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Fall 2018 Mini Courses

Register for Language Mini Courses this fall!

English as a Second Language - Spoken Communication

Instructor: Irene Sakk

  • Wednesdays: 7 pm - 8:30 pm, October 10 - November 14
    • Fee: $75 NU / $85 Public

ESL - Spoken Communication is a mixed-proficiency-level course in which students learn the speaking skills and conversational strategies needed to ask culturally and linguistically appropriate questions and to communicate effectively in a range of authentic contexts. Students create their own learning atmosphere, participate in real-life scenarios, and group discussions. This course invites students to explore English language and North American culture as a way to expand their social network and make new acquaintances. 

Cherokee Language Learners

Instructor: Patrick Del Percio-Rochford

  • Mondays: 6:30 pm - 8 pm, October 8 - November 12
    • Fee: $25 NU / $35 Public

Cherokee language learners will serve to facilitate students in learning the fundamental basics of the Cherokee language. Various topics that will be discussed include: conversation, grammar, sentence formation and verb conjugation. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Spanish Conversation for Beginners

Instructor: Crystal Louden

  • Thursdays: 6 pm - 7 pm, October 11 - November 29
    • Fee: $75 NU / $85 Public

The introductory class assumes no previous knowledge. The vocabulary and concepts learned will be a foundation from which to continue developing fluency. Class time and instruction will be focused on real-life listening and speaking skills with a variety of practice activities for outside of class. *Please note that there will not be class on Thursday, October 25 and Thursday, November 22.

ASL (American Sign Language)

Instructor: Annmarie Mead

  • Thursdays: 7 pm - 9 pm, October 11 - November 29
    • Fee: $75 NU / $85 Public

American Sign Language (ASL) is the fourth most used language in the United States today, and it is the native language of the Deaf in America. The American Deaf work, play, and go to school in a variety of settings in which they have no communication with their fellow workers or supervisors. This class provides a hands-on learning environment that will allow the student to learn vocabulary, to produce the signs accurately, to use the signs in appropriate contexts, to understand the signs of others, and to understand the culture of the adult who is deaf. This course enables the student to acquire basic conversational sign language skills, and discusses deaf awareness and the different systems of signed communication. *Please note that there will not be class on Thursday, October 25 and Thursday, November 22.