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Workshops coming up:

Modern Language Centre Applied Linguistics Series

The Modern Language Centre hosts an annual Applied Linguistics Series that is open to all staff, students, and members of the public. Our 2016-17 series comprises 19 lectures designed to introduce and explore fundamental concepts in applied linguistics and examine them in their cultural context. No previous experience in linguistics is required and opportunities are provided for questions and discussion.

Lectures are held every Friday 13:00 - 14:00 during term time in
Room S-2.18, Strand Building, Strand Campus.

Semester I

14th October 2016

Introduction to applied linguistics

21st October 2016

Bilingualism

28th October 2016

Second language acquisition

11th November 2016

Cross-linguistic perspectives on dyslexia

18th November 2016

Language and identity / multilingualism

25th November 2016

Language and gender: do men and women speak the same language?

2th December 2016

The languages of Spain and notions of identity

9th December 2016

Youth culture and its lexicon

Semester II

20th January 2017

Lexical innovation in the discourse of business

27th January 2017

Intercultural learning

3rd February 2017

Globalisation and intercultural communication

10th February 2017

Without words: thinking, understanding and communicating through images

 

17th February 2017

The pragmatics of social communication: interpreting language and meaning in the discourse of advertising

 

24th February 2017

Conversation analysis and the importance of non-verbal communication

 

3rd  March 2017

The politics of language in a globalized world

10th March 2017

Film and language: the language of film

17th March 2017

Articulating national identity through film

24th March 2017

Cinema and embodied forms of language

31st March 2017

The relationship between oral and written language in the communication process

For more information click here or contact Silvia Colaiacomo

March 2017
Making Sense of German Grammar

Date: Thursday 9 March 2017

Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of German grammar, focusing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items such as the accusative case, Perfekt tense and modal verbs. The workshop is conducted in both German and English and there will be plenty of time for Q&A.This workshop is designed for students at a Level 1, False Beginners, or Level 2 stage of German.

Convenor: Antonia Markou

Karneval in Germany

Date: Thursday 9 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Location: LRC Seminar Room (K-1.073)

Description: 

The carnival is known in Germany as the "fifth season" and in this workshop we will have a closer look at the tradition and why this carnival is different from other countries. You will get the chance to sample some "Berliner" or "Krapfen" and the chance to practice the famous call "Helau. Alaaf."

Convenor: Angelique Arts

Un viaje por Cuba: la música en Fresa y Chocolate

Date: Tuesday 14 March 2017

Time: 16:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The workshop aims to show and explain the cultural context in which music and songs are presented in the Cuban film Fresa y Chocolate (dir. Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío, 1993). We will watchextracts of the film and read the lyrics of the songs from Cuban composers representing the pre-revolutionary period such as Ernesto Lecuona and the revolutionary composers from La nueva trova cubana (Pablo Milanés and Silvio Rodríguez). You are invited to sing along! 

This workshop is aimed at intermediate and advanced students of Spanish.

Convenor: Talia Morris

The Sound of German

Date: Thursday 16 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at providing a revision and consolidation of basic rules for German pronunciation and phonology. It will particularly focus on aspects of German pronunciation which most beginning learners, especially learners whose first language is not English, find difficult, e.g. the Umlaute ö and ü, or “ch”-sounds. The workshop is conducted in both German and English and involves practical activities and tasks to help students improve their pronunciation and fluency in the language. This workshop is specifically designed for beginner students of German studying at Level 1.

Convenor: Antonia Markou

Designing Italy: A journey through seminal designs of Modern Italy

Date: Thursday 16 March 2017

Time: 18:30 - 20:00

Description: 

A talk with Massimo Mariani

After Wold War II, Italy shifted from a mostly agricultural economy to become a major player in the manufacture industry. We will retrace this extraordinary journey through examples of classic designs of everyday objects such as cars, sofas, or TVs and we will hear the story of the people and companies behind those iconic designs.

Massimo Mariani is an architect and designer. After collaborations with Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genoa and Herman Hertzberger Architectuurstudio in Amsterdam, Massimo moved to London where he started his private practice. Massimo’s works of design have been presented at shows and exhibitions in Milan, Rome, New York, Shanghai, Berlin, Paris and London.

In 2011, Massimo was awarded the Honorable Mention at the XXII ADI Compasso d’Oro for the design of modular system Vita.

