Guatemala Winter School course on K'iche'
December 09, 2020 Linguistics
Two weeks of intensive K'iche' to be offered online during Winter Session.
January 18-31, 2021, UMD’s Mayan language Winter School is offering a two-week online class in K’iche’, a Mayan language. Experienced instructors in Guatemala will provide language immersion using a well-established intensive method. Online classes will take place for three hours each day, with materials and practice activities to work on outside of class time. Instructors provide one-on-one assistance and customized language learning materials.
The cost of the program is $300. Please apply here before December 14, 2020.
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