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Arizona State University DC Center offers a two-week ILR 0-3 synchronous on-line Farsi sustainment/refreshment course beginning February 1, 2016. The course comprises six hours daily of face-to-face online contact with the instructor in Adobe Connect and two hours of individual supervised homework activities with authentic materials on Blackboard. No special technology or installation is required at students’ computers – a stable internet connection, microphone and camera are all that is need. Students can be anywhere in the world – course times will be determined to best suit all students. The course, which is free for Department of Defense personnel, is funded in part through a Language Training Center grant from the Institute of International Education with support from the Defense Language and National Security Education Office. Non-DOD personnel, please contact the Melikian Center for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This video shows a brief introduction to the lesson and learning objectives.
Playing Jeopardy to reinforce the material from the lesson.
*All videos shown are sample lessons from the SORS (Russian) program.
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