Welcome to Clark University Hybrid Splash

Our next Splash will be November 13, 2022!


ESP Biography



BENJAMIN SAX, ESP Teacher




Major: Spanish, Communications

College/Employer: Clark

Year of Graduation: 2015

Picture of Benjamin Sax

Brief Biographical Sketch:

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Past Classes

  (Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)

X446: ¿Qué pasa tío? (Sup, dude?) - Translating Greetings/Questions to Spanish in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 25, 2015)
This course is an introduction for common Spanish phrases/questions that can be used on a regular basis with Spanish speakers. For example, we will be translating greetings/questions such as "Hello". "How are you?" "How much does this cost?" "See you later!" "Where is the library?" etc. PRIOR SPANISH HISTORY IS HELPFUL, BUT NOT REQUIRED


A447: The Flow of Television (Grades 5-8) in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 25, 2015)
In this class we will be watching brief clips of different television shows, and analyzing how they're designed to flow smoothly. This will also include watching advertisements and how they relate to the program. We will discuss sitcoms, sports programs, and dramas.


A480: The Flow of Television (Grades 9-12) in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 25, 2015)
In this class we will be watching brief clips of different television shows, and analyzing how they're designed to flow smoothly. This will also include watching advertisements and how they relate to the program. We will discuss sitcoms, sports programs, and dramas.


X365: ¿Qué pasa tío? (Sup, dude?) - Translating Greetings/Questions to Spanish in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 16, 2014)
This course is an introduction for common Spanish phrases/questions that can be used on a regular basis with Spanish speakers. For example, we will be translating greetings/questions such as "Hello". "How are you?" "How much does this cost?" "See you later!" "Where is the library?" etc. PRIOR SPANISH HISTORY IS HELPFUL, BUT NOT REQUIRED


A396: The Flow of Television in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 16, 2014)
In this class we will be watching brief clips of different television shows, and analyzing how they're designed to flow smoothly. This will also include watching advertisements and how they relate to the program. We will discuss sitcoms, sports programs, and dramas.