Leipzig University holds a course on Language learning and EMI teaching

14 September2021

Action Line 4 offers this September a two-part workshop on EMI teaching.

The courses on English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) are becoming more common at European universities. Therefore, language teachers may be asked to support lecturers and staff.

This course is designed for English language teachers who want to deepen their understanding of particular language and learning issues faced by students, staff and lecturers in the university context.

The workshop has two parts. Part I will be held on 14th September. Part II, on 16th September.

You can participate either in one or in both.

Target group:

This workshop is designed for MA students, PhD students and academic staff.

Deadline:

Register by 13th September 2021 in this link.

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