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Middlebury Interactive Languages


Immersive world language courses in Spanish, French, Chinese and German teach valuable life skills.

Middlebury Interactive’s engaging world language courses offer K-12 students the opportunity to immerse themselves in language and culture in an interactive, online environment. Developed by Ph.D.-level academics and linguistic experts, courses utilize real-world reading, writing, listening and speaking activities combined with task-based activities to accelerate language learning.

Our world language curriculum is supported by decades of research showing that students need exposure to authentic materials and frequent opportunities to interact in the target language in order to succeed. Task-based activities and interactive exercises are applicable to real-life settings and build confidence communicating in language.

Courses are available in Spanish, French, Chinese and German—from elementary through Advanced Placement®—and can be taken as self-paced, independent study or with the guidance of a certified virtual world language teacher.

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Chinese Language Courses

Chinese (Mandarin)
Kindergarten - High School | Online resource

Explore a world of opportunities by studying Chinese, the most widely spoken language in the world. Chinese is made up of many dialects, the primary one being Mandarin, which is spoken in mainland...


French Language Courses

Kindergarten - High School | Online resource

Digital French language courses accommodate different world language objectives and learning styles. French is the official language of more than 75 countries across five continents. It is an...


German Language Courses

3rd - High School | Online resource

German is spoken by over 100 million people worldwide. It was the language of the first printed book as well as the language of such famous people as Mozart, Beethoven, Freud and Einstein. A recent...