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On Campus and Beyond: From Speaking to Writing, Part 2

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

In my previous blog (Part 1), I provided a few suggestions on how speaking activities from two units in the ESL speaking class that I taught this summer could be adjusted and implemented in a writing course. My goal was … Continue reading

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On Campus and Beyond: From Speaking to Writing, Part 1

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

I have just finished teaching a summer ESL course entitled “Cross-Cultural Talk”—a speaking class that focuses on language fluency at a low-intermediate level of language proficiency. Because I always try to help my students to become more familiar with the … Continue reading

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Exploring a Local Community Through Writing: Examples of Writing Assignments

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

In my June blog, I described several writing projects that teachers can implement to help students become familiar with their local academic environment (campus, institution, or program). In this post, I will expand the list of writing tasks aimed at … Continue reading

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Exploring Campus Through Writing: Examples of Writing Assignments

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

In my April blog, I shared an activity that can help students explore their campus environment through a writing project. Today I’d like to describe other ideas teachers can implement in a writing course to help students socialize in their … Continue reading

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ESP Project Leader Profile: Jennifer Speier

Kevin Knight
Kevin Knight

Hello, ESPers worldwide! In the 44th ESP project leader profile, we learn more about one of the TESOL ESPIS leaders, the secretary and archivist, Jennifer Speier. When I spoke with Jennifer at the annual convention in Chicago in March 2018, … Continue reading

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