ICC classes provide an opportunity for language practice and feedback, which is crucial to the development of a second language.
To register for any ICC workshop, email email@example.com.
WorkshopsWorkshops meet 2 times a week, 90 minutes per session, in 4-6 week modules.
Language & Culture for Teaching: A Mini-Class
(note: can be taken either for pass-fail credit, 99-452, or as a non-credit workshop)
Practice key aspects of pronunciation and teaching fluency, and understand the US classroom better. Students will be prepared to teach a short lesson by the end of the class.
Advanced Fluency Challenges
Build fluency and organizing language, and learn valuable communication strategies that help compensate for language gaps. (4 weeks, 12 hours total)
Advanced Grammar Monitoring
Fluency for Presentations
Practice academic language, and develop presenting skills in audience awareness, organization and pronunciation. Students practice in small group mini-talks and a final videotaped presentation. (4 weeks, 12 hours total)