Boise State Department of World Languages

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Language and culture students from Boise State University Basque Studies, along with Nere Lete and Ziortza Gandarias Beldarrain from the Department of World Languages, participated in the worldwide Korrika 2022 by organizing their own event on campus. Korrika, which means “running” in the Basque language is a 10-day event organized by the Alfabetatze Euskalduntze Koordinakundea (Basque Language Literacy and Language Teaching Collective). The event intends to raise funds to support the teaching of the Basque language but also encourages all speakers of the language to recommit to Basque, a less commonly taught and minoritized language.

Thousands of runners of all ages from the Basque Country and the Basque Diaspora run one-kilometer-long relays in a popular race that meanders through Basque Country covering more than 1,242 kilometers. A designated runner, most often representing a group that supports the Basque language, carries the lekukoa (baton) that passes from hand to hand symbolizing the Basque language as a collective patrimony. In addition to Boise State, other universities and cities outside the Basque Country joined the initiative.

Interviews with Lete and Gandarias Beldarrain appeared in the Berria newspaper and the NAIZ radio station, media outlets in the Basque Country.

Boise Basque Block
Boise State Department of World Languages

Are you passionate about literacy and volunteering?📚💙

The Peace Corps is seeking candidates for a highly specialized volunteer position involving promoting Spanish literacy in the Dominican Republic.

Serving as a volunteer often is a great gateway to getting employed at the Peace Corps, for those who may be interested in becoming career civil service professionals in that laudable agency.

Others have gone on to have great careers in:
- The private sector
- The State Department
- U.S. Agency for International Development
- Other federal and state agencies
- Nonprofits
- Education and other sectors

Click the links in our bio to learn more about this opportunity!

APPLY BY AUG. 1ST ⏰
We hope you have been studying hard and are ready for your finals this week. Have a great summer! What are your plans?⬇️😊
Finals Week calls for pump-up music...

OK KID is a German-Pop band from Gießen, Germany. The three-person band started in 2012, with music that mixes pop and rap styles. Check out their music: 🎧🧡

What song is getting you through this week, tell us in the comments below⬇️
This months language is Japanese!🗣

USEFUL PHRASES🤍🇯🇵
♦️Hello.... こんにちは (konnichiwa)
♦️My name is… 私は…です。(watashiwa…desu)
♦️Yes... はい (hai)
♦️No... いいえ (iie)
♦️Please... お願いします (onegaishimasu)
♦️Thank you... ありがとうございます (arigatougozaimasu)

What is your favorite language? ✨
This months language is Japanese!🗣

USEFUL PHRASES🤍🇯🇵
♦️Hello.... こんにちは (konnichiwa)
♦️My name is… 私は…です。(watashiwa…desu)
♦️Yes... はい (hai)
♦️No... いいえ (iie)
♦️Please... お願いします (onegaishimasu)
♦️Thank you... ありがとうございます (arigatougozaimasu)
Your role with the WLRC: WLRC Director.

Majors, Minors, Certificates: Educational Technology (Masters), Online Teaching for Adult Learners (Grad Cert), Mass Communication/Journalism (BA), Spanish (BA).

What Languages do you speak/are you learning? English, Spanish, and a little ASL and Japanese.

I am PASSIONATE about providing students with opportunities to practice their language skills in a safe environment and creating high quality, low cost (free is best!) teaching materials for use by our K-16 instructors and students.

One STRENGTH of mine is brainstorming! If you need help coming up with an idea for an activity, I’d love to help.

One FUN thing about me is I’m on a quest to try as many flavors of Japanese Kit Kats as possible! (Did you know they are made by Nestle in Japan, instead of Hershey’s?) So far I’ve tried over 80 flavors and my favorite would have to be “Tokyo Banana”.
German students show off their creativity - Artistic Projects about Berlin in German 202, and a fantastic Poetry Slam in German 320 (Creative Writing)!
📚The Boise State Pathways Project team is excited to share our new Let’s Chat! collection of French, German, and Spanish conversation activity books!

Each language has its own dedicated Pressbook, making it easy for teachers to search for and implement Pathways activities. In addition to a “one-stop” shop for interpersonal speaking activities, the team has worked hard to add the following elements to each activity:

🔶Products, Practices, and Perspectives:
We've included the target cultural practices, products and perspectives for each activity.

🔷Updated Thematic Topics, including Grammar:
Each activity is tagged with a set of keywords including thematic topics and grammatical structures. This will help you to find an activity in the Thematic Table of Contents, located at the beginning of the book, or by using the search button at the top of your screen.