Book at Eventbrite - for more details, email us

Designing Italy

Interacting in Spanish A1

Date: Friday 17 March 2017

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at providing revision and consolidation of basic rules for Spanish pronunciation and phonology. The workshop is conducted in Spanish and involves practical activities and tasks to help you improve your pronunciation and fluency in the language, as well as additional preparation for the oral examination There is also plenty of time for Q&A.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Revolution: New Art for a New World

Date: Thursday 23 March 2017

Time: 18:00 - 21:00

Location: Anatomy Theatre Room 6.29

Description: 

Join filmmaker Margy Kinmoth and the Modern Language Centre for a screening ofRevolution - New Art for a New World. Revolution is a bold and exciting featuredocumentary that encapsulates a momentous period in the history of Russia and theRussian Avant-Garde. Drawing on the collections of major Russian institutions,contributions from contemporary artists, curators, and performers and personaltestimony from the descendants of those involved, the film brings the artists of theRussian Avant-Garde to life. It tells the stories of artists like Chagall, Kandinsky, Malevichand others – pioneers who flourished in response to the Utopian challenge of building aNew Art for a New World, only to be broken by implacable authority after 15 short years.

Book at Eventbrite -  for any questions, email us.

Revolution - Film

Making Sense of Spanish Grammar A1

Date: Friday 24 March 2017

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of Spanish grammar, focusing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items such as adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative, etc. The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Interacting in Spanish (B1)

Date: Tuesday 28 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 3.The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Isabel Sainz-Esquerra

Write!

Date: Thursday 30 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

We are focusing on techniques that will help you to get your writing projects started, structure them effectively and get over writing blockades that can occur in the writing process. You can use them for academic writing as well as for writing blogs or your exam in the language you study.

Convenor: Angelique Arts

Macedonia: An Introduction to the Language and Culture

Date: Thursday 30 March 2017

Time: 15:30 - 17:00

Description: 

Come join us at the LRC for an introduction to Macedonian Language and Culture. The workshop will not only give students a chance to be acquainted with the basics of the Macedonian language - its grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, - but it will introduce them with the Macedonian culture as well. In addition to learning how to introduce themselves, and discuss basic everyday topics, we'll look at holidays in Macedonia, Macedonian food and drinks, Macedonian eating habits, and other important aspects of the Macedonian culture and tradition.The workshop will be given by Prof Dr Marjana Vaneva, University American College Skopje and conducted in Macedonian, with English language help offered as necessary throughout the session.

Book at Eventbrite -  for any questions, email us.

Macedonia

 

Festival of Colour: Holi and the Hindi Language

Date: Thursday 30 March 2017

Time: 18:00 - 19:30

Description: 

India is a land of colour, gods, spices and festivals. “Holi” is the famous festival of colour celebrated during spring in India. It is a centuries old festival with extensive preparations and days of fun celebration with songs, dance, food and colour. 

The aim of this workshop is to understand Indian traditional culture of this particular festival and get introduced to the Hindi language. Students will have the opportunity to enjoy and learn about the “Holi” festival and try speaking some basic Hindi words themselves.

This workshop is open to all students who wish to learn about the “Holi” festival and the Hindi language.

Convenor: Sabrina Osborne

Easy Week Communication Skills - 20 - 23 March 2017
Russian Communication Skills

Date: Monday 20 March 2017

Time: 16:00 - 17:00

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in Russian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Marina Stepanova

French Communication Skills

Date: Monday 20 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in French and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Helene Andrawiss-Dlamini

Arabic Communication Skills

Date: Tuesday 21 March 2017

Time: 16:00 - 17:00

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in Arabic and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Amira Mills

Spanish Communication Skills

Date: Tuesday 21 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Isabel Sainz-Esquerra

Brazilian Portuguese Communication Skills

Date: Wednesday 22 March 2017

Time: 16:00 - 17:00

Location: K-1.20

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in Portuguese and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Luciano de Araujo

Italian Communication Skills

Date: Wednesday 22 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Location: K-1.20

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in Italian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Silvia Colaiacomo

German Communication Skills

Date: Thursday 23 March 2017

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Location: LRC Seminar Room (K-1.073)

Description: 

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.The workshop is conducted in German and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Angelique Arts

 

Past workshops:

Workshops 2013-2014
Listening and speaking

Date: Wednesday 27 February 2013

Description: This workshop introduced modern approaches to listening in foreign language acquisition and how best to use your existing communication skills in the classroom and outside. We looked at possible sources as well as methodology to maximise what you have learned in your class. The workshop is suitable for all language and levels.

