"English for Studio Practice helps students who use English as an additional language build verbal strategies and critical skills for negotiating art-specific academic contexts. As a studio-based course, language skills development will be rooted in authentic art creation activities, such as peer critique, artist talks, curation, and public interaction. The ultimate goal is to help students increase precision, clarity, and confidence in their English usage as they begin articulating their studio practices at NSCAD."
**If you need to access our classroom (N201) outside of class time, just contact NSCAD Security (902-877-0764) and they'll let you into our room.**
1. Make an appointment to meet with me.
I am available for appointments on Wednesday and Thursday 10am-12noon.
Email me at email@example.com.
Please e-mail me to make an appointment.
2. Make an appointment with a FREE WRITING TUTOR at NSCAD's Writing Resource Centre.
Visit the Writing Centre in S403 on the Fountain Campus in the summer semester.
3. Check out the NUTS AND BOLTS tab on this guide.
You'll find help for: