Student Success Peer Learning Workshop Series Kickoff Oct. 26
The Student Success Peer Learning Workshop Series kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 5:15 p.m. in the World Languages & Digital Humanities Studio, located in JBHT 207. The series is composed of three one-hour, student-led workshops (Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 10) focusing on how to successfully study world languages and cultures.
Each workshop is designed for undergraduate students to share their knowledge and helpful tips with other students who are studying a world language. Student workshop leaders have been working with Student Success coaches Claudia Devich (instructor, German and Italian), Louise Cole (instructor, Spanish) and Curtis Maughan (director, World Languages and Digital Humanities Studio) to create their presentations to share with fellow Razorbacks.
Below is the complete schedule for the fall Peer Learning Workshop Series. All workshops will begin at 5:15 p.m. on the designated day and will be held in JBHT 207. Dinner will be provided.
WORKSHOP SCHEDULE AND INFORMATION
Wednesday, Oct. 26: Resources Beyond the Classroom & Preparing for an Oral Exam
Workshop Leaders: Laney Hoggatt (Spanish), Belinda Watson (Spanish) and Elizabeth Black (Spanish, Arabic)
Thursday, Nov. 3: Reading Comprehension and Writing
Workshop Leaders: Joshua Jacobs (Classics) and Adoette Vaughan (French, Italian)
Thursday, Nov. 10: Active Listening and Listening Comprehension
Workshop Leaders: Annette Quinn (French) and Sarah Falknor (Arabic, Spanish)
Cheyenne Roy, assistant director, World Languages and Digital Humanities Studio
Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures
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