2020 Language Showcase and Awards

2020 Student Showcases by Language

The Arabic Section is famous in the Workshop for its events and its emphasis on active learning. Check them out and see what you think.

The students of Azerbaijani created a visual diary of their summer.

The students of BCS share the people and places that impressed them most in their studies this summer in this presentation.

The students of Chinese were so active in 2020 that they had to make a spreadsheet of their Showcase activities, then embed it in a slide deck. That is a LOT of activities!

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Ayo gabung! Click here for a short video introduction to Indonesia, prepared by the students of Indonesian 1.

The students of Japanese did a lot of hands-on work this summer, cooking folding origami, writing haiku in calligraphy, celebrating tanabata, and more. Here are a few highlights from the program.

The Korean Section did a lot of presentations this summer. Here are a few examples.

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Click this link to meet the students of Lithuanian 1.

The students of Lithuanian 2 have put together an online newspaper, Planet Lithuania.

In the spirit of the vast plains of Mongolia, the students of Mongolian created a truly epic video about their language-learning experience.

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The students of the Russian Section put on a newscast, traveled back in time to meet Aleksandr Pushkin, demonstrated amazing artistic skills, produced music videos, voiced cartoons, and more. You can find their work at this link.

The students of Swahili 1 not only put together background information about the language and the peoples who speak it, but also posted their semester projects, which you can check out at this link.

The students of Turkish enjoyed dancing and making music together, despite the online format.

The students of Ukrainian share highlights from their program, including being interviewed on Ukrainian television.

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