This is a short course that aims at developing speaking skills. It is a five-week fee-based course that meets twice a week for a total of ten hours. This seminar is designed to graduate and professional students who speak English as a second language. Students will study several aspects of spoken English learning strategies to improve their speaking skills. The topics covered include pronunciation, intonation, rhythm, presentation and group discussion skills, vocabulary, and idioms. Although the course has strong emphasis on academic English, attention is also given to different registers of the language because of the diverse social settings the students need to respond to.
Hot off the presses! Our annual ESSential planners are a great way to keep yourself organized. It's full of tips on how to manage your time, helpful campus resource information, and useful CWRU event dates and deadlines. Swing over to the ESS office in Sears Library 470 and grab one today to help yourself start the next semester off on the right foot!
UNIV 100: Essential Academic Strategies, is a non-credit five-week seminar that helps you develop ways to effectively manage your busy schedule, prepare for exams, take better notes, and enhance study skills—all in just one hour a week! The seminar will meet Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m. and is facilitated by ESS staff. Session one of UNIV 100 runs weeks 2 through 6.
Enrollment is limited - so register through SIS today! Click here for more information.
Study Group +1 is an effective way to help CWRU students diversify and maximize their study time. This program is designed to enhance the learning experience for undergraduate students. Students can strengthen their understanding through discussion of course content in a peer tutor-supported study group of no more than 5 students. Study Group +1 can help students prepare for lecture, class discussion, a quiz or exam, or to work through a challenging homework assignment. Study Group +1 allows students to utilize their collective knowledge to achieve a shared academic goal: UNDERSTANDING! For more information, or to request a peer tutor for your Study Group, visit Study Group +1.
Learn about the SELPers, peer tutors from our Spoken English Language Program. SELPers meet individually with CWRU undergraduate, graduate and professional students, for up to an hour a week, throughout the week. Many of them are working on degrees in English, while some of them have backgrounds in technical communication or have science or engineering majors - but no matter what kind of educational focus they are working in, they all have been trained to help you with your spoken English needs!
To set appointments for the Spoken English Language Partners,sign in through TutorTrac.