SFCC

Modern Languages

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Web Faculty/Staff Phone Office Email
French 221-222-223 - Intermediate French Language and Culture Through Film French Club
Goodman, Elodie; French Instructor (509) 533-3892 5-161 Elodie.Goodman@sfcc.spokane.edu
Gloria Guo Chinese Language Class Guo, Gloria; Chinese Instructor (509) 533-3701 5-137 Gloria.Guo@sfcc.spokane.edu
Internation Education Huff, Yasuka; Japanese Instructor (509) 533-3367 5-105A Yasuka.Huff@sfcc.spokane.edu
  Johnson, Erin; Spanish Faculty (509) 533-8979 1-211A ErinJ@spokanefalls.edu
  Roulet Hormann, Stephanie; Instructor (509) 533-3598 5-161 Stephanie.RouletHormann@sfcc.spokane.edu
Spanish 121 Spanish 122-123
Spanish 221 Spanish 222-223
SPANISH CLUB Study Abroad in Salamanca, Spain
Valenzuela, Gabriel; Instructor (509) 533-3472 24-124 Gabriel.Valenzuela@sfcc.spokane.edu
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International Language Center

The ILC is a place where language students have access to a wide variety of resources to support the study of language. The ILC is equipped with 36 computer workstations complete with headphones and voice-recording capability. Computers have access to internet and printing and language-specific software programs.

Peer-to-peer tutoring is offered in French, Japanese and Spanish. Tutoring schedules are available online.

The ILC is located in building 5, room 105 and is generally open on weekdays from 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM, plus an additional two weekday afternoons until 6:45 PM. Days and hours may vary.

The International Language Center offers:

  • 34 Windows PC workstations with headphones, microphones, and software for several different languages.
  • Microsoft Office.
  • 1 video-media station equipped with a television, VCR, and headphones.
  • 1 audio-media station equipped with a cassette player, microphone and headphones.
  • A list of Movies, Audio Tapes, Music CDs, Games, and CD ROM Programs in several different languages is available for in lab check out and use.

International TV

The Center also has a viewing and discussion area with satellite television that receives channels from 40 countries around the world, a multiple region VCR, couch, table, and chairs where students are able to watch foreign language movies, and educational videos.

Internet

  • All computer workstations have access to the Internet.
  • Browsing is available using FireFox or Internet Explorer.

Online Dictionaries

Educational Sites

World Language Multimedia Sites

English as a Second Language

German Instructor's Sites