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University Center for Language and Literacy pres.

Speaking American English: A Workshop for English Language Learners

Virtual Session Beginning Soon

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The University Center for Language and Literacy is offering a workshop designed to help you reach personal communication goals. Speaking American English: A workshop for English Language Learners offers a supportive environment where you have the opportunity to practice the language skills that are important to you.

Our certified Speech-Language Pathologists use techniques to help non-native English speakers feel more confident in their communications – whether that’s giving a presentation, or taking notes in a class with a native speaker who speaks fast. The goal of the program is not to eliminate a client’s accent, but to build confidence in any communication or setting.

Participants set their own individual goals at the start of the workshop and will work to achieve those goals using a combination of small group activities and one-on-one interaction. The workshop typically runs for 10 weeks, but will depend on when it begins. If the group workshop does work with your schedule, please contact us; individual consultations are available.

What to Expect
* An initial meeting focusing on setting your personal goals and objectives
* Both group and individual activities
* Exercises for improving articulation, rate control, and projection
* Increased confidence in social and professional interactions
* Guidance from a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist

Contact UCLL at (734) 764-8440 or visit LanguageExperts.org for more details and to register.
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Cost

  • $275 plus materials
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