Learning a language can open avenues to new perspectives, cultures, and communication. The process of acquiring a language can also build learning skills such as listening and viewing with intent, non-verbal cues, and exploration of identity.

The BC K-12 Languages Curriculum aims to ensure that students understand the inherent connection between language and culture and seeks to build empathy, understanding, and identity through the acquisition of an additional language. 

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Here at PRCVI we love braille, and we love LEGO! We've blogged about accessible LEGO kits and using LEGO to support ECC instruction before. So we were excited about the opportunity to learn about the possibilities of LEGO Braille Bricks recently! On October 3, Monica from CNIB Frontier Accessibility and Marie and Marc from LEGO Braille Bricks came to PRCVI to deliver a worksho ...

The PRCVI Outreach team sometimes gets questions about how to read foreign languages, such as French, with screen reading software. By default, most screen readers should read foreign languages as long as they are marked up correctly within the document. But sometimes, settings may have been adjusted or a different speech synthesizer needs to be used. We have created a guide o ...

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