Tags » English As A Second Language

ESL: Tutoring With a Twist

In February of 2015, I wrote a grant for Canterbury House Campus Ministry in order to further develop their English as a Second Language (ESL) Tutoring Program. 34 more words

Campus Ministry

Resources for Black Friday

If you teach in an American ESL setting, your students were probably very excited about going shopping on Black Friday (it’s pretty much the only thing my students wanted to talk about on the Friday before our Thanksgiving break!). 234 more words


My therapist told me to 'write it out'.

I hate writing.


I don’t exactly hate writing. Currently as a (tryingly) functional member of society, part of the criteria is being able to communicate through spoken and written language with fluency. 655 more words

English As A Second Language

Blog #6- We are headed your way, Galapagos!

In order for GreenHearts to be accepted by the people of the Galapagos, we will need to create and implement a successful marketing strategy. Since the population of the islands is small, the sense of community is present in every situation and companies have an obligation to become a respectable part of the community. 461 more words

Jennie E. Atkins

Title: Director of the Centre for Executive and Professional Education

Company: University of Windsor

Location: Windsor, ON


As the director of the Centre for Executive and Professional Education at the University of Windsor, Jennie Atkins was inspired by her parents, who are both successful in their careers. 410 more words


The Regina Open Door Society and the power of persistence

Sel Murray remembers being a little worried.

Two of the women who’d taken his class on cross-cultural communication wanted to see them.

Did they want to argue about their marks? 480 more words

Local News

Aleksandra in LING 45

I actually talked a little bit about this in my previous post. I use a heavily code-switched speech called Poglish, which is a mix of Polish and English. 329 more words