International Programs, New College is offering short transition online learning modules to incoming multilingual undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Science. The short course learning modules focus on building specific language and communication skills that students need to handle academic work. Module features include synchronous and asynchronous student and instructor interaction, instructor feedback on student learning, and direction to university supports to promote student self-regulated learning.
Module B – Manage Course Content for Learning
Course Dates: Monday, August 3 2020 – Friday, August 7 2020
Lecture Times: 9:00am – 10:00am, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
Focus: Listening & Reading
In every course you take you will need to attend lectures and do readings (typically 50 pages per week per course) in order to complete assignments and exams successfully. All courses involve reading, including mathematics, and because there is so much information, a lot of students don’t know what to write down or annotate. In this module, we’ll help you learn what’s important to take notes on during lectures and how to make your readings work for you.
Each module spans one week from Monday to Friday and includes 10 hours of expected commitment from participants. They are stand-alone, so students can register for any one, two, or three modules, depending on what students want to improve and prepare for in upcoming courses. Each module includes daily live lectures that exemplify the skill focus and self-study tasks for students to apply to materials related to their undergraduate program area. Each day, the instructor interacts with students and their work. All modules lead to the submission of a small assignment for detailed feedback.
How to Apply
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