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Warmer which could be used to help Ss prepare for eTMA 01. To be used in a face to face tutorial.
A slide to introduce the functionality of OULive to students - instructions on ppt presenter notes page
Students say which of the words are jargon and which terminology, giving reasons.
material related to Units 3 and 4 book 1 (culture, culture shock and intercultural encounters)
An activity to discuss PDP and the aims of students in doing this module - instructions on ppt presenter notes page
An activity to disccus greetings in different contexts - instructions on ppt presenter notes page
This activity is to help students prepare for TMA1 - instructions on ppt presenter notes page
L161 Unit 4 Activity on inferring meaning from texts in foreign languages. Available as ppt. Full instructions on ppt presenter notes page
L161 Unit 4 resource on the purpose of the glossary. Available as ppt. Full instructions on ppt presenter notes page
L161 Unit 5 Activity to revise word categores. Available as ppt. Full instructions on ppt presenter notes page
An activity to prepare for TMA 2. Available as ppt. Full instructions on ppt presenter notes page
Three activities to cover Unit 7: - Introduction - Examples of cultural artefacts about the topic, showing the wide range of experiences of migration - A debate, using a large number of statements to agree or disagree with. Colleagues could select those they prefer. I have left the whole list to allow for more freedom of choice when adapting the resource.
A range of activities to cover Unit 8, focusing on the case study of supporting Polish-speaking students in British schools.
an ice-breaker to find out about the languages students speak/are learning - instructions on ppt presenter notes page
A sculpture by Czech Artist David Cerny. It was commissioned by when the Czech Rep held EU presidency. It depicts stereotypes of the nations who are members of the EU.
1. Definitions 2. Decoding aan inferring 3. Cognates, false friends and loans 4. Aspects of language learning 5. Ordering a text 6. Collocations
1. Iconic, symbolic and indexical signs 2. Types of writing system 3. Categorising, overextending and underextending 4. Phonemes 5. Syntagmatic and paradigmatic dimensions
This activity is similar to "Frugality at German dinner parties". It aims to do a close, critical reading of a relevant text. It hopes to foster discussion of intercultural encounters. I have included a text, but this is referenced. I hope this is OK.
English as a Global Language (U12) Language and Social Class (U14) Reporting Language