Do you have an intercultural passion?
Are you an upper-level language student with cultural awareness?
Have you returned from study abroad or spent time abroad?
Are you an international student?
Meet Language in Motion!
Language in Motion (LiM) is an educational collaboration that connects Middlebury’s international, study abroad, and upper level language students with local high school and middle school teachers, students, and classrooms.
With support and training, Middlebury College students prepare and deliver lessons that promote global awareness, cultural competence, and world language acquisition.
LiM presentations are designed to support the host teacher’s learning objectives. School-age children gain new exposure to diverse culture, language, and experience, and the opportunities that college can offer. Middlebury College students gain exposure to the secondary teaching environment and deepen their international and intercultural experience through personal and shared reflection.
Language in Motion is currently accepting applications for fifteen presenter positions for the spring semester. There is an optional information session this Thursday, February 25 at 7:15 in the Community Engagement Office at 118 South Main Street (behind the library). Applications and more information can be found at go/lim, or on Facebook at facebook.com/middlim.
Alison Haas ’16, CE Communications Intern