Anna Marie Pietrolonardo
IVCC World Languages offers World Language Instruction for students with diverse learning styles to enhance global communication skills, develop cultural understanding, connect with other disciplines, compare and contrast languages and cultures to better understand ourselves and others, and to build communities of learners in a global society.
I teach traditional, blended, fully online and independent study classes. In my classes, I use communicative, project-based learning methods that involve technology-assisted learning and student collaboration. For students registered in my courses, I also provide web links to supplemental resources that support assignments in the Course Outline for each course on this web page and in the Black Board course shell for each course.
Watch for regular updates to this web page for advance information about my courses to assist you in planning your course schedule.
Summer 2015 Spanish course materials including Course Syllabi, Course Outlines and detailed Lesson Plans are available now. Until the newest versions of my Spanish course materials are completed for the beginning of each semester, previous versions are available for your perusal.
Learn about the many educational, philanthropic and
enjoyable activities sponsored by the WLO.
Are YOU interested in participating in activities related to the language and culture of other countries and of our own diverse ethnic origins? Please e-mail us so that we can add your name to the WLO mailing list. Membership in the World Language Organization at IVCC is open to all IVCC Students.
IVCC is home to our affiliate chapter of Sigma Delta Mu, The National Spanish Honor Society for the First Two Years of College. Zeta of Illinois was chartered in April, 2006. Learn more about our chapter, membership eligibility and Honors at Graduation for IVCC's Spanish Scholars.
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This slide show offers one professor's opinion about the value of studying world languages, along with some compelling statistics and a collection of photographs from personal travel.
Explore career opportunities that require or are enhanced by multilingual ability.
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