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  • For Students Already Abroad — Study Abroad — Carthage College
    s Office that Advising is beginning log in to the Registration module to review the course timetable for the following semester Identify the courses and sections that you d like to register for you should contact your academic advisor for consultation on this the sooner the better and then send an e mail to Scott Bruce in the Registrar s Office and to your academic advisor with the above information There is no need to wait for your assigned registration window in fact the sooner you send your registration information the sooner Mr Bruce can register you for your classes another one of the perks of studying abroad What about my housing situation If you didn t take care of this before you left and you intend to live in College housing on or off campus you should contact the Dean of Students office currently Nick Winkler is in charge of this to make arrangements You should also consult with your future roommates so there are no misunderstandings If you have any other questions or concerns please don t hesitate to contact Erik Kulke ekulke carthage edu Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty

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  • Study Abroad Resources — Study Abroad — Carthage College
    http www xe com World clock http www timeanddate com worldclock Dialing codes and electrical outlet guide http countrycode org Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge My Carthage For Faculty Student Voices William Viarnes 10 started planning his semester abroad a semester in advance Read

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  • Courses — Modern Languages — Carthage College
    philosophies methods and materials used in teaching modern languages by the classroom teacher in elementary middle and secondary modern language classrooms Emphasis will be placed on the practical teaching application of the communicative approach The focus of the class is teaching basic language classes at the college level Field work required Prerequisite Admission to the Target Language Program or permission of the instructor 5455 Secondary Language Acquisition for Postsecondary Teaching 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff An exploration of contemporary theories of second language acquisition to provide a theoretical foundation for communicative language teaching at the postsecondary level Fall Language Acquisition Courses 1010 Elementary Language I 4 credits Instructor Staff This course teaches listening and speaking skills in a specific language through active participation by the students in communicative situations By the end of the course the students are able to comprehend and communicate orally in a culturally acceptable manner using basic language structures and common vocabulary related to everyday topics and communication needs 1020 Elementary Language II 4 credits Instructor Staff This course teaches listening speaking reading and some writing skills through active participation by the students in a wide variety of communicative contexts By the end of the course the students are able to comprehend communicate orally read intelligently and write simply in the language using basic language structures They also will be able to employ constructively a broad range of vocabulary related to the themes studied and to survival communication and cultural needs 2010 Intermediate Language I 4 credits Instructor Staff This course teaches listening speaking reading comprehension and basic writing skills in sequential development following 101 102 using a variety of original texts and exposing students to native speakers and cultural events 2020 Intermediate Language II 4 credits Instructor Staff Expanding on 2010 this course provides original texts film media music and cross cultural experiences Students speak and read using all verb tenses and a broad range of structures and vocabulary They create original compositions at their level geared to their interests 3010 Advanced Language I 4 credits Instructor Staff This course continues the linguistic and cultural experiences of 2010 2020 Grammar and phonetics are studied in relation to the language skills the students have acquired Cultural inquiry and current foreign events are emphasized Original compositions are linked to course goals as well as student interests Majors and minors are required to pass a target language proficiency exam during the term in which they take 301 3030 Language Conversation 1 credit Instructor Target Language Experts An opportunity for extended use of the target language to improve oral fluency and proficiency A wide range of communicative opportunities will encourage active exploration of the target culture The course can be repeated for up to a total of 4 credits S or U 3080 The Language Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will learn about social political and economic issues affecting regions speaking the language of study using a variety of media and

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  • Study Abroad Photo Contest 2011 — Study Abroad — Carthage College
    a cathedral completely out of the norm for a cathedral It is my absolute favorite picture that I took during my semester abroad Third Prize A Florentine Night by Lauren Schoepke 12 Lauren Schoepke of Algonquin Ill spent a semester in Seville Spain and took this photograph while visiting Florence Italy I associate this picture with romance and the quaintness of Florence she wrote This was my night in Italy I can t really put into words how important this picture is for me I never really understood how beautiful a city could be until I stood on this bridge in Florence Shortly after this photo I met an older couple from Florence I sat and talked with them for an hour about their wonderful city This picture will always remind me of Renato and his wife Finalist Medina at Sunset by Janice Fox 11 Janice Fox of Baraboo Wis took this photograph while studying in Rabat Morocco I associate this photo with being full of life and color and wandering the streets conversing with shop owners and others I met she wrote The medina is a fascinating place that can be full of people sounds and smells at one moment and empty the next like at sunset when people leave to pray in the mosques It s both lively and peaceful It s the source of living for many and a source of enjoyment and life for me Finalist A Harvest Hand by Carissa Pearlman 13 Carissa Pearlman of Lake in the Hills Ill took this photograph in Tinum Village while studying in Merida Mexico I associate this with the extreme man labor that goes into maintaining a cornfield without the machinery that we use she wrote I took this picture while observing the hard work and process that takes place daily in the cornfield The importance is that the milpa owners work hours in the sun to stalk hundreds of corn But though it seems long and impossible to us they have developed their own system and tools to get it done The farmers have their own way of getting it done without heavy machinery J Term Category First prize Hustle Bustle by Jennifer Carlson 11 Jennifer Carlson of Lombard Ill took this photograph at a fishing village in Cape Coast Ghana while on a J Term study tour This photograph shows people in their element and the environment we were exposed to while on our trip The bold bright colors also add a beautiful touch and variety to this shot It was shot to show people who didn t go on this trip what a typical day is like in the life of a Ghanian Since Ghana is a third world country and making a living is very hard for them I wanted to show in this photo what a typical day is like for a big fishing village such as Cape Coast Second prize Solitude by Lisa Suttman 11 Lisa Suttman of Forreston Ill took this

