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Carol A. Panaccione

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Classes

Fall 2020  Department of World Languages & Cultures   

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  • 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 French I (CRN# 35716)
    FREN-1030-003 Monday  1:00 – 3:30 p.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 Remote Learning (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 Remote Learning  (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

Learning Resources