🔶Cultural Notes:
The Cultural Notes section contains additional information regarding the activity’s theme or grammatical topics. These can help the course instructor become more familiar with the topics at hand, be shared with students, or integrated into additional course activities.

🌐Visit http://ow.ly/lkUq50IRSvP or scan the QR code to learn more!



Boise State University Boise State University College of Arts and Sciences ACTFL Pacific Northwest Council for Languages - PNCFL Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning DepEd Open Educational Resources - OER Language Teaching Professionals Language Teaching Lead with Languages Idaho State Department of Education Albertsons Library
Learn how French lecturer Hortense Saget helped French Americans participate in France's election!

Did you know..
🔸 38,200 French Americans live in Idaho
🔹 In France, citizens vote directly for the candidate that they want
🔸 French elections have two rounds of voting
🔹 French citizens in Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana must travel to Sal Lake City to vote

Click the link in our bio to read more! 🇫🇷📰

Oliver, Jeffery. “French Lecturer Saget Assists with French Elections in the U.S.” Boise State News, April 15, 2022. shorturl.at/kvyB3
Happy Earth Day from the WLRC! 🌏💙

Fun fact: Every year on April 22, Earth Day is celebrated by 1 billion people in more than 193 countries.
✨Josepha Sowanou✨

Role with WLRC: French conversation lab assistant.

Major: French secondary education.

What languages do you speak/are learning? French, English, and many West African dialects.

I am PASSIONATE about people, learning, food, and adventure.

One STRENGTH of mine is prioritizing others’ need.

One FUN thing about me is I microwave my steak because I like my meat with no blood.
Music Monday🎶🧡

Start off your week by listening to some new music. Click the link in our bio to see our Spotify playlists!

Can you guess the language of today’s song? Comment down below with your guesses⬇️

🌍World Languages at Boise State University🌏
We teach Arabic, ASL, Basque, Bosnian, Chinese, Fr Go Global with a Language Degree!

The study of languages gives students a sound foundation in the liberal arts. Graduates with language backgrounds possess a resource for continuing intellectual growth and personal fulfillment, a passport for moving easily within the world community and its diverse cultures, and a practical tool for earning a living. Programs in the Department of World Languages concentrate on the acquisition of l

Operating as usual

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 01/17/2023

Mark your calendars, January 25th 🗓️

Fullbright's scholar Lera Vasilyeva will be discussing:
⭐ Navigation methods used by the Dolgans of the Eastern Taimyr Peninsula, Russia.
⭐ Important navigation techniques
⭐ Cultural Limitations
⭐ Environmental engagement

More about Lera Vasilyeva...
Dr. Vasilyeva is a US Fulbright Scholar in the Anthropology Department at Boise State University. Her Fulbright project is titled Roadless Societies: Off-road vehicles and infrastructural self organization in the Russian Arctic and Alaska. Dr. Vasilyeva is a research fellow at the Center for Arctic Social Studies, European University at St. Petersburg, Russia. Her research focuses on mobility practices, social construction of space, and perception of infrastructure in the Russian North. She has conducted fieldwork in several regions on the Arctic coast, but her primary region of interest is the Taimyr Peninsula. She has a book chapter in the upcoming volume The Siberia World (Routledge) titled “Infrastructural
Brokers in a Logistical Cul-de-sac: Taimyr’s Wild Winter Road Drivers.” Her previous projects include: Russian Harbors of Transarctic Route: Space and Societies of Russia's Arctic Coast on the Eve of a New Period in the History of Northern Sea Route; ‘Children of the Nineties’: Strategies for the Present and Plans for the Future.

See you there!

01/13/2023

Word of the day.mp4

A french phrase for your Friday 🥰

We are excited to share with you more French words and phrases throughout January. Did you know that French is considered a Romance language?

Romantic languages are latin languages, evolved from Vulgar (or common) Latin. The major languages of the family include French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Romanian, all national languages.

Suggest your fav french words/phrases in the comments below ⬇️

Source: Dictionary.com

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 01/11/2023

What does, "The Year of The Rabbit" mean?

According to The Japan Times, the year of the Rabbit is expected to be much chiller, more restful year with lots of contemplation.

Celebrate "The Year of The Rabbit" with Boise State's Chinese Club on January 26th

🎊Entertainment will include:
- Beautiful Chinese traditional and ethnic group dances
- Chinese songs
- Gong Fu Show

The annual China Night event is open to all Boise State University students, faculty, and staff, as well as the general public.

