Sociabilities in a Bordertown. Effective-Teaching-Strategies for Non-English Speakers in Mexico

Francisco Alberto Núñez-Tapia


Effective-Teaching-Strategies for Non-English speakers that live in a Bordertown require skills and knowledge of the region where nations are going to be interconnected but will fail to see the broader issues that prevent them to communicate adequately. In this presentation, I will dwell on some practices I have used to incentive students into engaging and understanding peers across the border.


Francisco Alberto Núñez Tapia is a full-time professor researcher at the College of Social Sciences & Humanities and teaches three sociocultural courses in English to undergraduates of the Industrial Engineering Global Program at CETYS University in Mexicali, Mexico. He co-coordinates virtual exchange projects for Mexican and Polish engineering students. He is a published author in Mexico and the United States.

Presentation Details

Type of presentation: Talk
Presentation is for: General audience
Presentation focuses on: EFL education
Presentation Coding: Teacher Training and Development (TT) Non-Commercial
Speaking on behalf of a publisher, examination board, or commercial organisation? No

Scheduled for

Date: Sunday, 2022-09-18, 11:30 - 12:30
Place: Lecture Hall 4.18