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Foreign Languages: Home

Students in foreign language classes can use this page to find information specific to Spanish and French languages and literature as well as some information about foreign languages in general.

Foreign Language Call Numbers

P 101 - 410:  Language.  Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar

P 118 -118.75  Language Acquisition

P201 - 299:   Comparative Grammar

P 301 - 301.5:   Style.  Composition. Rhetoric

PC 2001 - 3761:    French Language

PQ 1 - 3999:   French Literature

PC 4001 - 4977:   Spanish Language

PQ 6001 - 8929:  Spanish Literature

Introduction

The University of the District of Columbia offers minors in Spanish and French. Students in those or other foreign language classes can use this page to find information specific to Spanish and French languages and literature as well as some information about foreign languages in general. In addition to the library's periodical databases, reference and electronic resources, the guide provides access to authenticated internet resources related to written and spoken foreign languages.

Use the tabs above to find books, articles, or websites for your research, to discover foreign language organizations, and to get support with language tutoring and formatting of citations.

This guide is a work in progress. Send your comments or suggestions about resources or additional languages you would like included to the email address in the profile box.

Reasons To Learn A Language

http://www.firsttutors.com/blog/uk/files/2011/02/Why_learn_a_language_4.pnghttp://www.ncssfl.org/papers/index.php?rationale

http://www.ncssfl.org/papers/index.php?rationale

http://www.actfl.org/advocacy/discover-languages/advocacy/discover-languages/what-the-research-shows/studies-supporting

http://www.sde.ct.gov/sde/lib/sde/PDF/Curriculum/Curriculum_Root_Web_Folder/BenefitsofSecondLanguage.pdf

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