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Virtual workshop “In the know” on current affairs

Description:
The goal of this virtual workshop is to give participants more specific and topical English vocabulary, for them to gain a better insight into some expressions and new concepts by analysing various media (TED, YouTube videos, Instagram, digital press, music and interviews on TV/ BBC...) and to practice conversation. Aimed at anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge of English, particularly on up-to-the-minute topics, using innovative learning formats and based on the opinions of leading figures in each topic, demonstrated publicly in the media.
Area:
Cultural activities
Restrictions:
None
Associated codes:
3100RA0858 Virtual workshop “In the know” on current affairs (1 credit)
Organizing body:
Modern Languages Unit at the ICE-LM
Contact:
Andreu Pulido o Carina Vilà
Tel. 972 41 82 64
C/e: llengues@udg.edu
Enrolment:
Modern Languages Service website. A minimum level of English of B2.1 is recommended, with preference to be given to students who finish the bachelor's degree
Organisation:
Total virtual school hours: 10 hrs with group connections (plus 15 hours of individual work, tutorials and assessments)
+ info:
http://www.udg.edu/slm

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