Please circulate this announcement to any students who might be interested in learning Georgian this summer at the University of Chicago.
Many thanks, James McCormick
Summer Language Institute Coordinator
Intensive Introductory Georgian GEOR 10003 - 10006
Two three-week sessions, June 23-July 11 and July 14-August 1 (FLAS eligible)
This six-week course provides a comprehensive introduction to modern Georgian. Class time emphasizes the four skills and students will also become familiar with Georgian history and culture through work with authentic texts, audio and video, multimedia activities, and film screenings. After completing the course sequence, students will straddle the novice and intermediate proficiency levels in speaking, reading, writing, and listening. The University of Chicago is the only university in the U.S. to offer Georgian regularly. The GEOR 10003-10006 sequence is the equivalent of the first-year sequence offered during the regular academic year at the University of Chicago.
University of Chicago
Program Coordinator, Summer Language Institute
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