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September 8, 2021

 
 
  Visit an LCLC Peer Tutor and build your Spanish, German, French, or Italian skills!
  In the picture, from top to bottom: LCLC Peer Tutors Chantelle (French), Nate (German), and Lainey (Italian)
 

Dear UIC Language Student: 

Lars, a peer tutor in French, said it best: it can be a small thing that brings you to a peer tutoring session. So true! Peer tutors can help explain instructions, work on pronunciation, suggest study tips, collaborate with you to prepare for the first exam. Whether it's for vocabulary, grammar, or pronunciation, UIC students report that they benefit from a session with a peer tutor in French, German, Italian, or Spanish.
 

Who are our peer tutors? Our tutors are UIC students like you! Tutoring sessions are all online and drop-in (no need to reserve ahead of time). Here are our schedules for Spanish, French, German, and Italian.  Don’t have a question yet? Practice pronunciation, or just come for a chat in the language you’re learning.  

 
     
 

Peer Tutoring Calendar

 
 

Check out the Tutoring Schedule below. Don't see the calendar? Click HERE.

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  Valeria explains why reading el quijote wasn't so bad after all
 

Peer Tutoring Blog
Valeria 7/30 “Why Reading El Quijote Wasn’t So Bad After All 

“My senior year in high school, my Spanish teacher mentioned El Quijote a couple of times, the greatness of its author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, and how he was considered the Shakespeare of Spanish literature. He also mentioned how it wasn’t quite an easy read; it took time and effort. But we never got to read it in his class, and I was starting to believe I’d have to read it on my own time. Just imagine what a sin it would be if I, a prospective Spanish teacher, had never read one of the most important and recognized books in Spanish literature! Truth is, I was scared of not understanding it, of getting bored out of my mind because of the old language used in it, of it being too long and never-ending that I’d come to a point where, out of frustration, I’d just give up.”

Read more about Valeria’s experience with the Spanish classic here, and check out some other blog posts while you’re at it!

 
     
 
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Contact us on the Peer Tutoring Website or at our email: language-peer-tutors@uic.edu.

Tutors are looking forward to your visits!

 
 
 
 
 
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