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Language in Motion

Language in Motion (LiM) at Lewis and Clark College is part of a Northwest consortium (with Willamette University, Pacific University & Linfield College). We are looking for recent study abroad returnees, language assistants and international students who would like to share their knowledge and experiences within local K-12 schools. 

 

Are you a study abroad returnee?
Ever wonder how you could ‘bring it back’ to the community?  How do you come full circle and share your experience abroad with others?

Are you a language assistant or an international student at LC?
Ever wonder how you can share your culture outside the LC community, be an advocate for social understanding and cultural competency?

Are you a teacher in our community?

Learn more about having a Lewis and Clark student come and present in your classroom. Presenters share their unique study abroad experiences and will work to compliment your lesson plans.

The goals of Language in Motion at Lewis & Clark are:

  • increase interest in world cultures
  • demonstrate the value of language learning, study abroad & global citizenship
  • create dialogues between students and between students & teachers  

The design is to bring Lewis and Clark students into local K-12 classrooms to give a one-time 45-90 minute interactive presentation. We will collaborate with LC students and the host teacher to create a meaningful experience for everyone! This program is made possible through the generous support from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations.

Let us know if you’re interested! 
We are in the beginning stages of this program at Lewis and Clark College.  Interested in learning more about this program? Please contact:

Natalie Stamper
Language in Motion (LiM) Coordinator at Lewis and Clark College
nstamper@lclark.edu
503.768.7416

 

Support our annual International Fair, March 4th 2017, and our COFLT & LIM Spring Conference for those interested in pursuing teaching careers in Modern Languages.

The first 75 local community teachers/students who sign up with LiM will get FREE admission to the International Fair. (general $8, children $4) 

Please contact nstamper@lclark.edu to RSVP. 

 

 

 

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