How to Learn a Language From Zero
Humanities & Social Sciences
Language learning can cause an endless amount of stress and frustration. In school, more often than not, students finish language classes — be it for Spanish, Russian, English, or French — with little ability to communicate in or understand the language they allegedly studied. As a result, many people come to believe they are just “bad” at language learning.
No more! This course will teach you the practical skills you need to learn a foreign language from zero, with no experience necessary. Students will finish the class with a whole toolkit of resources that they’ll draw on for all of their future language-learning endeavors.
By the end of this course, students will know how to:
- Choose a target language with respect to their academic, career, and personal goals
- Develop study strategies that best match their individual learning style and interests
- Identify ways to apply their foreign language in real-life settings, such as through online conversation partners
June 22th - July 19th;
July 6th - August 2nd;
Form of education:
Twice/week; 60 minute sessions.
Interactive lessons in groups of 7-10 people
Language of instruction:
Tuesday / Friday (9:00 - 11:00 NY)
Monday / Thursday (15:00 - 17:00 NY)