This 10-week course will comprise a 90-minute live, teaching session on MS Teams, a pre-class video and supplementary weekly resources.
About this Event
Spanish Level 3 (B)MONDAY 17:30 - 19:00 for 10 weeks Course Dates: Monday 18, 25 January; 1, 8, 15, 22 February; 1, 8, 15, 22 March 2021 NOTE: If you prefer to take this class on an alternative day and time, link below to other Spanish Level 3 classes on offer: Level 3 [A] Wednesday 19:30 - 21:00 Level 3 [B] Monday 17:30 - 19:00 Course Delivery: This is a blended learning class which will consist of a weekly 90 minute online class together with supporting resources. These resources will include a 5-10 minute preparation video, focusing on a relevant language teaching point to the upcoming class and 30 minutes of online exercises to follow up on teaching in the online class. You will be expected to watch the video and complete the online exercises ahead of each weekly class. Online classes will be delivered using Microsoft Teams and will be limited to a maximum of 20 students. These classes are being designed to be interactive and engaging. Learning Objectives: Students taking the level 3 course should either have completed level 2, or be familiar with frequently used vocabulary and have a strong beginner’s knowledge of the language. The aim of level 3 is to further develop basic language skills; cultural awareness and grammatical ability, and further develop communication skills in the target language context. Potential Topics: 1: “What do you usually do in your free time?” -What do you like/don’t like to do in your free time?; What are your plans for the weekend? 2: “Daily routines” - Daily routines using reflexive verbs; Review of time; Ordinal numbers to talk about actions (primero, segundo, tercero…) 3: “Accommodation” - Vocabulary about different types of accommodation; How to book a room in a hotel. 4: “Holidays and problems in the hotel” - Where did you spend your holidays, when did you go?; Solve problems with a hotel room 5: “Food” - Review of different types of food and drinks; Healthy and unhealthy food; Reasons why we like or we don’t like some types of food 6: “In a restaurant” Review how to book a table and order food in a restaurant; Ask for recommendations from the waiter; Talk about the food 7: “At the train station/airport” Vocabulary about traveling by train/plane in Spain; Learn about timetables, information about the ticket… 8: “My family (talking about personalities)” - Review of physical descriptions; Members of the family and their personalities 9: “Talking about the future” - Use of the future tense to talk about plans, holidays…; Differences between types of future. “voy a comer y comeré” 10: “Revision unit” - Exercises about the different topics dealt with in the course; Revision of vocabulary and expressions Learning outcomes: Students will have developed a post-beginner’s vocabulary in the topic areas outlined above which should give them the confidence to hold a conversation in the language. Students will understand frequently used words and phrases. Students will be able to formulate sentences.FAQs Is there a minimum age to register for a Language Centre course? You must be over 16 to attend any Language Centre course. What are the course fees? There are different fees depending on registration type. All course fees are payable on enrolment. --Student fee: £20.00 --Staff fee: £20.00 --General Public: £88.00 Are these courses accredited? A Queen's Certificate will be awarded to all students who attend regularly. A minimum of 70% attendance is required for certification. In addition any current Queen's student can apply for Degree Plus accreditation. Degree Plus enables students to gain recognition from Queen’s for completing extra-curricular work related learning alongside their degree. Most students gain Degree Plus by completing a Provider Verified Activity (Formerly Route A). It is also possible to gain recognition for more than one student led activity by submitting a Combined Experience Application (Formerly Route B). Employers are looking for graduates who can demonstrate that they have the skills needed for workplace success – the Degree Plus Award will help you do this! For further information please see , Degree Plus . How often do I attend? Classes, which usually last 1.5 hours, are held weekly, as far as possible outside normal university teaching hours (e.g. late afternoon, early evening, some are scheduled for Wednesday afternoon) and run for 10 weeks starting in October and again in February. You will also be expected to complete homework ahead of class. Is my registration fee transferrable? Yes, if you feel after your first class that the level of language is too high/low, you can transfer to another class, provided that there is available space. What's the refund policy? All refunds before the start of the course must be requested in writing. Refunds are paid as follows: Semester 2 (Please note EVENTBRITE will charge 6% administration fee on all refunds)Before (and including) 7 January – full refund (less 6% administration fee to Eventbrite) 8 January to 14 January (inclusive) – 50% refund (less 6% administration fee for Eventbrite) No refunds available from 15 January (less 6% administration fee for Eventbrite) All requests for refunds need to be made in writing to the Language Centre Manager and must be related to reasons beyond your control and supported by written evidence. These refunds will be at the Language Centre Manager’s discretion. All refunds, where agreed, will be subject to an administrative fee of £10.00 for QUB staff and students and £40 for members of the public. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can email any queries you have to bGFuZ3VhZ2UgfCBxdWIgISBhYyAhIHVr
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