Category: Students’ Voices

Art History is our Own History

By Genesis Hernandez Nunez, AEP Student, Keiser International Language Institute When people see and analyze a painting, a drawing, or a sculpture, they do not only stand in front of […]

Five to 5

Is speaking necessary to find love? The short film was recorded for the second meeting of Kino Managua Movement Credits Production: Arielka Juarez (AEP Student) Director: Bismark Martinez Photograph Director: Nicolas Abaunza […]

The Importance of English in Today’s Society 

by AEP Level 6 Students (May 2016) It is paramount to speak English nowadays since it gives all kinds of opportunities in communication, life quality, and education. First of all, English […]

ELT Certification Sucesss Story

by Carlos Barreras Josef Albers once said that “good teaching is more a giving of right questions than a giving of right answers.” This is a quote that very accurately […]

AEP Students’ Responses to Reading

by Level 4 AEP students (Jan 2014) As a writing task, an instructor asked her students in level four of the AEP (Academic English Program) to write a brief response […]

TEFL Students’ Performance of Gueguense Play

by Roger Calderon, Seydi Rosales, and Katherine Espinoza (FAREM-Carazo TEFL Major) “El Güegüense”, originally composed in a mixture of Spanish and Nahuatl, is one of the oldest and most representative […]

The Use of Web Apps at the AEP

by Francisco Morales For many years, I have been using a variety of devices and applications to improve my skills and productivity as a doctor. I think of technology as […]

Our Art vs. Craft Experience

Level 7 & 8 Students (June 2015) Students from levels 7 and 8 of the Academic English Program had the chance to present their Art and Craft projects. The project […]