Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA)
Languages for Teens
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Our weekly conversation classes for teens (ages 13-16) focuses on developing speaking skills on daily topics with reading and writing used as support. Classes are designed to immerse students in the target language through popular audio and visual media like music, films, popular TV shows, etc. as well as through children’s stories and folktales.

Fall 2018 offerings:

  • German: Wednesdays from 6:15-7:15 pm
  • Hindi: Fridays from 5:30-6:30 pm 
  • Japanese: Fridays from 5:30-6:30 pm

All classes start the week of September 10, 2018 and run through the week of November 12, 2018. Classes meet for 10 weeks in Wells Hall on campus.

Classes will be canceled if fewer than 5 students enroll.

Early registration discount (full payment due by August 15, 2018):

  • $135 for full session

After August 15:

  • $150 for full session

Multiple-child/-program discounts are available (10%). To qualify, registrations must be on the same transaction. Need-based scholarships are available as well. Please refer to our Program Policies and Procedures or contact our office for more information.  

Online enrollment opens on Monday July 16. All programs are accessible for participants with special needs. CLS must be notified at least four weeks prior to a program start date in order to determine reasonable accommodations.

Please review our Program Policies and Procedures.

Over the past decade, there has been a rise in the number of children who have life-threatening food allergies. Our goal is to keep all children in a safe and inclusive environment, where accommodations are explored and implemented when safe. CLS adopted a No NUTS policy in 2016. Although we can not guarantee a nut free school, we make reasonable effort to purchase nut free products for our programs. CLS makes a reasonable effort to inform those who might bring food onto the school’s campus such as parents/guardians, teachers, and volunteers. CLS cannot guarantee a nut free campus.