Source: The Japan Times, Kathryn Wortley, "What To Expect in The Year of The Rabbit"

01/06/2023

WELCOME BACK.mp4

T-2 days until spring semester ⏰

Another semester of language learning, yes, please! Our staff is excited to start up new conversation labs after the winter break.

Tell us using emoji's how you feel about your foreign language progress⬇️

We will start... 😎🤯😳

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 12/09/2022

Swipe to see when the WLRC is open during Finals Week➡️

We are here to help! Stop by while we are open next week to utilize our resources, computers, iPads, language books, etc.

Let's end the semester strong together, have questions on how we can help? Comment down below or message us!

💙🧡YOU GOT THIS🧡💙

12/07/2022

Fall semester is coming to a close, here are our 4 tips for finals week!

What tips do you have for students? Share your tips down below!

Alpha Mu Gamma & WL Scholarship Recipients | Fall 2022 12/02/2022

Alpha Mu Gamma & WL Scholarship Recipients | Fall 2022

Join us in celebrating the Fall 2022 Alpha Mu Gamma members!

Language learning leads to so many great opportunities. We are so proud of these exceptional language students and their unique language learning journeys.

Comment if you see any familiar faces 🥳⬇


Alpha Mu Gamma & WL Scholarship Recipients | Fall 2022 Music: "Snow" by Ikson

11/18/2022

Last chance to check out any books, movies, or devices before thanksgiving break!

Stop by, we will be open today until 4:30pm!

Thanksgiving Break Reminders...
⭐️ NO conversation labs
⭐️ NO check-outs or returns
⭐️ Enjoy your much needed break!

Any plans for break?? Tell us in your target language, in the comments below ⬇️

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 11/09/2022

If you love languages, you will love working at the WLRC...

"Working at the WLRC has been the most surprising and rewarding experiences for me at Boise State. I've loved it!" - WLRC staff member

Come work with our awesome staff! We are currently hiring for the Spring 23' semester, both internship and work study opportunities 👀🧡

Swipe to view some of our positions ➡️

Comment below any questions you may have, and check out HANDSHAKE to apply!

11/04/2022

Passing along our current movie favorites🍿

Featured Movies + languages...
Isi & Ossi - German
The Perfect Family - Spanish
Amilie - French
Ponyo - Japanese
The Empress - German
Call Me By Your Name - French

Drop all of your movie recommendations in the comments below!!

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/28/2022

Tis the spooky season, swipe to learn about end of October celebrations around the world ➡️

We love learning about different celebrations and cultural practices. Is there a celebration that we didn't mention?

⭐Comment down below a cultural celebration that interests you⭐

Have a safe and fun weekend, happy Friday!
Source: NPR, 'How Halloween is Celebrated Around The World', by Giulia Heyward

10/26/2022

It's week 10 friends, motivation is in high demand, and we are here to help!🧡

This week's motivation comes from Arabic Conversation Lab Assistant, Sara Bakari:

"I always tell my Arabic students, "I loovvee mistakes! don't be afraid of making mistakes, because this is one of the effective ways of learning a language.""

Comment an emoji that best describes your mood this week ⬇ (here is ours: 🎃)

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/26/2022

Looking for a fun activity to do with friends? Learn how to tie Chinese knots!

The Boise State Chinese Club is hosting this free workshop, open to all students. Create bracelets, lanyards, key chains, and more!

🔔Mark your calendars🔔

November 11th, 2022
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Ah Fong room in the SUB

See you there!!

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/24/2022

Happy Monday Broncos, play word finder with us! 🕵️🧡

Featured Languages:
⭐ German
⭐ French
⭐ Korean
⭐ ASL

Do you have a word suggestion for next weeks word finder? Comment down below a suggestion⬇

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/21/2022

🤳NEWS SPOTLIGHT: NPR's article, "Enrollment in Korean classes has shot up. Thank K-pop", written by Ashley Ahn

What inspired you to learn your target language?

Here is a preview of how Korean pop culture has influenced U.S. students...

"From K-pop phenomena "Gangnam Style" and BTS to South Korea's success on screen with Parasite and Squid Game, interest in Korean popular culture has skyrocketed in the past decade. One way experts have seen this interest manifest is in the steep rise in enrollment in Korean language classes."

"U.S. college student enrollment in Korean language classes has risen 78% from 2009 to 2016, reaching 15,000, while total enrollment in language classes has plateaued in recent years, according to data analyzed from Modern Language Association. The only other widely learned language with significant growth in the span was American Sign Language, which increased enrollments by 37%."