Convenor: Anette Schroeder-Rossell (MLC Team Leader for French and German)

 

How to prepare for your language exam

Date: 26 March 2013

Description: This workshop aim was to aid in giving practical ideas on how to best prepare and revise for your written exam. The workshop was suitable for student of all languages and levels.

Convenor: Angelique Arts (MLC German Tutor)
Angelique studies Educational Science and Sociology in Berlin and has also completed teacher training with the Goethe Institute successfully. She has been working for the MLC since 2006. She is also a teacher of creative writing and is passionate about the usage of games in the classroom. Her research interest concerns foreign language acquisition in general, the teaching of German as a foreign language, German for academic purposes and Technology Enhanced Learning.

Making the most of your language course: Making grammar work

Date: Wednesday 27 November 2013

Description: This workshop looked into the importance that Grammar has for your language acquisition and how to turn the rules you have learned in the classroom into useful communication. We looked at modern ways of teaching grammar as well as the skills we already bring to the class. The workshop was suitable for all language and levels.

Convenor: Anette Schroeder-Rossell (MLC Team Leader for French and German)

Making the most of your language course: Vocabulary

Date: Wednesday 20 October 2013

Description: This workshop introduced modern approaches to vocabulary in foreign language acquisition and how to best use your existing communication skills in the classroom and outside. We will look at possible sources as well as methodology to maximise what you have learned in your class.

Convenor: Anette Schroeder-Rossell (MLC Team Leader for French and German)

How to improve your listening skills

Date: Wednesday 22 January 2014

Description: This workshop will introduce modern approaches to building up your listening skills in foreign language acquisition and how best to use your existing communication skills in the classroom and outside. We will look at possible sources as well as methodology to maximise what you have learned in the class. The workshop is suitable for all languages and levels.

Convenor: Anette Schroeder-Rossell (MLC Team Leader for French and German)

How to prepare for your oral exam

Date: Thursday 17 April 2014

Description: The workshop is intending to give the students some tips on how to prepare well for a good performance in the oral exam. It will be looking at key aspects to be taken into consideration which can be useful across all levels and languages. All Assessed Module students are very welcome to participate.

Power Point Slides (click to download)

Convenors: Teresa Garcia (MLC Deputy Team Leader for Spanish) and  Silvia Colaiacomo (MLC Deputy Team Leader for Italian)

Using your language(s) in your Career - This Summer and Beyond

Date: Friday 16 May 2014

Beginners and Intermediate Presentation Slides

Advanced Level Presentation Slides

Description: This workshop looks at various options you may wish to pursue utilising the skills picked up from your language course. It will look at a range of internships, paid and voluntary work from a number of case examples of different languages and countries.

Convenor: Isabel Frazer
Isabel is a careers consultant from King's Career & Employability, who has been working closely with the MLC and the modern language degree courses throughout three academic cycles. She runs regular workshops on career options for language learners, and advises students on how to market their language skills effectively across a broad range of industrial sectors. Isabel had had first-hand experience of being a language student, having studies Spanish at University, spending a semester each at the University of Seville and University of Havana, and learnt basic Italian here at MLC at King's.

Workshops 2014-2015
Using Language in your career (for beginner / intermediate)

Date: Wednesday 22 October 2014

Description: In the session we explored why and where your beginner/intermediate language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markets, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills

Convenor: Jane Maddison

The Japan Exchange and Training (JET) Programme

Date: Wednesday 22 October 2014

Description: One of the former JET participants gave a presentation on the structure and benefits of the programme. For more information, please read our news post about the positions available.

Using languages in your career (for advanced)

Date: Tuesday 4 November 2014
Description: In this session we explored why and where your advanced language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markers, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills

Convenor: Jane Maddison

How to write in a foreign language

Date: Wednesday 5 November 2014

Description: This workshop looked at the foundation of language acquisition and was particularly useful for beginners in a new language or students with no previous experience of language learning.

Making Grammar Work

Date: Wednesday 19 November 2014

Description: This workshop looked at the foundation of language acquisition and was particularly useful for beginners in a new language or students with no previous experience of language learning.

