Some public schools have superb English programs that let students practice their skills with native speakers. But not all schools have the resources needed to offer immersion-based learning. The Taipei City government has created a set of high-tech learning materials that’s being launched at 210 schools. There’s an augmented reality app and virtual reality headsets, which take kids to a world where it’s easy to practice English. Our reporter Stephany Yang has the details. These students sit in a circle and work together to answer the questions on the phone. With just a phone or iPad, students can use this app to visit places like…