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The June Entry Pre-sessional Course aims to prepare you for your studies at the University of Glasgow by developing your English language and academic skills.
Materials and teaching, therefore, will not just focus on reading, writing, listening and speaking.
They will also include skills important to success in higher education such as note-taking while listening to a lecture, identifying features of academic writing, integrating sources using APA referencing style, and many others.
integrating sources 整合资源
The pre-sessional is a full-time intensive course.
To be as successful as possible, in addition to attending the online or face to face classes, you need to dedicate much of your day to completing tasks from your course materials, reviewing previous lessons and reflecting on and practicing your language and academic skills.
Most of this work will be completed outside of the classes. This allows you to be more productive and to discuss and clarify areas which you find most difficult in the class.
You also have time with your tutor in one to one consultations for personalised advice. Consultations take place at least twice during each 5- week pre-sessional course.
All course materials, including the instructional videos for online students, worksheets and reading texts, are available through the course Moodle or University Library.
Online students will complete the day’s lesson(s) prior to the Live Class. This will include contacting other students on the course to complete group or pair work.
During the face to face classes or online Live Classes, you will be expected to share your work with the teacher and other students, participate in group activities, and ask questions about anything that you are unclear about.
Participation in the classes is essential for two reasons.
The first is that active engagement in classes has shown to be an effective way of improving language and academic skills.
Secondly, it allows the tutor to measure your language and academic skills, which contributes to your assessment for the course.
It is essential, therefore, that you contribute your share to each class.
You will also need to complete follow-up activities after class to review, consolidate and build on your classroom learning, and to research and write an Extended Essay, a central component of this course.
问一些你不懂的内容, 所以每次的作业都要整理出不懂的内容~我会写一个NOT CLEAR 标签~记录我自己不会的
5写错了, 5是true. Speaking在课堂上部分评估.
笑了...这是雅思阅读么! 答非所问选F.... 文中说的是APA引用
想达到优异需要怎样做? 有没有更好的学习方法更适合的学习方法,适合非native speaker的/留学生
What are the start and finish dates for the June Entry course?
What are the intended learning outcomes of the course?
How often should you check your University email, and why?
How many tutorials / Live classes with your class tutor do you have each week?
How many hours per week (minimum) are you expected to study?
How does the course structure differ from your previous experience of university or school study? What similarities are there?
On the timetable, when are your assessments?
What is Zoom and what is it used for?
Where can you get more information about your CAS?
Online teaching and learning are obviously different from face to face delivery. This can have a big impact on communication with your teacher and your classmates for those of you who are studying fully online, but face to face students will also use online learning, including to communicate with classmates for groupwork, to access course content and communicate using forums on the Moodle, and for assessments. Online learning can pose challenges and it is good to set some simple but important rules or codes of behaviour (or netiquette) for learning and interacting online.