•This method is taught at several levels, depending on how much second language a student can speak and write.
•This method needs curriculum additional second language classes to improve students second language.
•For schools that offer transitional or maintenance methods, which are more comprehensive, the second language is usually a component of the broader program to reinforce the second language taught in the bilingual classes.
•In this method students usually attend one or two second language classes a day to supplement the second language they learn in subjects taught in the second language the rest of the day.
•Because a potpourri of languages are represented in the second language classes, the teachers usually do not know all languages spoken. But they are trained to be sensitive to students’ native languages and cultures, which can have an influence on how quickly they learn second language.
•Second language teachers stress fundamental speaking and comprehension skills in the second language first, then develop proficiency in reading and writing.
•For the second language method are special books needed which are able to use like dictionaries.
•The content in the book is in two languages similar translated. The work books are 100% in the second language.