Mango Languages @ Trinity

Mango LanguagesThe Blume Center has set up a 1-year site license to Mango Languages on a trial basis. This web-based language software is available to all Trinity students, faculty, and staff for free.

Instructional Technology Support for Language Learning

Language faculty and students at Trinity College have at their disposal a vast array of technology resources to create engaging learning experiences in the classroom and through online environments. In the case of the Blume Language and Culture Learning Center, it provides a 20-seat dual-platform (Macintosh and Windows) computer classroom that can be scheduled for instructional purposes on a regular basis or for specific sessions as needed.

Blume Language and Culture Learning Center

A virtual tour of the Blume Center.

Learning Languages through Music

world musicMany foreign language learners find it difficult to stay motivated long enough to master the intricacies of a new language. Language instructors commonly rely on music as a way to bridge the gap between students' interest and the target language and culture. Songs can serve as windows into the culture and the basis for in-depth discussions on a variety of issues.

Language Teaching

TeachingNo matter how much experience we have as language instructors, we frequently run into new tools and materials to try out in the classroom.

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