📰Read more from NPR: https://www.npr.org/2022/10/19/1129380984/korean-language-classes-us-colleges-k-pop-parasite-squid-game

10/19/2022

Midweek motivation received ✅

"He who knows no foreign languages knows nothing of his own" - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

If there was a mic drop emoji we would put it here. 🎤⬇ (

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/17/2022

Can you find the word? Swipe to play Word Finder ➡️

Featured Languages...
⭐ Spanish
⭐ Japanese
⭐ Basque
⭐ ASL

We love creating these word finders, COMMENT YOUR FAVORITE FRUIT, once you've found the word for 'disguise'!

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/10/2022

Monday word finder, you know the drill 😎

Today's featured words:
⭐️ German
⭐️ Basque
⭐️ Korean
⭐️ French
⭐️ ASL

Comment your favorite emoji when you've found the word in your target language ⬇

10/05/2022

Have you been following along with Emma's epic takeover? 🇩🇪💬

Today Emma has given us all a peak into a day in the life. Emma is a German Conversation Lab Assistant with the WLRC, with the aspiration of becoming a German teacher!

Emma tells us that she is very passionate about learning, saying, "learning is one of the biggest things that happens during our life and I love learning new things about people or life in general!"

If you missed Emma's takeover, no worries.

✅ We've added Emma's Takeover to our 'Takeovers' highlight in our Instagram profile!

Danke Emma 💙

10/03/2022

Follow along today for a WLRC social media takeover with ✨Thais✨

Thais is a Spanish Conversation Lab Assistant. She is passionate about global health, language learning, and classical music!

A fun fact about Thais is that she has practiced Opera for 6 years and has performed in various productions and programs!

⬆️ Ask her questions on our story
OR
⬇️ In the comments below

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 10/03/2022

Swipe to play Word Finder with us...

Todays Featured Languages:
⭐️ Arabic
⭐️ Spanish
⭐️ Japanese
⭐️ French

Comment an emoji when you find the word for 'fall' in your target language!

09/30/2022

But, have you read Harry Potter in your target language?

We have books in your target language, stop by sometime next week to browse!

📖 Students can check out books for up to 2 weeks, with the option for renewal! 📖

Todays Featured Books:
Harry Potter - Portugese
Chocolat - English
l'art de la Meditation - French
Der Schimmenlreiter - German

Have a great weekend 💙🧡

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/28/2022

Feeling like you're in a language learning rut?

Maybe creating a language journal is your solution!

Here are some of our ideas on how to make the best language journal:
⭐️ Track days that you consumed media in your target language
⭐️ Keep list of learned vocabulary
⭐️ Complete writing prompts for writing practice
⭐️ Create a grammar section for grammar rules that you often forget
⭐️ Expand on course concepts

Design it to your needs, swipe for inspiration!

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/27/2022

Join us this Wednesday, September 28th for:
🍩, ☕️, and 💬

(Donuts, Coffee, and Informal Advising)

Come by for a donut and informal advising.
Ask about a language certificate, minor or major you are interested in!

⏰ 9AM - 11AM
📍The World Language Resource Center

See you there!

09/23/2022

Learn what language you should learn next based off of this personality quiz!

✅ Click the link in our bio for the quiz

Share your results with us in the comments⬇️

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/21/2022

Calling all Arabic learners📣

Swipe for Arabic language learning accounts to follow!

OUR TIPS...
💙 Search your target language on social media, to find relevant accounts
💙 Check out Podcasts in your target language
💙 Rent a movie in your target language from the WLRC

We love learning about your favorite language learning accounts, share with us your favorites in the comments ⬇

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/20/2022

Celebrating Latinx art❤️

The Arbiter's Julianne Gee wrote an awesome article in October of 2021 covering Latinx Artists and their work! Here are just a few excerpts from their article.

✅Click the link in our bio to view the FULL story

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/19/2022

⚠️WORD FINDER MONDAY⚠️

We know that you love a good word finder....

This weeks featured languages are:
⭐️ASL
⭐️French
⭐️Japanese
⭐️Arabic

What words do you want to search for next week? Comment down below:)

09/14/2022

Having trouble finding your conversation lab assistant?

They are busy bees, and can be hard to track down. We’ve made it easy for you!

Check out our Bulletin board located outside of the WLRC entrance:

You’ll Find…
⭐️your target language
⭐️conversation lab assistants name
⭐️lab time + LOCATION

Drop into our staff office, located in the WLRC if you have any questions!

