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E-Journal USA: Volunteers: Answering the Call

E-Journal USA: Volunteers: Answering the Call

Volunteerism us woven into the fabric of American society. For generations, Americans have committed themselves to helping those in need at home and abroad.. Whether it’s business, individuals or school groups, volunteers can make a difference. The September version of E-Journal USA is therefore dedicated to the topic of volunteerism. [...]

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Immigration: The Making of the American People

Immigration: The Making of the American People

The story of the American people is the story of the world’s peoples. Throughout the United States’ history, hopeful immigrants have arrived to establish new lives in a new world. Whether fleeing oppressive regimes, seeking economic opportunity or simply pursuing personal dreams, each new arrival contributes to the American mosaic. [...]

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New Electronic Journal USA: Destination America

New Electronic Journal USA: Destination America

Welcome to EJ|USA: Destination America, the inaugural issue of IIP’s reinvented monthly flagship publication. Download this issue (11.1 MB | .pdf) Contents of this issue: Editor’s Note See What’s New!
Managing Editor Elizabeth Kelleher introduces the new EJ|USA. All About English All About English: Words of Note from This Issue ©Merriam-Webster Learner’s [...]

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American English

American English

Resources for teachers and learners of American English   Websites:   American English: http://americanenglish.state.gov     Publications:   Destination America (11.1 MB | .pdf) Pop Culture Versus Reak America – English Learning Edition (14.8 MB | .pdf) English Teaching Forum, a quarterly journal for and by classroom teachers of English [...]

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Pop Culture Versus Real America – English Learning Edition

Pop Culture Versus Real America – English Learning Edition

Pop Culture Versus Real America – English Learning Edition This book is the learner’s edition of Pop Culture Versus Real America. It shows how characters in popular American TV shows and films are not always like real Americans. Each chapter gives a description of a TV show or movie along [...]

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Essay Contest for Belgians (Ages 16-18) – Deadline March 1, 2013

Essay Contest for Belgians (Ages 16-18) – Deadline March 1, 2013

The U.S. Embassy to Belgium is pleased to announce the 2013 Benjamin Franklin Summer Institute Essay Contest. Belgian students between 16 and 18 years are invited to enter this essay competition to win a 3-4 week fellowship at the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute in the United States during [...]

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