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close this bookPeace Corps Language Training Curriculum (Peace Corps; 1994; 158 pages)
View the documentForeword
View the documentPeace Corps curriculum scope and sequence
View the documentIntroduction:
View the documentPeace Corps language curriculum: General activities
View the documentPeace Corps curriculum - Grammar activities
View the documentPeace Corps curriculum - Listening activities
View the documentTopic I: Personal identification
View the documentTopic II: Classroom orientation
View the documentTopic III: Social language: Host family
View the documentTopic IV: Food, host family
View the documentTopic V: Housing: Host family
View the documentTopic VI: Money
View the documentTopic VII: Employment
View the documentTopic VIII: Health
View the documentTopic IX: Clothing
View the documentTopic X: Shopping for food
View the documentTopic XI: Housing: Finding a place to live
View the documentTopic XII: Transportation
View the documentTopic XIII: Food: Restaurant/Host
View the documentTopic XIV: Communications: Post office and telephone
View the documentSample format for the language curriculum

Peace Corps Language Training Curriculum

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