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/12/2022

Welcome to week 4, we have been having so much fun meeting new and returning language students!

Here are our tips for the week:
✅ Try something new (sport, event, club)
✅ Practice speaking in your target language with a classmate
✅ Take time to rest

Now for the fun part....
Consider this a continuation of your Sunday newspaper, swipe to play Word Finder!

Comment your favorite emoji when you find a translation for 'hello'😎💙

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/09/2022

Swipe to see our favorites of the week❤️

A lot of students are concerned about their speaking skills, but listening is such a vital skill in the language learning process!

Do you have a favorite podcast in your target language? Comment your suggestions below, we would love to share it ⬇

‘The cognitive benefits of learning a language’ in two minutes 09/07/2022

‘The cognitive benefits of learning a language’ in two minutes

https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/blog/cognitive-benefits-learning-language-two-minutes/#:~:text=Cognitive%20performance&text=Learning%20a%20new%20language%20through,empathy%20and%20a%20global%20mindset.

‘The cognitive benefits of learning a language’ in two minutes A report from the British Academy takes a closer look at the academic evidence behind claims that learning a language also improves empathy, creativity, mental alertness and memory.

09/07/2022

Wednesdays call for some midweek motivation...even if it is a short week💙

We know that language learning isn't easy, learning through mistakes is the best learning lesson.

Comment a word that you has a double meaning in your target language!

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 09/05/2022

Mark your calendars, you've been invited to a fiesta🥳

Celebrate Idaho's Hispanic heritage and diverse cultures!

September 24th, 12pm-5pm
At the Idaho State Museum

Check out the English or Spanish flyer for more information, or to learn more: https://history.idaho.gov/event/fiesta/

09/02/2022

🔓Long weekend unlocked🔓

The WLRC will be closed on Monday 9/5, this means...
- No class
- No language labs
- No visiting your amazing WLRC staff🥲

Those that have Monday labs, you will have to make-up your lab. This means completing the "Conversation Lab Make-Up" Google Form, click the link in our bio to access!

Teach us a new word that you learned this week in your target language, comment below ⬇

08/31/2022

🍂 Join the Pathways Project team for a free, 3️⃣ webinar series this fall!

We've designed these webinars to discuss frequently asked questions by world language teachers and the open education community. Scan the QR codes or visit this document to register:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Dg4BqQqtqCU6a5vlB3oxrwD0XfQJICQx_v7Ecbwtn6Q/edit?usp=sharing

🔷Overcoming Copyright Fears
Sept 13th from 11am-12pm (MT)

🔶Digital Humanities & Authentic Resources
Oct 12th from 12pm-1pm (MT)

🔷 Remixing & Redistributing
Nov 10th from 10am-11am (MT)

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 08/30/2022

"True or False, "I like going on long walks and supporting ASL."

The correct answer, "True".

WALK4ASL is challenging us all to participate in their fundraiser, happening Saturday Sept. 24th.

Walk4ASL Goals:

★Educate the Idaho community about the benefits of American Sign Language (ASL) for Deaf children ages 0-5 and to dispel common myths of ASL through media tools

★Raise funds for more accessible ASL services including classes, ASL advocates, and mentors for families with Deaf children.

⏰Sign-up for Walk4ASL by Sept. 6th⏰

Accepting the challenge to compete with your ASL club?

Please email [email protected] to sign up your ASL Club!

08/29/2022

Monday means the start of Conversation Labs🥳

Soak up this helpful tip from our Japanese Conversation Lab Assistant, Kaden:

"Start speaking in your target language even if you have no idea where it's going or how the sentence with end."

When is your first conversation lab? Tell us in the comments ⬇💙

08/25/2022

We made a personality quiz that will tell you what movie to check out from the WLRC 😎💙

Tap the link in our bio to access the quiz, then comment below your results!

FUN FACTS
- We have over 1,200 foreign language films to choose from
- Check out a movie for a max of 1 week
- Watch a movie in our Language Lounge on the big screen

Stop by our office in the Albertsons Library L-140B to browse our epic film collection!

Give us your recommendations, comment below your favorite foreign language film⬇

Photos from Boise State Department of World Languages's post 08/24/2022

⏰SIGN-UP FOR YOUR CONVERSATION LAB⏰

Swipe to learn how! Remember that conversation labs don't start until next week, August 29th.

Our Conversation Lab Assistants are hard at work prepping labs, excited to meet new and returning language students.

Not sure what a conversation lab is? Here is what you need to know:
🧡 Conversation labs are weekly 30 minute practice sessions conducted entirely in the target language!