Using languages in your career

Date: Tuesday 27 January 2015
Description: In this session we explored why and where your language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markets, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills.
Convenor: Jane Maddison, Careers Consultant, King's Careers & Employability

Building your vocabulary in a foreign language

Date: Wednesday 28 January 2015
Convenor: Anette Schroeder-Rossell, Team Leader for French & German, Modern Language Centre

How to read in a foreign language

Date: Wednesday 4 February 2015
Convenor: Magali Allary, Deputy Team Leader for French, Modern Language Centre

Exam workshop for stage 1 and 2

Date: Wednesday 15 April 2015
Time: 14:00 - 15:00
Description: This workshop is to give students of beginner and elementary level some tips on how to prepare well for the oral exam. It will look at key aspects that should be taken into consideration for a good performance at the oral exam and will be useful across all languages. All Assessed Modules students of stage 1 and 2 are very welcome to participate.
Convenors: Silvia Colaiacomo, Deputy Team Leader for Italian, Modern Language Centre.

Exam workshop for Intermediate and Advanced

Date: Thursday 16 April 2015
Time: 14:00 - 15:00
Description: This workshop is to give students of beginner and elementary level some tips on how to prepare well for the oral exam. It will look at key aspects that should be taken into consideration for a good performance at the oral exam and will be useful across all languages. All Assessed Module of stage 3 and above students are very welcome to participate.
Convenors: Silvia Colaiacomo, Deputy Team Leader for Italian, Modern Language Centre.

My Japanese food experiences - Let's share useful information!

Date: Wednesday 27 May 2015

Description: The workshop will start with a presentation in basic Japanese about local food in Shizuoka, Japan, by Mineko Arai, MLC Japanese tutor. The aim is then for participants to speak about their own Japanese food experiences, in basic or more advanced Japanese depending on your level. Participants who have not been to Japan are very welcome to take part.   Basic grammar and useful vocabulary will be provided where necessary. Please feel free to bring your own photos! PCs are also available if you are bringing digital images.

Convenor: Mineko Arai, MLC Japanese tutor

Tips for learning Italian online

Date: Wednesday 10 June 2015

Description: The aim of this workshop is to familiarize with some available online resources for learning Italian. During the session, students will explore some online free resources aiming at improving different language skills (reading, listening, writing, the use of grammar, etc.) at different levels.

During the workshop, students will have the opportunity to experiment with these online free activities and material and tailor them to their specific learning needs.

A comprehensive list of online resources will also be distributed to participants.

The workshop will be conducted in English and is targeted at all language levels with examples of Italian activities throughout the session.

 Material: https://prezi.com/embed/ubdlyxzvamjo/?bgcolor=ffffff&lock_to_path=0&autoplay=0&autohide_ctrls=0&PARENT_REQUEST_ID=421e00ef12f1d7f7

 

Workshops 2015 - 2016
October 2015
Learning Italian Online

Date: Tueday 6 October 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: The aim of this workshop is to familiarize students with some available online resources for learning Italian. During the session students will explore some helpful online free resources aiming at improving different language skills (reading, listening, writing, use of grammar, etc.) at different levels.

Students will have the opportunity to experiment with these free online activities and materials and tailor them to their specific learning needs. A comprehensive list of online resources will also be distributed to participants.

Convenor: Antonio Lucicesare

Click here for more information.

Click below for resources related to this workshop

Learning Italian Online - 6 October 2015

Discuss French Newspaper Headlines (in French)

Date: Monday 12 October 2015

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Description:                                                                                                  During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Hélène Andrawiss-Dlamini

Click here for more information

Click below for resources related to this workshop

Discussing French Newspapers (in French) - 12 October 2015

Discuss German Newspaper Headlines (in German)

Date: Wednesday 14 October 2015

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

Description: 

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills by reading German newspaper headlines and discussing their meaning and, in doing so, explore current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German at all language stages, from beginner to advanced.

Convenor: Angelique Arts

Click here for more information

Using Languages in Your Careers - Beginners to Intermediate

Date: Thursday 15 October 2015

Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Description: In this session we will explore why and where your language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markers, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills in CVs and applications.

Convenor: Jane Maddison - Careers 

Click here for more information. 

The Sound of Italian

Date: Friday 16 October

Time: 10:00 - 11:30

Description: 

The workshop aims at providing a revision and consolidation of basic rules for Italian pronunciation and phonology. The workshop is conducted in Italian and involves practical activities and tasks to help you improve your pronunciation and fluency in the language. There is also plenty of time for revision and for Q&A.

The workshop is suitable for all students enrolled in a Stage 1 Beginner’s Italian course.

Convenor: Paolo Nelli

Click here for more information.

