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English Language Program

Proposed Mexican Mobility Language and Culture Program 2022

Students on campus    Students working together    students visiting a museum

Proposed Dates: March 20-April 9, 2022 and April 17-May 7, 2022

Beautiful Campus

Experience life in a college town and enjoy the clear air and blue skies that Kansas is famous for.

Anderson Hall
Program Components
  • Integrated English courses (4 hours per day / 20 hours per week)
    • Integrated Written Communication skills
    • Integrated Oral Communication skills
  • Cultural activities and field trips

The courses are non-credit courses. Participants will be registered in classes through K-State’s Global Campus and will have access to class materials through the University’s Learning Managment System, Canvas.

Integrated Written Communication Skills

This course will focus on grammar, writing, reading and vocabulary development.

Integrated Oral Communication Skills

This course will focus on developing listening and speaking skills as well as working on pronunciation. 

Course activities will focus on a topic. Possible themes include: class meeting outside

  • Culture through Film
  • Making a Difference as a Student
  • English and Culture in the Heartland
  • U.S. Literature
Example Weekly Schedule
Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
9:30-11:30Integrated Skills (Grammar, Writing, Vocabulary, and Reading)Cultural activities and trips

Free time

 

 

 

12:00 -1:30Lunch

1:30-3:30

Integrated Skills (Speaking, Listening)

Cultural activities

3:30-4:30Time for tutoring, interaction with campus community, on-campus events, or free time
5:00 – 6:00 Dinner
EveningHomework, cultural activities on Campus  or in the Manhattan, visiting the Rec Center
Possible Program Schedule 
March 20Arrive and check into housing
March 21Welcome session, orientation, tours of campus and Manhattan
March 22Classes begin
April 8Classes end, program evaluation and closing ceremony
April 9Depart
Cultural Activities

Free on-campus activities

Other activities (at small extra charge $2-10 if participants are interested)   

  • Sunset Zoo                                         
  • Insect Zoo                                          
  • Sports Events
Kansas State University

Founded in 1863, Kansas State University is in the top 10 for several Princeton Review rankings. The English Language Program began in 1986. Our professional faculty have taught around the world and look forward to welcoming you to Kansas!

Program Costs include: 
  • courses
  • books and materials
  • ELP lab and tutoring
  • required cultural activities and field trips
  • campus housing (double occupancy)
  • the internet and Wi-Fi on campus and in the residence
  • 20 meals / week
  • health insurance
  • ATA bus for local transportation
  • Lafene Health Center
  • Campus Libraries
  • Recreational Center
Important Details
  1. Contact Wendy Matthews zwendy@ksu.edu.
  2. Participants would arrive on J-1 or B-2 visas.
Limited to 16 students per session
Minimum of 12 students per session is needed to offer this program