🧡 Focus on conversational speaking skills and the content will reinforce what you've learned in class.

🧡 You will not be graded on accuracy, but rather participation! Please show up ready to speak and try new things out. Mistakes are how you learn!

Make sure that you make every effort to speak in the target language and use your provided "survival phrases" when you need help!

Comment below any questions that you have, another student may have the same question⬇

See ya in lab;)

Go Global with a Language Degree!

The study of languages gives students a sound foundation in the liberal arts. Graduates with language backgrounds possess a resource for continuing intellectual growth and personal fulfillment, a passport for moving easily within the world community and its diverse cultures, and a practical tool for earning a living. Programs in the Department of World Languages concentrate on the acquisition of language and knowledge of the cultures that the language expresses.

The department offers baccalaureate degrees and minors in French, German, and Spanish; minors in American Sign Language, Arabic Studies, Basque Studies, Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, Latin American and Latino/a Studies, Latin, as well as language instruction in Bosnian, Korean and Portuguese.

Special encouragement is given to students who wish to pursue a minor emphasis in a world language to support a major taken outside the department. With the changing population of the United States and the growing interdependence of the international community, career opportunities are expanding rapidly for graduates who know a second language. Second language competency has become highly desirable in teaching, government, social services, diplomacy, law, medicine, mass communications, science, technology, international trade, and marketing. The programs in world languages have the latitude and flexibility to fit nearly any career goal.

The Department of World Languages encourages students who wish to acquire proficiency at a “professional” or “near-native” level to spend time in a region whose language they are studying. Programs available through the Office of International Learning Opportunities give students a chance to master a language and learn more about culture and customs, often while studying at foreign universities and living with local families.

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Another semester of language learning? Yes, please.We are excited to welcome you back!🔔 Turn on your notification bell f...
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This months language is Japanese!🗣USEFUL PHRASES🤍🇯🇵♦️Hello.... こんにちは (konnichiwa)♦️My name is…  私は…です。(watashiwa…desu)♦️...
This months language is Japanese!🗣USEFUL PHRASES🤍🇯🇵♦️Hello.... こんにちは (konnichiwa)♦️My name is…  私は…です。(watashiwa…desu)♦️...
Music Monday🎶🧡Start off your week by listening to some new music. Click the link in our bio to see our Spotify playlists...
Music Monday, of course🎧🌍Transport yourself into France by listening to this week's  "A La Plage" by Juniore.The Indie P...
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Happy spring break from the WLRC! 🧡🌏We hope you have a fun and safe week off of school. What is one thing that you have ...

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Boise, 83706

Boise State's Bachelor of Applied Science and Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Professional stu

Boise State Career Services Boise State Career Services
1464 W University Drive
Boise, 83725

From the day you register for classes, Career Services is here to help you make the most of your Boi

Loyal Subject Tutoring Loyal Subject Tutoring
Boise, 83713

Math, English, and German Tutor in Boise

Young Hearts Ed Young Hearts Ed
3350 W Americana Terrace, Ste 310
Boise, 83706

Confidence in Knowledge CPR, BLS, First Aid, Pediatric training classes provide in our classrooms or

Computers for Kids - Idaho Computers for Kids - Idaho
8540 W Elisa Street
Boise, 83709

We are a non-profit organization who aims to provide all students grades K-14 with a home computer.

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Boise State Concurrent Enrollment
220 E Parkcenter Boulevard
Boise, 83706

Official page for Concurrent Enrollment Program at Boise State: http://extendedstudies.bois

Idaho Real Estate School Idaho Real Estate School
1450 S Eagle Flight Way, Ste 100
Boise, 83709

Idaho Real Estate School is a state certified real estate school offering both day and night classes

Peace Valley Charter School Peace Valley Charter School
1845 S Federal Way
Boise, 83705

Boise's only public Waldorf charter school. We serve grades K - 8, blending the standard common core

Music Lesson Den Drum Studio Music Lesson Den Drum Studio
7461 S Mistyglen Avenue
Boise, 83709

The Music lessons Den is located in S. W. Boise. We offer Private lessons for Drums & Percussion.

Downtown Teaching Farm Downtown Teaching Farm
W Fort Street
Boise, 83702

The Downtown Teaching Farm is a collaborative project of Boise High School.

Cathy's School for Lil' Fish Cathy's School for Lil' Fish
12285 W Ginger Creek Drive
Boise, 83713

We are a family-run swimming lesson business located in Boise that has been serving families from al