5 free English courses that start in spring
Many people do not have enough money to learn English to attend precisely those courses that they would like, or the schedule doesn’t fit in with the work schedule.
ForumDaily has prepared 5 English language courses in different directions, which will begin in the spring in prestigious American higher education institutions.
If you want to get a certificate, then you have to pay money, but if you just attend them - it will cost you nothing.
To obtain a certificate, you must listen and complete the tasks of all courses in turn.
- to give an understanding of the conventions of academic writing in English;
- Help build your own “toolbox” of academic writing skills, test those tools and reflect on your own development as a writer.
Although the course works with the development of general skills, students will be able to apply skills to meet the specific needs of their own discipline.
Registration begins on March 6.
2. Teach English Now! Second Language Listening, Speaking, and Pronunciation (University of Arizona)
In this course you will learn about some of the problems of teaching and learning listening and speaking, such as paralinguistics, variable performance, abbreviations and regional forms, as well as different types of oral speech. You will learn how to facilitate the acquisition of conversational skills for students. The course also provides an opportunity to improve pronunciation.
This course is designed for students, students and those whose first language is not English.
Registration begins on March 13.
3. English for Business and Entrepreneurship (University of Pennsylvania)
The course is designed for those whose first language is not English, as well as those who are interested in learning more about the global business economy. You will learn about the topics and language needed to succeed in the international workplace. You will learn business vocabulary, concepts and questions by reading and watching video lectures.
If you can not pay for the teaching, there is a free version in the program without obtaining a certificate.
Registration begins on March 6.
4. Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative (Vanderbilt University)
This course will explore what happens to stories, pictures and movies when they become the basis of massively multiplayer online games.
The course will allow you to learn something about the theory of storytelling, to acquaint listeners with some key topics in media research, and to look at some of the history and theory of video games.
Registration begins on April 3.
5. English for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (University of Pennsylvania)
This course is designed for those who have English - not a native language, and those who are interested in improving their knowledge of English in science. You will explore some of the most innovative areas of research, expanding your vocabulary and language skills to share scientific information within your community.
Registration begins in May 2017.
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