The Sound of Spanish

Date: Friday 16 October

Time: 12:00 - 13:30

Description:

The workshop aims at providing a revision and consolidation of basic rules for Spanish pronunciation and phonology. The workshop is conducted in Spanish and involves practical activities and tasks to help you improve your pronunciation and fluency in the language. There is also plenty of time for revision and for Q&A.

The workshop is suitable for all students enrolled in a Stage 1 Beginner’s Spanish course.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Click here for more information.

How to select your PG Applied Linguistics essay

Date: Monday 26 October 2015

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Description: The workshop is designed to support PG students in the selection of their topic for the PG Applied Linguistics Essay, as part of their MLC Language Module. During the workshop students will be guided through the PG page on KEATS in order to explore and review on-line lectures in preparation for their Applied Linguistics Essay. We will discuss how to connect the theoretical areas of the online lectures to make manageable and meaningful essay topics and how to possibly connect them to students’ own areas of research. Students will have the opportunity to ask for questions and clarifications and bring and discuss examples.

This workshop is for all PG students taking an Assessed Language Module with the Modern Language Centre.

Convenors: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

PG Applied Linguistics Programme: Q&A session

Date: Monday 26 October 2015

Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Description: This Q&A session follows directly on from the workshop How to Select Your PG Applied Linguistics Essay and gives students the opportunity to ask questions and seek clarifications and to bring in and discuss examples.

This Q&A session is for all PG students taking an Assessed Language Module with the Modern Language Centre.

Convenors: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

Training Speaking Practice for LRC advisers and volunteers

Date: Tueday 27 October 2015

Time: 11:00 - 13:00

Description: Training session for all LRC advisers and speaking practice volunteers as part of the LRC Speaking Practice program and Continuing Professional Development.

Convenor: Magali Allary, and Anette Schroeder-Rossell

November 2015
Using Languages in your Career - Advanced Speakers

Date: Tuesday 3 November 2015

Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Description: In this session we will explore why and where your advanced language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markers, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills in CVs and applications.

Convenor: Jane Maddison

Click here for more information.

How to Make the Most of Your Language Class - Grammar

Date: Wednesday 4 November 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The aim of this workshop is to familiarize students with tips for learning grammar. Students will have the opportunity to hear about the different approaches to learning grammar, the most common grammar terms and what guidelines to follow to make the learning of grammar rules easy and natural.

This workshop is suitable for learners of a foreign language at all language stages, from beginner to advanced.

Convenor: Ulrike Pavelka

Click here for more information.

Click below for resources related to this workshop

Making the Most of your Language Class: Grammar - 4 November 2015

Listening to French: Basic Phonetics

Date: Thursday 5 November 2015

Time: 16:00 - 17:30

Description: 

This workshop will explore the basic principles of French phonetics. We will try to understand what makes French sonority so attractive for the ears and experience oral, nasal, and guttural French sounds, and their rhythmic combinations within words. Also we will focus on French pronunciation in contrast to English pronunciation. We will work on a list of words shared by both languages, in order to understand how words written similarly can sound so differently depending on whether they are said in French or in English. Thus, beyond a sensory experience, this workshop aims at showing learners that learning a new language entails acquiring new pronunciation and listening habits.

This workshop is particularly suitable for students who have a keen interest in French or have just started learning French (beginners, false beginners).

Convenor: Marion Dufour

Click here for more information.

El día de los muertos y las calaveritas en México

Date: Tuesday 10 November 2015

Time: 13:00 - 14:30

Description: 

The workshop aims to show and explain general aspects of the Mexican celebration known as “El día de los muertos” (The day of the dead). We will watch some videos about this ancestral Mexican tradition and read some calaveritas (little satirical poems) before we begin to write our own (in Spanish or in English). The calaveritas produced at this workshop will be read at The Day of the Dead offering organized by the Mexican Society at King’s College London, on November 11th at 5pm (Waterloo campus)

This workshop is for all students enrolled in a Spanish course and/or any students interested in exploring the Mexican culture. Mexican students at King´s are invited to participate as well.

Convenor: Dr Talia Luna Morris and Dr Erika Erdely

Click here for more information.

Discuss German Newspaper Headlines - in German

Date: Wednesday 11 November 2015

Time: 10:00 - 11:00

Description: 

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills by reading German newspaper headlines and discussing their meaning and, in doing so, explore current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German at all language stages, from beginner to advanced.

Convenor: Anne Foertsch

Click here for more information.

Work in Japan (Embassy of Japan), study in Japan (MEXT & Daiwa Foundation)

Date: Wednesday 11 November 2015

Time: 13:00 - 15:00

Description: The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is an official Japanese Government scheme aiming at improving foreign language teaching in schools and promoting international understanding.

There are 2 positions available for UK graduates: Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) and Coordinator for International Relations (CIR). 

Convenor: Embassy of Japan, Daiwa Foundation and MEXT (the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology)

Discuss French Newspaper Headlines - in French

Date: Thursday 12 November 2015

Time: 10:00 - 11:00

Description:                                                                                                

During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Helene Andrawiss-Dlamini

Click here for more information

Forgetting - Workshop and Q&A

Date: Thursday 12 November 2015

Time: 12:30 - 13:30

Description: 

This workshop will look at various reasons why it is so easy to forget a foreign language (or anything else that we have learned in a formal setting) and will suggest strategies to help us forget less. This will be followed by a Q&A session which will also serve as an opportunity to pool helpful tips. 

The workshop is for teachers and students of all languages

Convenor: Britta Giersche

Click here for more information.

Click below for resources relating to this workshop:

 - Workshop Presentation

 - Aricle: How Much Do People Forget?

 - Article: Why We Forget

Discussing French Newspaper Headlines (in French)-12 November 2015

Arabic Calligraphy - 19 November 2015

Go Global and One World Week Events Monday 16 November - Friday 20 November 2015
Monday 16 November - Spanish Culture Quiz & Language Taster

Date: Monday 16 November

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

This workshop aims at offering a panorama into Spanish and Latin American present and past culture. The session will explore basic notions of the Spanish Speaking World Culture and it will offer opportunities for practising and demonstrating your knowledge in different cultural areas of the Hispanic World.

The Quiz will be followed by a Beginners taster language session in Spanish.

This workshop is particularly suitable for those students who have not learned Spanish before, or have a basic knowledge of the language and would like to familiarize themselves further with the Hispanic Culture.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Click here for more information.

Tuesday 17 November - Italian Karaoke Opera & Language Taster

Date: Tuesday 17 November 2015

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description:

This workshop aims at offering a playful induction to Italian Opera for beginner learners of the language. The session will explore one notorious aria from Il Barbiere di Siviglia and it will offer opportunities for practicing Italian pronunciation through singing.

The karaoke will be followed by a taster language session in Italian.

This workshop is particularly suitable for those students who have not learned Italian before, or have a basic knowledge of the language and would like to familiarize themselves with Italian sounds.

Convenor: Barbara Rocci

Click here for more information.

Wednesday 18 November - Japanese Tea Ceremony & Language Taster

Date: Wednesday 18 November 2015

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha (抹 茶), powdered green tea. We will explore this ceremony together. This will be followed by a language taster session in beginner Japanese.

This workshop is designed for students who have not learned Japanese before or who have basic knowledge of the language and would also like to experience a traditional Japanese ceremony.

Convenor: Junko Kasai

Click here for more information.

Thursday 19 November - Arabic Coffee, Calligraphy & Language Taster

Date: Thursday 19 November 2015

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

The session will open with a tasting of Arabic coffee and dates in the spirit of a traditional Arabic welcome while learning and practising Arabic greetings and introductions. This will be followed by an introduction to Arabic calligraphy and script, including a hands-on Arabic writing session.

This workshop is particularly suitable for those students who have not learned Arabic before and would like to familiarize themselves with Arabic greetings and introductions and gain some insight into Arabic script.

Convenor: Amira Mills and the KCL Saudi Society

Click here for more information.

Friday 20 November - French Drawing Masterclass & Language Taster

Date: Friday 20 November 2015

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

This workshop aims at offering an insight into French Language and culture through art. The session will start with an introduction to French Impressionist Portraiture and give students hands-on experience in exploring this medium by creating their own work.

 The portrait session will be followed by a taster session in French language.

This workshop is designed for students who have not learned French before or who have basic knowledge of the language and also have an interest in French art.

Convenor: Pascal Furmineaux

Click here for more information.

How to select your PG Applied Linguistics essay - November Session

Date: Wednesday 25 November 2015

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Description: The workshop is designed to support PG students in the selection of their topic for the PG Applied Linguistics Essay, as part of their MLC Language Module. During the workshop students will be guided through the PG page on KEATS in order to explore and review on-line lectures in preparation for their Applied Linguistics Essay. We will discuss how to connect the theoretical areas of the online lectures to make manageable and meaningful essay topics and how to possibly connect them to students’ own areas of research. Students will have the opportunity to ask for questions and clarifications and bring and discuss examples.

This workshop is for all PG students taking an Assessed Language Module with the Modern Language Centre.

Convenors: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

PG Applied Linguistics Programme: Q&A session - November Session

Date: Wednesday 25 November

Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Description: This Q&A session follows directly on from the workshop How to Select Your PG Applied Linguistics Essay and gives students the opportunity to ask questions and seek clarifications and to bring in and discuss examples.

This Q&A session is for all PG students taking an Assessed Language Module with the Modern Language Centre.

Convenors: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

Kimono and the Japanese Language

Date: Wednesday 25 November 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

‘Kimono’ is a traditional Japanese garment which, in spite of various changes in style, has remained basically unchanged for centuries, with the kimono and undergarments all fastened with a number of cords and sashes around the waist.

The aim of this workshop is to understand Japanese traditional culture and basic Japanese language. Students will have opportunity to enjoy and learn about the beauty of kimono and even try some on themselves!

This workshop is open to all students who wish to learn about kimono and the Japanese language.

Convenor: Harumi Currie

Click here for more information.

Making Sense of Italian Grammar

Date: Friday 27 November 2015

Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Description:

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of Italian grammar, focusing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items such as adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative, etc. The workshop is conducted in Italian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is suitable for all students enrolled in a Stage 1 Beginner’s Italian course.

Convenor: Paolo Nelli

Click here for more information.

Making Sense of Spanish Grammar

Date: Friday 27 November 2015

Time: 12:30 - 14:00

Description:

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of Spanish grammar, focusing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items such as adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative, etc. The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is suitable for all students enrolled in a Stage 1 Beginner’s Spanish course.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Click here for more information.

December 2015
How to Make the Most of Your Language Class - Vocabulary

Date: Wednesday 2 December 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The workshop will introduce some pedagogically viable approaches to vocabulary learning. We will explore how best to use your communication skills and look at modern methods of learning vocabulary in context and from authentic sources.

This workshop is suitable for students of all languages and levels and is particularly suitable for those students who are learning a language for the first time or who don’t have extensive experience with language learning.

Convenor: Tanya Linaker

Click here for more information

Discuss French Newspaper Headlines - in French

Date: Friday 4 December 2015

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Hélène Andrawiss-Dlamini

Click here for more information

How to Write Your Intercultural Learning Project

Date: Monday 7 December

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at supporting students in the process of selecting a title for their Final Intercultural Learning project and writing the Final Essay related to the Project. The workshop will focus on how to structure a project, how to write the essay, how to carry out a successful analysis of data and how to connect the selected topics to broader theoretical backgrounds, linking practice to theory.

This workshop is for all students currently attending the Intercultural Learning Module.

Convenor: Silvia Colaiacomo & Donata Puntil

Click here for more information

Discuss German Newspaper Headlines - in German

Date: Wednesday 9 December 2015

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

Description: 

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills by reading German newspaper headlines and discussing their meaning and, in doing so, explore current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German at Stage 3 and above (intermediate to advanced).

Convenor: Bettina Reschke

Click here for more information

January 2016
Discussing French Newspaper Headlines (in French)

Date: Monday 25 January 2016

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Description: 

During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Hélène Andrawiss-Dlamini

Click here for more information

Discussing German Newspaper Headlines (in German)

Date: Wednesday 27 January 2016

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

Description: 

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills by reading German newspaper headlines and discussing their meaning and, in doing so, explore current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German at Stage 3 and above (intermediate to advanced).

Convenor: Angelique Arts

Click here for more information

Narrating Stories - Pasajera

Date: Wednesday 27 January 2016

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of narration in the past in Spanish. We will watch the Mexican short film Pasajera, by Jorge Villalobos (México 1997) and work together on the vocabulary and narrative structures needed to produce a text describing the content of the film. The session will provide opportunity for revision and consolidation of the use of the perfect and imperfect past tense. The workshop will be conducted in Spanish and there will be time for Q&A.

All students enrolled in a Spanish Assessed Module or Evening Class, especially students at B1/B2 level (Stage 3 and Stage 4).

Convenor: Erika Erdely

Click here for more information

Using Languages in Your Career: All Levels

Date: Thursday 28 January 2016

Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Description: 

In this session we will explore why and where your language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markets, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills in CVs and applications as an advanced user of a language.

