ILSC-Montréal’s Communication Class Lends a Hand at Logifem

 “You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give” – Winston Churchill Contributed by English Communication students and their teacher John Heron at ILSC-Montréal On December 12, 2015, we had a great opportunity to work as volunteers at Logifem. Logifem is a charity organization, which helps women to

The Student Voice

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Beyond the Equator: A Summer Christmas

Contributed by Shizuha Takeda & Vlad Horobets, students at ILSC-Brisbane Two of our ILSC-Brisbane students were recently asked the question: What is it like spending the Holiday Season in Australia? Where unlike a lot of the world, the sun is shining and rather than sitting inside by the fire, people are venturing to the beach to celebrate


How the exam classroom should be

Teacher Tips: Preventing Cheating in the Classroom

Contributed by Sylvia Cossar, teacher at ILSC-San Francisco If you have been teaching for any length of time, chances are you have seen it; a student’s eyes wandering over to someone else’s paper, a sneak peek at the notes conveniently sitting on the desk, or the attempt to look up something on a phone or translating


Continuing Education


How to Text in Spanish Like a Native Speaker

Contributed by Jilynnette Centeno Millan , Spanish Instructor, ILSC-San Francisco Edited by Lacy Edney, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, ILSC-San Francisco We are always communicating with others; if not by email, then by text messaging. Let’s be honest, most of us rarely ever talk on the phone unless it’s an emergency. Text messaging has a really important

Corporate Training

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How to Improve Your Spanish Listening Skills

Contributed by Jilynnette Centeno Millan , Spanish Instructor, ILSC-San Francisco Edited by Lacy Edney, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, ILSC-San Francisco Learning a language requires patience, dedication and motivation. I often ask my students how many of them are musicians or play sports, and what these activities have in common. Most of them raise their hands and acknowledge