• Monday Mouthfuls with Kelly: An Introduction to Linking

    Some English as a Second Language students demand to learn how to pronounce every word "perfectly," but it is extremely difficult if not impossible. Many students think that in order to speak every word perfectly, eve...
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  • Monday Mouthfuls: Helpful Pronunciation Websites

    Good afternoon, English as a Second Language students! There are many websites that can help you practice your pronunciation. Today, I'm going to feature two websites that you should check out if you want to brush up ...
    Kelly Flemming
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  • Pronouncing Multisyllabic Words: Open and Closed Syllables

    English students are faced with learning how to divide unfamiliar multisyllabic words into syllables in order to pronounce them. One important pattern to learn is about closed and open syllables. The most frequent two...
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  • Monday Mouthfuls with Kelly: Linking #2

    This week, I will demonstrate some other peculiar things that may be going on while native English speakers link their speech, such as: coarticulation, assimilation and intrusion.   Coarticulation happens when s...
    Kelly Flemming
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  • ESL STUDENTS: Word of the Week

    ESL Students:  There is a new WORD of the WEEK. Take a look at it on the white board in the lounge by my office (near Gina Moran's or Mark Fischer's in 112).   The first student to define it and use it in a...
    Kelly Flemming
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  • Monday Mouthfuls with Kelly: Iambically Speaking

    Iambically Speaking   Most English speakers speak in iambs—a rhythmic pattern that sounds like a heartbeat—unstressed syllable/stressed syllable. One way to hear this is to say the following out loud...
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  • Math Anxiety:  seven tips to help you relax during your math final.

    Final Exams are just a few days away.  Before you know it, you will be sitting in that chair and the instructor will be passing out the final exam that you have been studying so hard for.  It is normal for y...
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  • Math Finals:  Preparing For Success in Five Days

    As you start to study, you need to make sure you are aware of your instructor’s expectations of you and what material will be on the final exam.  Some students will cram the day before their exam.  How...
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  • How Can You Best Prepare for Finals Week?

    Finals week can be a scary time for college students, but have no fear. With the right preparation and study habits, you'll master those exams and finish your classes with high grades. Here's a great article on import...
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  • Week 10 and Finals Week: You are not alone!

    If you have ANY questions or difficulties with the English language or adjusting to cultural life in America, we can help you.   As we enter into week 10, final essays and projects become due and final exams ar...
    Mark Fischer
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  • Contest for International Undergraduate Students

    Test Your English & Math Skills Weekly! Win Gift Cards or Movie Tickets! Visit the German Academy Building (Suite 112) for The Word of the Week & The Math Problem of the Week (This contest is for international...
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  • Word of the Week  /  Math Problem of the Week

    Come to GA 112E and give the Word of the Week or the Math Problem of the Week a try!!!!         What is The Word of the Week? A word of the week will be posted each week on the white...
    Mark Fischer
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  • ESL Gingerbread Competition

    Since we are an engineering school, last Friday we put the ESL students to the test to design and construct the most creative gingerbread houses they could think of. Many students were unfamiliar with the concept of g...
    Kayla Maule
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  • Happy Halloween from the ESL Department!

    Halloween is a new experience for many international students so this week we've been sharing some of the typical traditions that we do as Americans around this time of year. Many students decided to take part in the ...
    Kayla Maule
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  • Favorite Things

    Bruna Rahd Mariano Mechanical Engineering
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  • Perspectives in the U.S..pdf

    Andre do Nascimento Eggert Mechanical Engineering
  • Pink Party!

    Join Phi Delta Chi to fight for a cure for breast cancer! On Saturday, November 29th from 12:00pm-4:00pm there will be vendors, food, and guest speakers. All proceeds of this event go to the American Cancer Society. ...
    Kayla Maule
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  • Brazilian Meal Plan

      GREAT NEWS:   You are now allowed you to use  your MSOE card in selected restaurants near our campus for the two missing meals.     HOW DOES IT WORK?     Go to any of the...
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  • North Korea Presentation

    Students, ESL-Students Click on the link below to learn more about this important initiative.This allows you to develop cultural awareness and sensitivity to others around the Globe, especially new incoming classmate...
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  • ESL WS2-14 ~ Week 5

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