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    Intro to Language Learning: Fall 2021

    This 15 module course is for learners who need a basic grasp of the new language for daily life activities and limited ministry. It is ideal for those who plan to serve 1-3 years and those who may serve longer but do not plan for significant heart-language ministry. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    SLA for Continuing Learners: Fall 2021

    This course equips learners who are at the Novice-High to Intermediate-High proficiency levels with the essential knowledge and skills needed in order to reach the Advanced level or higher. It is customized for each participant based on individual needs. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    SLA for Beginning Learners Fall 2021

    This course equips beginning learners with the essential knowledge and skills to become more efficient and effective learners of a new language. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Continuing SLA: 2021

    This course equips learners who are at the Novice-High to Intermediate-High proficiency levels with the essential knowledge and skills needed in order to reach the Advanced level. It is customized for each participant based on individual needs. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Intro to Language Learning 2021

    This 15 module course is for learners who need a basic grasp of the new language for daily life activities and limited ministry. It is ideal for those who plan to serve 1-3 years and those who may serve longer but do not plan for significant heart-language ministry. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    SLA for Beginning Learners 2021

    This six-week course equips beginning learners with the essential knowledge and skills to become more efficient and effective learners of a new language. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Intro to Language Learning: Fall 2020

    This 15 module course is for learners who need a basic grasp of the new language for daily life activities and limited ministry. It is ideal for those who plan to serve 1-3 years and those who may serve longer but do not plan for significant heart-language ministry. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Continuing SLA: Fall 2020

    This six-week course equips learners who are at the Novice-High to Intermediate-High proficiency levels with the essential knowledge and skills needed in order to reach the Advanced level. It is customized for each participant based on individual needs. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Intro to Language Learning: PACT: Starts August 17, 2020

    This 15 module course is for learners who need a basic grasp of the new language for daily life activities and limited ministry. It is ideal for those who plan to serve 1-3 years and those who may serve longer but do not plan for significant heart-language ministry. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    SLA for Beginning Learners: Fall 2020

    This six-week course equips beginning learners with the essential knowledge and skills to become more efficient and effective learners of a new language. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Just-in-Time SLA: Phase 3

    This is the final phase of the Just-in-Time SLA program. It will be highly customized to each learner, and can be done in as few as three weeks or can be spread out over additional weeks and months. The focus of Phase 3 is on equipping you to move from an everyday level of language ability to a more advanced proficiency needed for effective ministry and professional purposes. This phase includes video call interaction one-on-one and in a group, and individual assignments tailored to meet your learning needs and goals in three key areas:

    • Focus on individual needs, which may vary considerably from person to person.
    • Focus on knowledge and skills needed to reach the higher proficiency levels, which are areas not addressed in JIT Phase 1.
    • Focus on knowledge and skills needed to become a self-directed learner who can continue to learn independently without frequent assistance of a language course, tutor, or coach.

    For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    SLA for Beginning Learners: Starts June 23, 2020

    This six-week course equips beginning learners with the essential knowledge and skills to become more efficient and effective learners of a new language. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Other 2020 course dates:

    • September 8 - October 17
    • October 27 - December 5
    • Contact us for a customized start date

    Beginning SLA: Starts June 1, 2020

    This six-week course equips beginning learners with the essential knowledge and skills to become more efficient and effective learners of a new language. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Other 2020 course dates:

    • June 23 - August 1
    • September 8 - October 17
    • October 27 - December 5

    Intro to Language Learning: Starts June 1, 2020

    This six week course is for learners who need a basic grasp of the new language for daily life activities and limited ministry. It is ideal for those who plan to serve 1-3 years and those who may serve longer but do not plan for significant heart-language ministry. For more information, visit https://www.wheaton.edu/icct/.

    Cross-Cultural Living and Ministry 2021

    This course is for cross-cultural workers who are preparing to go or already serving on-field. Participants will learn valuable aspects of cross-cultural communication and ministry and apply those to their host culture context through experiential assignments and projects.

    Cross-Cultural Living and Ministry: Fall 2020

    This course is for cross-cultural workers who are preparing to go or already serving on-field. Participants will learn valuable aspects of cross-cultural communication and ministry and apply those to their host culture context through experiential assignments and projects.

    Cross-Cultural Living and Ministry

    This course is for cross-cultural workers who are preparing to go or already serving on-field. Participants will learn valuable aspects of cross-cultural communication and ministry and apply those to their host culture context through experiential assignments and projects.