Sunday, May 28, 2017 to Saturday, July 22, 2017
Fulfills L3 & L4 distributional requirement
3 Yale credits
SWAH 120 (Beginning Kiswahili II) or equivalent proficiency.
Refinement of students' speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. This program prepares students for further work in literary, language, and cultural studies as well as for a functional use of Kiswahili. Study of structure and vocabulary are based on a variety of texts from traditional and popular culture. Emphasis on command of idiomatic usage and stylistic nuance. Classes will be held at MS-TCDC.
The syllabus below is from last summer; participants will receive this summer's syllabus at the start of the program.
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Zanzibar (stone-town and spice farms), Dar es Salaam, Ngorongoro crater, Olduvai (Oldupai) Gorge, moving sand, and foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. There may be other short trips within Arusha.
Students will spend one to two days at MS-TCDC for orientation then will be placed with a host family for the rest of the program. Homestays are crucial for language practice and cultural experience and therefore a requirement of the program. Students cannot opt out of staying with a host family. All the meals will be provided while on the program. Students must depart their host family’s home on the final day of the program.
This is a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) approved program. FLAS recipients are welcome to apply.
Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements; additional information will be provided upon admission.
Review eligibility requirements, the application process, and deadlines: