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Adult Education Programme

Activity ref no: BHS42453X

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From Wednesday 8th August 2018:- Book online, or contact course provider.

  • Broughton High School
    Carrington Road,
    Edinburgh
  • Adult Education Programme
  • 16+, Adult, 60+
  • £108.00 for term
  • Wednesday 19:00

Activity description

This course aims to strengthen further the student's knowledge of the language and culture for leisure and professional purposes. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Students should have attended previous courses for at least 2 years (ie 75 - 90 hours), or have an equivalent knowledge of the language. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO LEARN: By the end of the course, students will have learned: - to develop fluency in speaking and understanding the language in a variety of situations; - to develop oral and written skills; - to widen the knowledge of specific aspects of the culture; - to describe accurately what did happen or has happened in the past and plan in detail for future events; - to discuss current events with accuracy and confidence (use of real newspapers, posters etc). This is not prescriptive and tutors will use their discretion to introduce other topics. There will also be scope for class discussion on topics for discussion and inclusion in the course. NOTE: Most tutors expect students to carry out some preparation or revision each week (homework). MATERIALS REQUIRED BY STUDENT/ADDITIONAL COSTS: Notebook and pen. Course book/materials as may be recommended by tutor. If text books or materials are required, information will be given at first session of the course and students are advised not to purchase any materials until they are certain that the course is confirmed.

Term information

This term has been cancelled

This term is currently closed for new participants

  • Date term started: 26 Sep 2018 (49 days ago)
  • Duration: 18 lessons (12 lessons remaining)
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