“The past is always tense, the future perfect.” Zadie Smith

English

English Grammar - Intensive Course

Lecture number
042068d
Semester
Autumn semester 2020
Type
Online Language Course
Registration deadline
10/06/2020
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDuration
Mon. - Fr.9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Intensive course28/09 - 02/10/20

Lecturers

  • Alison Eloff

Description

Target Group:
The English Grammar intensive course is for students at the B2-C2 English proficiency level who want to improve and develop their English grammar knowledge.

Content:
The English Grammar intensive course is for students at the upper intermediate to native level and focuses on grammar in spoken and written contexts. Students taking the course will deepen their knowledge of the parts of speech, sentence structure, grammar for specific purposes, and grammatical precision. The course is structured as a self-study with instructor support. The instructor is here to guide you through the course and provide additional materials and answer questions.

Assessment:
Regular and active participation in the class. Completion of homework assignments.

Technology:
This course uses the learning management software, moodle, and the online meetings software Webex.

Literature

50 Steps to improving your Grammar Garnet Education

ISBN: 978 1 78260 222 4

Registration

Registration not yet possible.

English Academic Presentations - Intensive Course

Lecture number
042069d
Semester
Autumn semester 2020
Type
Online Language Course
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDuration
Mon. - Fr.9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Intensive course05/10 - 09/10/20

Lecturers

  • Alison Eloff

Description

Target Group:
The English Presentations intensive course is for students at the B1-C2 level who want to improve their oral fluency and delivery, and logical organization and language use for presentations.

Content:
This is an instructor led course focused on developing your presentation skills. Although particular attention is paid to the academic context, the skills are transferable to other contexts. The course is practice based and takes students through the steps of writing, revising, and delivery a presentation.

Assessment:
Regular and active participation in the class. Completion of homework assignments. Delivery of presentations.

Technology:
This course uses the learning management software, moodle, and the online meetings software Webex.

Literature

Readings will be provided when necessary.

Registration

Registration not yet possible.

Placement Test

Participants with previous knowledge who have not yet written an exam with us must first pass the placement test.