ESL Students Give Thanks, Build IL Skills

Instructor Jennifer Johnston brings her ESL students to the library for instruction and then has them practice their English skills by writing letters of thanks.  This and other examples of information literacy skills-building assignments can be found on the Faculty Toolkit.  Have a look at the most recent letters shared by students…

“Today, I came to library’s Highline with my ESL class.  I very honored to meet you.  You devoted to guide for my class about all things.  You made for us the library cards, supplied of us all the information about the library.  I obtained to explain about audio, computers, magazines, newspapers, video, etc…by you.  I thanks you so lot about all the things.”  –David

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