Type of Presentation

Individual paper/presentation (20 minute presentation)

Target Audience

Higher Education


Room 111


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Presentation Description

Traditionally, international students learn English as a Second Language in a classroom "equipped" with an instructor (and a blackboard) or, if they are lucky, impersonally in a lab with a line of, hopefully, updated computer programs and access to the internet. However, it is learning outsde the confines of the classroom (outside the box) that proves equally beneficial in acquiring higher level of mastery of the language. This presentation is designed to share the experiences, proving the benefits of creating a professional student newsletter. The example is "hello!", Savannah College of Art and Design ESL Department's official newsletter, published quarterly in "District" (The Student Voice of SCAD).


ESL, Information literacy, Student newsletters

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)


Oct 3rd, 1:30 PM Oct 3rd, 2:45 PM

Learning English As a Second Language Outside the Box Creating “Hello!,” A Professional Student Newsletter

Room 111

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