Reading, writing, speaking, and listening are integral to academic success and will be central to students’ work at EUACS and in their internships. Language arts skills will be taught across the curriculum at EUACS, with students constantly writing discursively, speaking in public forums, and reading silently, aloud and dramatically. Reading comprehension skills are critical to life-long learning. Students will use authentic literature to study history, science, mathematics, the arts, and other content areas. Students also read to satisfy particular interests and for entertainment.
EUACS will be dedicated to the notion that students should be able to communicate in a second language, and to think about issues and problems from the perspective of another culture.
Creative Expression and the Arts
Students will engage the arts to communicate creatively and effectively, to create selfawareness and develop aesthetic competence. Through their projects and internships, students will learn to express themselves through fine art, music, dance or drama, and to express themselves through visual media.
How do I take in and express ideas?
This goal is to be a great communicator: to understand your audience, to write, to read, to speak and listen well, to use technology and artistic expression to communicate, and to be exposed to another language.