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quarta-feira, 14 de setembro de 2011

[QUER ESTUDAR EM HARVARD?] Full-Time Intensive Programs

Full-Time Intensive Programs

The programs described below require, at a minimum, basic literacy in English. Some programs require intermediate, advanced, and high advanced English proficiency.
Your level is determined by your score on the Harvard English language placement test, then finalized by an essay and an oral test in the first class.
You must be at least 18 years old by July 1, 2011, to participate in the following program.

IEL S-DAY Intensive Integrated Skills (30900)

Mondays–Fridays, 9–11 am and 1–3 pm. Tuition: $5,280
Levels: A (beginning), B (intermediate), C (high intermediate), D (advanced), and E (high advanced)
Students in this program develop balanced proficiency in the 4 major communicative skills—listening, reading, speaking, and writing.
Students practice the methods used in American universities as they analyze and produce academic work in English, developing a wide and sophisticated vocabulary and improving their use of English in group and individual research projects, formal writing, oral presentations, and seminar discussions about scholarly papers, novels, and other forms of contemporary literature. Students use information presented in English in different media on the themes of education, politics, and the environment as springboards for their oral and written work in daily skills classes and three workshops each week. Once a week, students attend lectures by a Harvard professor or visit a local site of academic and cultural importance, and on Fridays all IEL students participate in a lecture and discussion session led by a Harvard professor.

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O choro pode durar uma noite, mas a alegria vem de manhã, bem cedo. (Salmos 30:5)