As part of the project Margaret and Martha have been running a taught module for final year linguistics undergraduates at Newcastle University. This involves engaging with issues surrounding the ESOL classroom, language acquisition, low native language literacy and current materials. Students take part in creative writing workshops, produce a poster on their topic of study and write their own books.
To see the work produced by Newcastle University’s students follow the link below:
- Posters relating to group studies and books
Under the guidance of Marcin Sosinski, undergraduates from the Spanish department of the University of Granada have also written ‘Simply Cracking Good Stories’ (Cracking Buenas Historias) in Spanish. Marcin has been creating books with his students for several years, and the books are then donated to the ACOGE Centre in Granada for enjoyment by low-literate adult immigrants to Spain.
To see the work produced by University of Grenada’s students follow the link below: