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    TEACHING MATERIAL AND USEFUL INFORMATION

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    Recommended textbooks, CD Rom and CDs, on line tools, useful reference material and websites.Bespoke and authentic teaching material is used in the course, sometimes it is an additional material to one of the recommended texts books

    Kacsa-e...? A Hungarian Hoax

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    Kacsa-e az álhír? is a reading comprehension exercise for upper intermediate learners. Students are encouraged to write a similar item of news to the one they have read

    Expressing Likes and Dislikes (Audio)

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    The audio material is a revision exercise about liking and disliking, recycling vocabulary about family, sport, culture and reinforcing the use of the accusative, conjugation of the verbs relevant to those topics. There is a transcript of the text too. It is for listening and comprehension; text can be additional help or it can be used for reading and comprehension. It can be a template to stimulate speaking

    Mightyessays

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    Spanish Grade 2 Collection - Materials

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    Here's a crossword incorporating material, size, design and shape vocabular

    The economic crisis in 21 cartoons. Published by El Roto in El Pais.

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    A compilation of 21 cartoons about the economic crisis by El Roto, the popular cartoonist of the Spanish newspaper El Pais. An excellent resource to cover this topic with advanced students. The FAVOR project

    2013 Why study languages calendar_July_Arabic

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    This calendar, for the month of July 2013, in Arabic, was produced by LLAS Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies. Look out for another language next month! This is the seventh of a 12-month series lasting until Dec 2013. A printed 'Why study language?' calendar for 2013 is available from www.routesintolanguages.ac.uk/calendar

    Activities to Practise the Future Tense in Spanish

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    Four activities to practise the conjugation and use of the future tense in Spanish. (The FAVOR project

    Translating Google Translate to the Language Classroom

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    A talk given by Riitta-Liisa Valijarvi and Eszter Tarsoly at Language Futures: Languages in Higher Education Conference 2012 in Edinburgh 7 July 2012. We discuss the possibilities and pitfalls of Google Translate in the language classroom. The talk contains examples from morphologically complex languages Finnish and Hungarian and our suggestions on how to use Google Translate in teaching and learning languages. We are in the process of writing an academic paper about the topic

    Around the station, Travelling on the bus

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    In front of Ichikawa station in Chiba which is about 15min away from Tokyo Station
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