Are you a student with a knack for languages, logic, and computational thinking? If so, then you should participate in NACLO! What is NACLO? NACLO (North American Computational Linguistics Open Competition) is a contest in which high-school students solve linguistic puzzles. In solving these puzzles, students learn about the diversity and consistency of language, while exercising logic skills. Yale University is offering 4 Zoom practice sessions for students in grades 8-12 to prepare for the Open Round Competition in January. Join Yale tutors and try your hand at deciphering an ancient script or deducing the logical patterns of Swahili or Hawaiian! No prior knowledge of linguistics or second languages is necessary.
Zoom link will be sent the morning of the workshop.
To register for the final NACLO Zoom practice session visit: onha.yale.edu/NACLO2020