43 Excellent ESL Resources for Students There are over 1 billion people all over the world learning English right now. Luckily for them, there are now, more than ever, a plethora of great resources on the Web to make this challenge easier. We’ve put together this guide to help students, from teens to adults, get the help they need to achieve their goals with learning English. We’ve divided the resources into five sections to help you find exactly what you want.
Applying to a UK University « British Universities in Brunei Association Before making an application The application process for most UK Universities is usually similar in that you apply via UCAS for undergraduate programmes and directly to the University for postgraduate programmes. However, the application process may differ from university to university so we advise you to check this on the University websites. Before making an application, you should spend time researching the University and the course to ensure it is the right choice (see “What to consider…” section, below). Remember, each University provides a unique offering and you need to decide which course and environment is best for you! In addition to your course/institution research, you should also prepare your supporting documents (e.g. academic and English language qualifications, academic references, etc) and a personal statement.
Adobe Generation Professional: Graphics & Illustration Jan 4, 2016 - Feb 19, 2016 Enroll until Jan 20, 2016 UTC Course Overview This five week Graphics & Illustration course is aimed at teachers wishing to shift their understanding of graphic communication to the next level. The course focuses on core concepts of graphic design and illustration and aims to unleash the full potential of Adobe Illustrator whilst also giving participants the opportunity to hone their teaching skills by learning from our world class tutors. This course is part of a series of Adobe Generation Professional courses designed to help educators become creators, not just consumers, of digital media.
PISA - OECD Does it matter how much time students spend on line outside of school? PISA data confirm a troubling relationship between the time teenagers spend on line outside of school and their sense of belonging at school. Results clearly indicate that extreme Internet users (those who spend six or more hours per day on line during weekdays) are twice as likely as moderate Internet users (those who spend between one and two hours per day on line) to report that they feel lonely at school (14% compared to 7%).
Russell Group: Our Universities Russell Group universities are committed to the highest levels of academic excellence in both teaching and research. Our universities are to be found in all four nations and in every major city of the UK. They operate globally, attracting international students and academic staff from many different countries, but also have a strong role and influence within their regional and local community. William Shakespeare - Biography - Poet, Playwright William Shakespeare, often called the English national poet, is widely considered the greatest dramatist of all time. Synopsis William Shakespeare was baptized on April 26, 1564, in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
Choosing the Right University Every course and every university is different and each student wants different things. The chances of finding a perfect match can be a challenge despite over 150 universities and university-level higher education colleges in the UK and the wide range of courses available. You will almost certainly need to decide what is most important to you. Do you want the best course or one that is quite good but offers the options you really want?Do you want the ideal work placement or the course with the least continuous assessment?It is all a matter of priorities which you feel are important for you, after all you will be the one who has to study on the course and you maybe living there for over three years or more. IPA Tutorial Lesson One Just what is the International Phonetic Alphabet (or IPA)? I often use the IPA on this blog and a number of our accent training resources. You will see it used on countless other linguistics websites as well. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, take a look at this sample: wʌt ɪz ði aɪ pi eɪ You may have seen this kind of writing in the pronunciation section of a dictionary definition.
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