Monday, September 28, 2020
Spanish Book Club
This semester UNO students of Dr. Tocaimaza-Hatch class (Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics) from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature will work with Mrs. Varas intermediate grades at Crestridge International Studies and Dual Language School on an e-book club in Spanish. Every week, paired students will engage in reading and vocabulary building exercises from a selected list of books to help improve their reading and comprehension in Spanish.
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Dr. Mitzi Ritzman’s CDIS 8590 Early Intervention: Birth to Five graduate-level student pairs will read a children’s book and present an interactive activity that follows themes in the literature to students at Cody Elementary via Zoom to promote literacy and language development. A second reading takes place on Friday, October 2, 2020.
Interested in Service Learning Classes?
For students, choosing classes that contain a service learning component brings them out of the classroom and into the community.
Every semester, there are a variety of courses at UNO that incorporate service learning. Students like you are given the opportunity to apply classroom curriculum to actual community needs. The opportunities provide a means of learning about the surrounding community and the organizations that serve those in need and take on important issues within the community. By doing your part, you will strengthen skills that will help you progress through your studies and/or career.