Chilean English Teaching Students release a short stories book about their extreme experiences
|Published by: lorquita (Karma: 1.00) on 6 November 2009 | Views: 685|
The 4th year students of the English Teaching Program in Universidad del Mar, San Fernando, South America, Chile are pleased to present their new project. They have developed a book of short stories written by them during their last semester of career as proof of what they have been doing in the English classes. Some of the stories that you can find there are: “The Kidnapping”, “A Scary Day in the Park”, “My Lost Son” among others reflecting their extreme life time experiences.
During their experience writing these stories they had developed their writing skill in advanced level and this is their final work as students of English. Also this is the very first time that this kind of work is released in their University and they have the idea of keep this project as a tradition for every single prom of students and to share with other universities, schools and people in general.
Some people who had worked in this project said that it was a great experience because it was a way to share some events that they lived and perhaps it was a good way to show the world that English is the new universal language and everyone has to be part of this.
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