Ma Visite au Hood Museum!
At Dartmouth, taking a language goes far beyond what you learn in the classroom. Students experience drill, an exercise where a student who is native in the language being taught gets together with the class to practice speaking skills. There are also several immersive study abroad opportunities where students can study in Paris, Rome, Beijing, and more. Finally, the language departments host several events that students can attend to enrich their cultural learning. This week, the French and Italian departments hosted a visit to the Hood Museum at Dartmouth. There, we had the opportunity to discover and learn more about Francophone art.
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