This guide is designed to enrich your reading of the articles in this issue. You may choose to read them on your own, taking notes or jotting down answers to the discussion questions below. Or you may use the guide to explore the articles with colleagues.
This article describes a procedure that gets students to collaborate, generate ideas for an essay project, and reflect on their ideas as they prepare to write; the author also suggests a number of possible essay topics.
This puzzle commemorates the 50th anniversary of the English Language Fellow Program and lets readers test their knowledge of whether each clue refers to something that is more than 50, less than 50, or exactly 50.
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