Mark Ennis

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Mark Ennis, instructor at CELSA Graduate School of Communication Université Paris SorbonneProfessor Ennis currently teaches in the Political Communication and Public Institutions Degree program at CELSA. Additionally, he teaches American literature-based academic writing courses, and speech at The American University of Paris (AUP), where he also serves as a consultant for the department of admissions.  At AUP, Ennis has trained teachers in the TEFL Certificate Program, and directed several programs at the University, including the Translation Studies Certificate, the Foundation Year and the English for University Studies Programs. He has worked as a translator and consultant for Rivages/Payot and the CNRS, and has taught extensively in the Paris area, including at CELSA, The American Center, le Ministère des Affaires Etrangères, and l’Institut National de Télécommunications. A longstanding member of TESOL International, he has published and given numerous workshops on the use of television as a didactic tool for the development of communication skills.

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  1. As always, no words can explain what this man has given to his students. He deserves more than a position, more words, and more respect than any other faculty members. I was unable to write a proper full sentence in English. and In three years, I start writing papers in different subjects and ready to graduate. Being one of his students, is unforgettable experience to me. he is the world’s best professor, father, and supporter to his students.

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