Reconsidering Ganja, Grammar and Giggles lecture at IVLAD (2006)
Reconsidering Ganja, Grammar and Giggles
A lecture by Dr Kim Min Su
Institute of Visionary Language Art Design (IVLAD)
Monster, The Netherlands
5 April 2006, 19.00
Admission: 8 euros (general public); 4 euros (with IVLAD valued-customer card)
English as a Foreign Language (EFL) visionary Dr. Kim Min Su will be giving a special lecture presenting his controversial research project, Ganja, Grammar and Giggles. Dr. Kim will present his findings that the rate of language acquisition can accelerate by more than 25% for smoker-tokers, compared to non-smoking learners.
Highlights of the lecture will include an overview showing that smoking marijuana considerably lowers both the affective— and the affected— filter, of both EFL students and staff. His research also indicated that an additional 7% can be acquired if the learners smoke via a bong, versus other paraphernalia.
As a result, Kim calls for all English teachers internationally to immediately “light up— and pass the wealth to your students.”
A forthcoming book detailing this innovative research will be published by IVLAD in fall 2006.
© 2006 Kim Min Su, press release / artwork