The culmination of the curriculum is called Language Day. This is a day set aside for students to share what they have learned with other students, teachers, administration, church members, and parents. Stations are setup in classrooms and in the gymnasium representing each of the people groups that are taught throughout the school year. The elementary students visit each station and have the opportunity to glean what the other grades were learning. At these stations they are able to engage in activities such as games, food, writing, translating, decoding, and crafts.
After a certain point in the event the elementary students switch roles with the volunteers and direct the stations on their own. Parents, high school and college students, local homeschool groups, teachers, and church staff attend the stations as the students lead them, affording the students the opportunity to teach what they have learned. They are always eager to tell others about the people groups and why they should pray for them. Prayer stations are also setup for the attendees to learn about specific prayer needs for the people groups.
When possible, we have been able to include missionaries from those areas of the world to help guide the students in prayer. A large prayer chain is made with each prayer request that the students wrote down.
The final step in each lesson is adding links to the paper prayer chain. Based on that lesson, students write a prayer request for their featured people group on a strip of paper. After praying to God about their requests the strips are added to their chain. The displayed prayer chain in the classroom and at Language Day is both a great visual and a reminder of the importance of prayer.