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Sharing languages, students gain an edge

English, Spanish speakers learn from one another at Brockton school

Instructor Kristen Ryan with kindergartners (from left) Tiara Miranda, Jaritza Guzman, and Jacob Wilson in a Two-Way Spanish class in Brockton. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff) Instructor Kristen Ryan with kindergartners (from left) Tiara Miranda, Jaritza Guzman, and Jacob Wilson in a Two-Way Spanish class in Brockton.
By L.E. Crowley
Globe Correspondent / October 23, 2008

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The goal of the game for the fifth- and sixth-graders is to think of a Spanish word that begins with "m." (Full article: 1220 words)

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