There are many different ways to approach teaching a second language in the classroom. One element to consider in methodology is how information is presented: by topic or by language task. A more traditional language curriculum typically organizes itself by topic. So, you might have a lesson on going to the store or ordering food at a restaurant....


Language-learning Technology Apps Outside of the Classroom

Technology is expanding all over the world for all types of learning. According to a Pew Research Center study, up to 92% of U.S. adults own cell phones, and up to 45% own a tablet computer. Language learning applications have increased exponentially in the last few years. With many of our students commuting to DLS by metro, it makes sense to continue to...


Culture Matters When Interpreting

The Radiolab team produced a podcast all about "Translation." They referenced its many definitions but one of their stories was particularly applicable for DLS. (You can listen to it here.)   They talked with Gregory Warner, NPR's East Africa correspondent, who told a story that illustrates how critical knowing a culture can be when...


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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