A Preliminary Study of ELL College Students and Their Development of Academic Literacy through Ernest Hemingway’s Journalistic Style
Sums up Hemingway’s status as a popular culture icon before discussing his research on teaching Hemingway’s short stories, particularly “The Old Man at the Bridge” and “The End of Something” to ELL students struggling to meet academic literacy standards. Concludes that Hemingway’s deceptively simple journalistic style engages students, thus fostering greater comprehension during independent reading. Also published in International Conference on Language and the Media: The American Society of Geolinguistics Amici Linguarum Department of Modern languages, edited by Wayne H. Finke, 125-44. New York: American Society of Geolinguistics, 2017.
Plurilingual Perspectives in Geolinguistics