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Getting Extra Help Outside of Class

Do you need extra help with pronunciation or practice with grammar? Do you need help with your homework assignments? The ALI offers pronunciation clinics, extra grammar practice and a homework help lab. See the schedules below:

The new schedule for extra help classes will be available in the near future. Please check back for more information.

 

Pronunciation Lab (self-study with computer program)

MONDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
3:00-3:50, GW 1530 3:00-3:50, GW 1530   3:00-3:50, GW 1530

 

Pronunciation Clinic (classroom-style study with teacher)

 


Grammar Lab

MONDAY/WEDNESDAY TUESDAY/THURSDAY
3:00-3:50, GW 1520 3:00-3:50, GW 1520


Homework Help Lab

TUESDAY THURSDAY
 3:00-3:50, GW 1532  3:00-3:50, GW 1532

 

 

Resolving Problems and Advising

Sometimes students have problems that are too difficult for them to solve alone.  The teachers and staff at the ALI want to help you.  If you have a difficult problem:

  • Talk to your Level Advisor (usually this person is your reading teacher) to find out who can help you. Your Level Advisor will probably introduce you to someone in the office who knows how to fix your specific problem, for example, the Homestay Coordinator or someone in the accounting office.
  • Talk to Johanna Gleason, Academic Director. Johanna can help students solve many types of problems: practical (parking tickets, lost luggage, speaking on the phone with an American business, etc.) and personal (problems adjusting to living in the US, emotional problems, etc.).
  • If you have a complaint about your program, please come into the office to talk to the IEC Director (Robert Snell) or Academic Director (Johanna Gleason), who will listen to your complaint and try to make your situation better.