Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Spring 2015 Recitals: All 5 Modern Languages Represented for the First Time!

The Spring 2015 Recital marks a milestone in the history of the Department of Languages. This is the first time that we have had all five modern languages represented. Spanish was featured on Wednesday, April 29, and French, Arabic, Chinese and Japanese were featured on Thursday, April 30.
Spring 2015 Recital Program, page 1
Spring 2015 Recital Program, page 2
For French, students in the course Nineteenth Century French Novel and Society interpreted themes from the novels of Stendhal, Flaubert, and Zola (and showed their creative side) in puppet shows.
Nathan Graber and Evan Jones
Featured today are Nathan Graber and Evan Jones who, taking a page from Zola, depict a household that has too much wine and too little money. Here's the first section of their skit, L'amour et l'argent.
Representing Chinese, our feature is Jessica Harmon's Reflections on Study Abroad: Beijing and Southern China.
Our featured student in Japanese is Jacqueline Barmore who shares one of her experiences while visiting Japan in her presentation entitled I Went to a Japanese Elementary School.
Mikayla Roller and Rebecca Wolfe's skit entitled Our Lives at William Jewell is our Arabic feature.
Congratulations to all our participants! The Recital was a success!


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