LINGUIST List 15.474

Wed Feb 4 2004

FYI: Summer Programs East Asian Concentration

Editor for this issue: Anne Clarke <annelinguistlist.org>


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  1. SPEAC, Intensive Chinese/Japanese and Teacher Training

Message 1: Intensive Chinese/Japanese and Teacher Training

Date: Tue, 03 Feb 2004 15:38:54 -0500
From: SPEAC <speacosu.edu>
Subject: Intensive Chinese/Japanese and Teacher Training


2004 SPEAC
Summer Programs East Asian Concentration
The Ohio State University

Intensive Chinese/Japanese Languages
(June 21 - August 20)
&
Chinese/Japanese Teacher Training
(June 21 - August 5)

	The Ohio State University Department of East Asian Languages
and Literatures, in conjunction with the OSU National East Asian
Languages Resource Center, is offering Intensive Chinese/Japanese
Language Training, and Teacher Training Programs in Teaching
Chinese/Japanese Languages during the summer of 2004. The 10-week
intensive Chinese and Japanese language programs allow learners to
complete the equivalent of a full academic year of language study and
earn 15 credit hours. The Training Programs for Teachers of
Chinese/Japanese (15 graduate credits) provide lectures, master
classes, workshops, and hands-on teaching practice over 7 weeks.

	Applicants who submit their application materials prior to
March 10, 2004, will receive priority consideration for admission and
fellowships. Fellowships are available to a limited number of
qualified applicants on a competitive basis. Final deadline is March
31, 2004. The deadlines for international students are: February 13
(for priority consideration) and February 24, 2004 (final deadline).

	For more information and application, please contact: SPEAC
Coordinator, Foreign Language Center, The Ohio State University, 276
Cunz Hall, 1841 Millikin Rd., Columbus, OH 43210. Tel: (614)
688-3426. Fax: (614) 292-2682. E-mail: speacosu.edu. Please visit
our web site at http://www.deall.ohio-state.edu/speac/ to get more
information about SPEAC. Application materials are available from our
web site.
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