Gruppe 1: Archer, J.
This course is an online course with synchronous and asynchronous lessons every week and aims to develop students’ confidence to speak English in a range of social work situations. The main goal is to build students’ vocabulary and confidence in communicating their ideas in English, and we work together on a wide range of topics from the field of social work. Topics complement what students are learning in courses from their main syllabus and on their personal areas of interest. In the past these have included Ethics, discrimination, International social work, addiction, social exclusion, equality, and Gender and sexual orientation, for example.
We meet together every week on Zoom for at least one hour (60 minutes+) for whole class discussion, small group and partner work in breakout rooms, and feedback and responses to the week’s activities. Our meeting will generally be a specific time every week, and students will then have short independent reading, listening or vocabulary building activities to do to prepare for the following week. Students will be encouraged to be in contact with each other outside of formal ‘meeting/whole class’ times, and to continue to work together on the follow-up activities.
To help students to express themselves clearly, both to each other as colleagues and to the service users in the future who they may be supporting in English, functional language will be looked at, along with opportunities to practice role plays and to speak freely.
In order to pass the course successfully, students should demonstrate continued and active participation in class, and will lead one small group presentation or discussion on a topic of their choice relating to social work later in the semester.
ACHTUNG! Geändertes Belegungsverfahren.
Ab sofort können Sie Fachenglisch direkt belegen. Sind alle Plätze besetzt, belegen Sie bitte die andere Gruppe.
Alternativ können Sie auch bei Ihrer Auswahl bleiben und hoffen, dass Sie aus der Warteliste heraus von der_dem Lehrenden später zugelassen werden.