Emilio Cortez, Ed.D., is the co-chair of HLAA’s: “Turn Down the Volume Committee.” The topic of Dr. Cortez’s presentation will concern Noise-induced Hearing Loss. Disseminated information will include: the causes and prevention of Noise-induced Hearing Loss and anecdotal accounts related to the challenges of informing the public about Noise-induced Hearing Loss. (Attendees are encouraged to bring their smart phones to the presentation.)
Dr. Cortez considers himself as a fortuitous survivor of the Philadelphia School District where he taught English to foreign students for thirty years. He received a doctoral degree in English Education from Temple University, and he has taught as an adjunct professor at St. Joseph’s University, Temple University, and West Chester University. The first of his 30 published articles was entitled: “Lip-Reading: A Viable Approach to Language Teaching in the EFL Classroom.”
Please join us at the Jeanes Library on March 2 at 6:30 p.m for this important topic.
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