Monday, June 19, 2017
The latest issue of our student literary magazine was distributed last week. This issue features the work of 20 students from the morning, afternoon, and evening programs. We are thankful to Nursen for her continued dedication to this fantastic project, and we are thankful to all the teachers who encouraged students to share their work. Most of all, however, we are thankful for the work and generosity of our student authors! You can find the literary magazine in the office, the faculty room, and here.
Thursday, June 8, 2017
Monday, May 22, 2017
Check out the latest story on We Are The English Language Center!"I want to be a psychologist and studying English helps me prepare for college." - Salma, 🇪🇬 Check out her story on the #telcstories blog! (Link in bio)A post shared by The English Language Center (@telclaguardia) on
Monday, May 15, 2017
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
This symposium on Friday is free, on campus, and may be of interest to many of you. Teachers are also encouraged to bring their classes, if they wish. Click here to register; the schedule (including afternoon offerings) is listed below.
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Our first book club meeting is Tuesday (4/18) from 1:00 to 2:00 in C327. We will talk about a scene in Chapter 1. If you don't have time to read before the meeting - or if you are a little nervous about reading a novel in English - come to the meeting anyhow! We will start slow, and have fun with this beautiful book. All students, teachers, and staff are invited. #onebookny 📖A post shared by The English Language Center (@telclaguardia) on
The first meeting of the Americanah book club is coming up! Students, teachers and staff are all invited, and we are looking forward to this chance to socialize as a department. Please encourage your students to attend!
For the first meeting, we will focus on a scene in Chapter 1. If you have a chance to read the chapter, that's great; if not, I will bring some copies of this scene to read at the meeting. If you prefer to listen to the book, Scribd is offering a free trial download of the audiobook. I just downloaded the app to my phone, and I might start listening to the book on my commute.