This seminar series offers organized spaces for participants to work collaboratively while learning from one another. Discussions are geared toward understanding heritage learners and their languages with the goal of supporting curricular and pedagogical improvement.
This professional development activity will be led by ILETC Director, Dr. Alberta Gatti and co-director of the UCLA National Heritage Language Resource Center.
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Registration for this series has closed.
The Institute for Language Education in Transcultural Context (ILETC) along with the Office of Academic Initiatives and Strategic Innovation (AISI) invites language instructors to participate in two workshops in January 2020.
To learn more follow this link and to register for one or both workshops please see below.
Workshop 1: Modified OPI Assessment Workshop (MOPI) to learn more and register now follow this link.
Workshop 2: Developing and Assessing Academic Reading Proficiency to learn more and register now, follow this link.
The mission of the Language Reading Program is to teach students from CUNY, other schools, and all walks of life to read texts in languages other than English, and to translate them into idiomatic English, so students can meet their graduate program language proficiency requirements and achieve their goals for personal or professional development. Many graduate programs recognize success in LRP Level I and Level II courses as satisfying their language reading requirements. For others, we are good preparation for the departmental exam.
To enroll for Spring 2020 classes, please follow this link.