A University of Missouri-St. Louis student has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.
Loren Moseley, a secondary education graduate student will spend eight months working at the Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
“I hope to bring to them a greater understanding about life in the U.S., teach them more about the English language, especially in terms of grammar and syntax,” said Moseley, of St. Louis. “I hope throughout this opportunity, my students and I are able to bridge a gap between our cultures, discuss similarities and differences in our educational system and address the challenges that second language learners encounter.”
Moseley teaches Spanish at Gateway STEM High School in the St. Louis Public School District. She is also a tutoring liaison at the Youth Learning Center in St. Louis.
She leaves in March and will teach English to student teachers at the University. She will also work at a local underprivileged youth center in Argentina.
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