Bienvenidos a un excelente programa de espaņol en el Norte
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Cristina C. Zahajko has been teaching Spanish and French for many years. She was born and raised in Córdoba, Argentina in a Polish-speaking Community. In elementary school she began studying French and English. This early exposure to languages led her to extensive travel, work and study abroad, and to work with the U.S. Department of Justice. She also worked as a liaison for professional delegations traveling abroad, as a radio announcer for Spanish programs, as an interpreter for television/radio, and for the Red Cross. Recently, she coordinated and directed the student immersion programs in Argentina.
¡COPA MUNDIAL 2010!
RESCUE OF THE MINERS IN CHILE
SAFE AT LAST! La victoria
Parrot missing 4 years returns home speaking Spanish
|1st. Year (11 weeks)||SPAN&121Reg (Spanish I)|
|SPAN&122Reg (Spa. II)|
|2nd. Year||SPAN&221 (Spa. IV ) Fall|
|SPAN&222 (Spa.V) Winter|
|SPAN&223(Spa. VI) Spring|
|Independent Study Projects:||SPAN 299 Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer|
|1st. Year (5 weeks)||SPAN&121 (Spanish I) Spring|
|SPAN&122 (Spa. II) Spring|
|1st. Year (4 weeks)||SPAN&121 (Spanish I) Summer|
|SPAN&122 (Spa. II) Summer|
|1st. Year (11 weeks)||SPAN&121pm (Spanish I) winter|
|Independent Study Projects:||FREN 298 Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer|
International Dialogue in the Classroom
Texcoco/Seattle attend class together
By James Krieger
Students at North and in Texcoco, Mexico met each other via video conferencing
on the last three Wednesdays of the fall quarter, through the college's new Internet
television capability, called the Polycam system.
Over the three-week trial run, the classes became more familiar with the process and with each other, and the conferences were more comfortable
¡VIVA EL NORTE !
North Seattle Community College in Córdoba, Argentina
MAKING LEARNING VISIBLE - SYMPOSIUM 2010
LEARNING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
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