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Carol A. Panaccione

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Fall 2021 Department of World Languages & Cultures   

Exciting "New Worlds" await you!
How I look forward to having you as my future student in Fall 2021 - be it as my student of World Languages or in my critical thinking course entitled "The Learner's Journey."

Questions? Please complete this brief survey to assist you with your course selection with regard to World Languages.

NEW:  EXPLORE "THE LEARNER'S JOURNEY" COURSE OFFERINGS to assist you as you learn remotely. 

  • Elementary French I (CRN# 35715)
    FREN-1030-002 Monday/Wednesday  8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Knight Campus, Warwick (3 credits)
    The objective of the Elementary French I course is to develop the four basic language skills of speaking, reading, writing, and listening. This course is designed to develop a more global perspective and curiosity about other cultures and norms - to develop a global edge. 

  • Elementary German I (CRN # 35722)
    GERM-1030-002 Monday/Wednesday  10:00 – 11:15 a.m. Knight Campus, Warwick (3 credits)
    A course for the beginning student with little or no preparation: conversation, pronunciation, reading, writing, and grammar. This course is designed to develop a more global perspective and curiosity about other cultures and norms - to develop a global edge. 

  • Elementary German I (CRN# 35723)
    GERM-1030-003 Monday 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Knight Campus, Warwick (3 credits)
    A course for the beginning student with little or no preparation: conversation, pronunciation, reading, writing, and grammar. This course is designed to develop a more global perspective and curiosity about other cultures and norms - to develop a global edge.

  • The Learner's Journey (CRN# 35805)
    LIBA 1000–003 Monday 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (3 credits)
    This fully transferable, seminar-style course has been designed to help students maximize their effectiveness in the classroom. Students develop their critical thinking, reading, and writing skills; acquire valuable strategies for analyzing course content and for expressing themselves more confidently and effectively; improve their writing, presentation, collaboration, and research skills; and learn to make connections between courses in different disciplines. To learn more about this course, please click here: The Learner's Journey.  Students' words - The Learner's Journey

  • The Learner's Journey (CRN# 31774)
    LIBA 1000–002 Wednesday 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.  (3 credits)
    This fully transferable, seminar-style course has been designed to help students maximize their effectiveness in the classroom. Students develop their critical thinking, reading, and writing skills; acquire valuable strategies for analyzing course content and for expressing themselves more confidently and effectively; improve their writing, presentation, collaboration, and research skills; and learn to make connections between courses in different disciplines. To learn more about this course, please click here: The Learner's Journey.  Students' words - The Learner's Journey

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  • To view an outstanding presentation by Ms. Corinna E. Calise with Ms. Micaela Kyees and Mr. Sedrick T. Uhrig, please click here.   Mr. Nicholas Leyden, a Spring 2020 honors graduate kindly gave me permission to publish his Honors presentations and reflection: Learning Theories-Mr.Leyden; Modern-day Example of Being in the Cave and Reflective Essay - Mr. Leyden


     
  • Elementary French I (CRN# 35716)
    FREN-1030-003 Monday/Wednesday 10:30 - 11:45 a.m.  Knight Campus, Warwick (3 credits)
    The objective of the Elementary French I course is to develop the four basic language skills of speaking, reading, writing, and listening. This course is designed to develop a more global perspective and curiosity about other cultures and norms - to develop a global edge. 

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