Panel Discussion about the Uses of Student Video Projects in the Foreign Language Class

Where: CSL
Room: Cobb 201
Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009
Time: 2:30 pm

The Center for the Study of Languages invites you to attend a panel discussion about the uses of student video projects in the foreign language class. The panelists are teachers of language from several departments at the University of Chicago: Jason Grunebaum (Hindi); Lidwina Van den Hout (Spanish); Fangpei Cai (Chinese); Muhammad Eissa (Arabic); Sylvie Goutas (French).

The panel participants will begin with brief introductions, describing the way(s) they use student video projects as part of their language class(es). They will then add more details about the student projects as the panel discussion begins and as they take questions from attendees.

If you would like to learn more about the uses of student video projects in the foreign language classroom, or plan to have your students create videos for class projects, we encourage you to attend. If you plan to attend, please let Michael Berger (mb35@uchicago.edu) know via email.

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