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Articles by Kathryn Paul

Workshop in Social Science Translation

The Workshop in Social Science Translation is a four-week summer session graduate course for students in any social science discipline with a reading knowledge of any foreign language.
Published on: 10/24/2006
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Language TA Conference

TA Conference for UCLA Language TA.
Published on: 7/21/2005
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Hebrew Language Teachers' Seminar

LRC Director to Give Keynote Address at Hebrew Language Teachers' Seminar
Published on: 5/9/2005
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Heritage Language Workshop, April 30 – May 1, 2005 at UCLA

Sponsored by the UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching,organized by the UCLA Language Resource Center
Published on: 3/15/2005
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Heritage Language Preservation

Powerpoint presentation of HERITAGE LANGUAGE PRESERVATION: Chinese as a Model for Inter-Sector Collaboration
Published on: 2/24/2005
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Olga Kagan, LRC Director Wins Book Award

Russian for Russians, the first textbook published in the U.S. for heritage learners of Russian, has won the 2004 book award for pedagogy from the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages (AATSEEL).
Published on: 11/24/2004
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Campuswide OID Language TA workshops

This year, OID will offer special workshops specific for the Language TA in the Public Policy building. This event is only opened to UCLA Language TAs.
Published on: 8/6/2004
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New Language TA Orientation

The UCLA Language Resource Center and OID will jointly host a one day orientation for new Language TAs on Sept. 22nd.
Published on: 9/12/2003
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Spotlight on Heritage Languages

Heritage language learners in America -- people who grow up conversant, but not literate or fluent, in a foreign language --are a special group.
Published on: 8/18/2003
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2nd National Conference on Heritage Languages in America

The United States has a long history of educational programs to help immigrant, refugee, and native American students improve their command of English. However, relatively few educational programs have recognized the languages of these students as a valuable national resource.
Published on: 10/18/2002
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