Explore Your Language Learning Personal History

About this Event

🗓 Nov 7SJSU logo
🕒 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Virtual Event  ðŸ–¥   |  Free Event

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Everyone has a unique language learning history. In this workshop, attendees will share and discuss their own experiences with language. How does language (including accents and/or dialects) bring us together? How does it create barriers? How does it shape our own growth and identity? During our time together, you will create a personal language history that will help you reflect on your experiences. Students, staff, faculty, and community members are encouraged to join us in this reflective exercise.

All members of the SJSU and greater San Jose Bay Area communities are welcome to attend. This workshop is part of the Transforming Communities: A Movement to Racial Justice event. Visit https://www.sjsu.edu/transforming-communities for information about other programming!


  • Amy Russo, Writing Center Coordinator of Multilingual Writing Support Services
  • Michelle Hager, Writing Center Director


Monday, November 7, 2022


12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (PT)

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Event Contact: Writing Center, writingcenter@sjsu.edu

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