University of Iowa: July 12-14; July 19-21
Join us for a two-day immersion experience in French, Spanish, Chinese, or Japanese this summer!
The World Languages Institute (WLI) is a joint program administered by the Belin-Blank Center and taught by the Division of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Iowa. It is open to 9-11 graders with advanced-level course work in these languages.
From July 12-14, we will run our Japanese and Spanish classes, while the period from July 19-21 will be devoted to Chinese and French.
Each class is conducted separately, but the goal is to emphasize reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension skills while using a variety of internet and print materials from the countries whose languages are represented.
The sessions are free of charge. The website and application process are being updated. More information will come soon.
In the meantime, address all questions to:
Jan Warren, Assistant Director for Student Services
Belin-Blank Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell Ganim, Chair
World Languages, Literatures and Cultures, email@example.com