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  • Facilities — Athletics — Carthage College
    state of the art athletic facilities including the new Tarble Arena which opened in 2009 Tarble Arena Tarble Arena is an outstanding venue for sporting events concerts and other shows Completed in 2009 the arena has already played host to artists such as Dave Matthews John Mayer Bob Dylan The Script and The Fray Learn more N E Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center Work out in a student fitness center recognized as one of the finest in the nation Built in 2001 the TARC has a 16 lane swimming pool indoor rock climbing wall 200 meter indoor track racquetball courts and 5 000 square foot fitness center Learn more Koenitzer Aquatic Center The Koenitzer Aquatic Center features a 600 000 gallon swimming pool more than three times the size of the previous pool It measures 25 meters by 40 meters 10 meters shy of an Olympic size pool Balcony seating can accommodate 100 spectators See more photos Art Keller Field From new bleachers and lighting to a state of the art AstroPlay surface installed in 2000 Art Keller Field has seen many renovations during the Campbell presidency A new press box and home bleachers were completed in August 2011 Take

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  • Books — Reference — Library and Information Services — Carthage College
    is available for this resource Carthage Online Catalog Search for items such as books journal articles DVDs CDs and course reserves at Carthage Worldcat Search for and borrow items such as books DVDs and CDs from libraries around the world Look for Borrow this item from another library Interlibrary Loan in item record to have it sent free of charge E Books Airitibooks AiritiBooks offers a full range of Chinese titles with variety of choices ebooks by EbscoHost formerly Netlibrary Thousands of ebooks can be read on campus or at home Be sure to create a personal Ebsco account if you want to develop your own bookshelf for easy retrieval Ebrary 45 000 ebooks can be read online at home or on campus Covers topics for all majors and includes recent scholarly books Other Local Libraries UW Parkside Carthage students can find and borrow books from UW Parkside Make sure to take your Carthage ID with you if you are going to checkout items Kenosha Public Library Carthage students can obtain a card with proof of address Carthage ID card to access the library The closest branch to Carthage is the Northside Branch located at 1500 27th Ave Kenosha WI

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  • Dictionaries — Reference — Library and Information Services — Carthage College
    LIS Library Information Services Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Dr Kenosha WI 53140 Library and Information Services Dictionaries This resource is freely available on and off campus If the user is off campus click the lock and enter your novell user name and password For more information on off campus access click here No off campus access is available for this resource ARTFL Project The database consists of some 2000 texts ranging from classic works of French literature to various kinds of non fiction prose and technical writing primarily from the eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth centuries Oxford English Dictionary The Oxford English Dictionary is the accepted authority on the evolution of the English language over the last millennium It is an unsurpassed guide to the meaning history and pronunciation of over half a million words both present and past Oxford Language Dictionaries Online The Oxford Language Dictionaries provide authoritative up to date translations of words and phrases in Chinese French German Italian Russian and Spanish Language Dictionaries Collins French Dictionary Plus collinsfrench2007 Collins German Dictionary collinsgerman2007 Collins Irish Dictionary collinsirish2006 Collins Italian Dictionary collinsital2005 Collins Latin Dictionary hcdlat Collins Portuguese Dictionary collinsport2006 Collins Spanish Dictionary Thesaurus Bloomsbury Thesaurus bt Roget

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  • Encyclopedias — Reference — Library and Information Services — Carthage College
    password For more information on off campus access click here No off campus access is available for this resource ARTFL Project The database consists of some 2000 texts ranging from classic works of French literature to various kinds of non fiction prose and technical writing primarily from the eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth centuries Britannica Online Britannica Online includes the complete encyclopedia Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary and B ritannica Book of the Year Credo Reference Credo Reference giant online reference library that enables users to find authoritative answers fast It features content from 391 reference books both generalized and specialized on a broad range of subjects Current Biography Readers will be able to find accurate up to date biographies drawing information from newspaper articles magazine articles and books Students and patrons can search by name profession place of origin gender ethnicity birth death dates titles of works and key words for more than 25 000 articles and obituaries Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls This work aims to encompass all scholarship on the scrolls to date making use of the research of many scholars of international reputation It includes the details of the discovery of the scrolls a review of the archaeological context in which the scrolls were found descriptions of the various fragments and scrolls and a discussion of their contents Gale Virtual Reference Library A searchable electronic reference collection including subject encyclopedias handbooks and guides and covering many subject disciplines in the humanities social sciences and science and technology Global Road Warrior Global Road Warrior is a world class e content database offering country by country information on 175 nations and territories It features more than 8 million words of editorial content over 6 500 color photos and 1 575 maps all presented in a consistent 92 category framework

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