|Course Dates:||21 January 2019|
|Location:||Brayford Pool Campus. David Chiddick Building. University of Lincoln|
|Booking:||No need to book a place just attend the first session and enrol after that|
The Beginners courses are designed for students who wish to learn a new language from scratch, enabling them to develop the basic language skills required to survive a trip abroad.
The aim of Intermediate courses is to introduce students to a range of practical language skills, both active and passive, which will enable them to operate at a sophisticated level in general language situations.
Advanced courses are designed to consolidate a wider range of source materials in the foreign language, thereby extending and deepening the students’ knowledge of its lexical and grammatical features. Activities in the foreign language will require a greater degree of analytical and critical evaluation.
The content will range from personal identification, home life, travel, free-time and entertainment at Beginners level, to economy, business, society, history, cinema, politics and tourism at more Advanced levels.
Three hours of languages a week: two seminars and one drop-in session for twelve weeks. Assessments will take place the last two weeks of the course.
You will be assessed in the four skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing, plus grammar.
For further information and additional support please contact:
Lincoln International Business School
Tel: +44 (0) 1522 835509