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2 edition of Equipping the modern languages department for the 1990s. found in the catalog.

Equipping the modern languages department for the 1990s.

National Association of Language Advisers.

Equipping the modern languages department for the 1990s.

by National Association of Language Advisers.

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Published by NALA in Stafford .
Written in English


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DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Paulette A. Ramsay, BA, MA, PhD UWI – Head of Department T he Department welcomed the new academic year with the refurbishing of the main office. Everyone expressed appreciation for the change and als o opined that it ser ves as a source of motivation at the start of the year. The Department of Modern Languages at the William & Mary traces its beginnings to a professorship established by Thomas Jefferson in Today that single professorship has grown to nearly 50 faculty members offering programs in.

Students must have proficiency in the second language, as evidenced by six advanced hours in that language and an oral language proficiency exam administered by the Department of Modern Languages Screening Committee. Coursework consists of 18 hours in each of two languages: French and German, French and Spanish, or German and Spanish. Department of Modern Languages Inside this issue: From the Chair’s Desk 1 Faculty Retirement 3 New Faculty & News 6 Chinese Culture and JET 9 Teachers’ Workshop 10 Fun with Languages 11 Japanese Speech Contest 12 ERAs 13 MLA 16 MSU Language Showcase 18 Study Abroad 19 Alumni 20 The Department of Modern Langua-ges continues its renewal.

to the Chair of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures (MCM ) as soon as possible, but no later than the semester prior to graduation. Placement Recommendations These recommendations are based on years of high school (9thth grade) experience with grades of C- orFile Size: KB. The Arabic Program offers a 2-year course of Modern Standard Arabic comprised of 1st semester Arabic, 2nd semester Arabic, 3rd semester Arabic, and 4th semester Arabic. If offers also a variety of courses on modern Arabic literature, Qu'ranic Arabic, Arab cultural identity, and .


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The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures offers students of every discipline a wide range of courses that provide them with the opportunity to broaden and enrich their understanding of foreign cultures and modern languages as well as international issues and world affairs.

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The following statements are a general interpretation of University policy and are intended to be. Department of Modern Languages, Aberystwyth University, Hugh Owen Building, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3DY Tel: Department: +44 (0) /55 Admissions: +44 (0) Fax: Email: [email protected] The Department of Modern Languages: An Introduction The Department of Modern Languages observes today that the nature of pedagogical activity in American language departments has changed significantly.

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We offer instruction in many languages and offer exciting opportunities to study abroad. Our mission is to represent the diversity of human cultural achievements and experiences through the development of international. The Modern Language Department plays a pivotal role in the academic mission of Central Connecticut State University.

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