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Culturally Speaking Newsletters
Culturally Speaking is a short series of one to two page newsletters about educational, linguistic, and cultural topics within higher education, written by Danielle Bergez.
January 2016 From High School to University
April 2016 Plagiarism in Essays and Research Papers: What is an Instructor to Do?
June 2016 Effective Communication
July 2016 The Roller Coaster of Acculturation
August 2016 Academic Culture Shock Part 1
October 2016 Academic Culture Shock Part 2
November 2016 Resources about International Students
December 2016 Studying in a Non-Native Language
January 2017 New Year, New Semester, New Block!
February 2017 Resources for Cultural Awareness
March 2017 International Students and Scholars in the U.S.
ESL Student Resources – Writing
The following resources contain information and advice for instructors working with non-native speakers of English including, but not limited to, cultural differences in education, class participation, communication, listening comprehension, note-taking, writing, and presenting.
The following e-books are available through the Wilmington University Library and also contain a variety of information and resources for instructors working with non-native English speaking students.
ESL Student Resources – Vocabulary
The following links provide writing resources for non-native speakers of English.
ESL Students by Purdue Online Writing Lab
ESL Student Resources – Grammar
The following links contain academic vocabulary resources and exercises for non-native English speakers.
The links below offer non-native English speaking students resources about grammar.