The Center for Modern Languages is not just a language school. It is an immersion center where English Language Learners have access to many opportunities to both learn and practice their communication skills and connect with a local community of English speakers.
Cultural events and professional development activities at the Center for Modern are always free to students and take place every week.
CINEMA & Media Clubs
Films, music, and journalism give students easy access to authentic and interesting English language content. Through Cinema and Media clubs, program coordinators organize structured access and guided discussions surrounding these mediums of entertainment and information in English.
When we find students have a particular interest in topics regarding some current event, politics, culture, media, or history of the English speaking world, we often invite an expert guest speaker to create an educational roundtable discussion. Lectures are in English, of course.
Learning English is hard work, there is no doubt. But that doesn't mean it can't also be fun! During Game nights, students get a chance to use their language in a context which is both useful and meaningful. Through a friendly sense of competition, laughter surprise and even frustration, participating in game night is a priceless way to gain new vocabulary and practice language skills.
DISCUSSIONS AND DEBATES
One of the most crucial skills to achieving advanced level in a target language is the ability to express and opinion and defend it. For this reason, the Center for Modern Languages hosts debates and discussions for its intermediate and advanced level learners to hone their skills in this area. Topics can be classic, cliché and controversial. But they are always interesting and they push students to the next level.
EVENTS: Not Just a Language School
BIEN PLUS QU’UNE SIMPLE ECOLE DE LANGUES
The Center for Modern Languages n'est pas seulement une école de langues. C'est un centre culturel où les étudiants en provenance du monde entier se réunissent pour participer à un échange culturel et linguistique.
«Tu me dis, j'oublie. Tu m'enseignes, je me souviens. Tu m'impliques, j'apprends. » -Benjamin Franklin
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