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ICAPE offers two types of workshops. We offer workshops for educators to help them improve their teaching skills. And, we offer workshops for multilingual students to help them improve their English language skills and achieve their academic goals.

BROWSE SOME OF OUR PREVIOUSLY RECORDED WORKSHOPS!

Email Us at icape@lehigh.edu for Questions!

WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATORS


ACT 48 Workshop for Teacher Development: Supporting Multilingual Students in Online Classes

Register for all three workshops and receive a 10% discount!

Non-Lehigh Registration

Lehigh Registration

Transitioning to remote learning in a disrupted environment is a challenge for any faculty member.  Online education is of a different nature than teaching in the classroom and from teaching courses that were designed for online delivery. This becomes increasingly challenging when teachers need to support students in multicultural online classrooms. Lehigh University's International Center for Academic and Professional English's three part ACT 48 workshop series supports education professionals working with multilingual students in multicultural classrooms and will provide strategies to help educators create more engaging, equitable, and interactive online experiences for students. Attendees will receive one Act 48 credit per session and three Act 48 credits for all three.

Part I: Strategies for Effective Intercultural Communication in Online Classrooms 

TBD- via Zoom ($25.00) 

Part II:  Designing Equitable and Engaging Online Assignments for Multilingual Students 

TBD-via Zoom ($25.00) 

Part III:  Level the Playing Field: Equitable Assessment in Multilingual Online Classes 

TBD-via Zoom ($25.00) 

Virtual Academic Literacies Workshops

The International Center for Academic and Professional English offers online workshops on communication skills, cultural awareness and intercultural communication for students, faculty and staff.  Workshops are free for members of the Lehigh University community and $25 for all others.

Sign up now for the 2022 Summer Workshops

Correcting Fragments and Run-on Sentences (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Mark Ouelette)

- June 10th, 2022 9:00 am - 10:00 am (EST)

*You have incomplete sentences.” “Your sentences run on and on.” “Your sentences don’t flow well and don’t make sense.” Sound familiar? Maybe it is time for a refresher on fragments and run-on sentences in academic writing. Join Dr. Mark Ouellette to start this summer’s workshops with an overview of sentence-level grammar.   
 
Pesky Punctuation (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Jessica Harbaum)

- June 17th, 2022  9:00 am - 10:00 am (EST)

*Use a comma whenever you read your sentences aloud and need to take a breath.” This is the worst advice. Building on the first workshop, this session will explore grammar and punctuation such as commas, colons, and semicolons so that you can polish and perfect your punctuation in everyday writing.                                                                                                                                                                                                           

The Language of Social Interactions (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitators: Mary Newbegin and Teresa Cusumano)

- June 16th, 2022  9:00 am - 10:00 am (EST)

*Start your summer off getting to know others on campus. Gain a better understanding of cross-cultural small talk and join us for an interactive session about the “rules” of small talk.                                                                             

Time Management: Strategies for Success in College (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Jessica Harbaum) 

- July 8th, 2022  9:00 am - 10:00 am (EST)

*So much reading and homework and so little time! In this workshop, learn practical time management skills that you can apply right away, like using Google Calendar to schedule appointments and classes and tips for prioritizing assignments.                                                  

Pronoun Use: They as a Singular Pronoun (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitators: Mary Newbegin and Kayla Landers, with Scott Burden from the PRIDE Center)   

- July 20th, 2022  8:30 am - 9:30 am (EST)

*He/she, them/they! This interactive workshop is about bias-free language and its importance in communication (oral or written, formal or informal). Participants will learn about “they” as a singular pronoun including its history and value, the impact of gender-inclusive language, and how to make their own linguistic choices. 
 
Academic Writing for Business and Engineering (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Mary Newbegin)  

- July 22nd, 2022   9:00 am - 10:00 am (EST)

*This workshop focuses academic writing, addressing stylistic and lexical choices in writing. We’ll review some of the “rules” and share strategies for revising and polishing your writing skills.                                                                             

Telling Your Story: Start Your Memoir (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Ashley Murphy)

- July 27th, 2022   8:00 am - 9:00 am  (EST)

*You have an important story to tell. In this interactive workshop, explore the personal memoir genre and learn how to research your own history and become a storyteller. This is a great workshop for anyone who wants to strengthen their creative writing skills and share their own experiences and identities with others through writing.

Introduction to Library Resources (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Jessica Harbaum)

- August 5th, 2022   9:00 am - 10:00 am (EST)

*HarbaumUgh! A library research paper? College writing is a complex process, and good research and citation skills are critical. This workshop provides an overview of citation, strategies for finding reliable sources and time-saving techniques. It’s a great way to prepare for fall semester. 

Writing and Business Communication for Everyone (via Zoom Online) - (Facilitator: Teresa Cusumano)

- August 10th, 2022   7:00 pm - 8:00 pm (EST)

*This workshop offers tips for making your writing concise and professional by reviewing genres like email, memos and letters for content, style, organization and grammar. Learn how to make a great impression on business audiences.  

  **Click here for a printable copy of the ICAPE Summer 2022 Workshops**                                                      

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