published Monday, September 17th, 2012

English Language Center classes begin today at Lee University

A Lee University sign on campus.
A Lee University sign on campus.
Dan McLaughlin

Lee University's Department of Language and Literature has established an English Language Center, which will provide language services to the public. Classes will begin Monday at the center on the campus of the Cleveland, Tenn., school.

The center's student-instructors are professionally trained in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, under the direction of Dr. Christopher Blake, assistant professor of TESOL and Linguistics at Lee.

Small class sizes will afford participants the opportunity to develop conversational skills with instructors who will address daily challenges students face.

For more information about the English Language Center and classes offered, contact Dr. Christopher Blake at cblake@leeuniversity.edu or 423-614-8223.

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