Convenor: Jane Maddison

Click here for more information

February 2016
How to Make the Most of Your Language Class: Reading

Date: Wednesday 3 February 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The workshop will introduce some tips and techniques for reading in a foreign language. We will discuss how to make the most of your existing knowledge, and how to extract information from context and format. The workshop aims to help learners at lower levels gain confidence in their reading skills and develop basic coping strategies.

 Convenor: Magali Allary

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Die deutschsprachige Minderheit in Ungarn. Das Problemfeld der Sprache und Identität in der Literatur

Date: Friday 5 February 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:30

Minderheitenliteratur kann eine wichtige Rolle im Kontext der Kultur und Spracherhalt spielen und beeinflusst die Bildung von Identität. Im Falle der deutschsprachigen Minderheit in Ungarn (die zweitgrößte Minderheit in Ungarn) kann die Literaturproduktion aufgrund fortschreitenden Sprachverlustes kaum diesen Einfluss erreichen. Es gibt aber eine kleine, sehr aktive ungarndeutsche Literaturszene, die sich auf unterschiedliche Weise mit der Situation der Minderheit auseinandersetzt. Die verschiedenen Zugänge werden in dem Vortrag thematisiert.

Convenor: Era Erlinghagen and Ulrike Pavelka

Click here for more information in English

Click here for information in German

Japanese Calligraphy Workshop

Date: Wednesday 10 February 2016

Time: 17:30 - 18:30

Description: 

 Japanese shodō (書道 ) is a form of calligraphy, or artistic writing, of the Japanese language. During the workshop we will explore this cultural tradition and practice shodō by writing Japanese characters (Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana) with ink-dipped brush 筆 (fude).

No previous experience of the language is required. The workshop is open to students of Japanese of different levels as well as to absolute beginners.

Convenor: Ayumi Teshima

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How to Prepare for Your Writing Task

Date: Thursday 11 February 2016

Time: 13:00 - 14:00

Description: 

Designed for students in the Assessed Modules at Stages 3 and up, this workshop is designed to provide guidance on the writing part of the Formative Assessment and Final Written Examination. We will look at strategies to produce clear and coherent writing tasks, consider the expectations of the exam markers, and outline the basics of a successful foreign-language essay.

Convenor: Magali Allary

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Mexican Film Screening

Date: Thursday 11 February 2016

Time: 18:00-20:00

Location: Room K1.28

Film: Huapango

In the presentation of this film  we will explore a recent Mexican adaptation of Shakespeare's Othello, providing culture-specific keys to reading the modern film vis-à-vis the original script and other re-imaginings. Discussion will be conducted in English and will be followed by Q&A.

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Making Fun of Italian Grammar

Date: Friday 12 February 2016

Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Description: 

This workshop is aimed at consolidating basic Italian grammatical structures, particularly in relation to the form and use of irregular and reflexive verbs in the present tense. The session will provide opportunities for students to practice and reinforce their grammar skills and clarify their understanding in relation to further grammatical elements, such as nouns, adjectives, prepositions and pronouns.

The workshop is conducted in Italian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Italian course or Beginners’ Italian Evening Course.

Convenor: Paolo Nelli

Click here for more information

Making Fun of Spanish Grammar

Date: Friday 12 February 2016

Time: 12:30 - 14:00

Description: 

This workshop is aimed at consolidating basic Spanish grammatical structures, particularly in relation to the form and use of irregular and reflexive verbs in the present tense. The session will provide opportunities for students to practice and reinforce their grammar skills and clarify their understanding in relation to further grammatical elements, such as nouns, adjectives, prepositions and pronouns.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Spanish course or Beginners’ Spanish Evening Course.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Click here for more information

Discuss German Newspaper Headlines (in German)

Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

Description: 

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills by reading German newspaper headlines and discussing their meaning and, in doing so, explore current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German at Stage 3 and above (intermediate to advanced).

Convenor: Manuela von Papen

Click here for more information

Discuss French Newspaper Headlines (in French)

Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016

Time: 15:30 - 16:30

Description: 

 During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Hélène Andrawiss-Dlamini

Click here for more information

How to Make the Most of Your Language Class: Listening and Speaking

Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

This session is aims to look at various tips and hints to help language students to learn a language more effectively, focussing on how to develop further listening and speaking skills through different strategies.

This workshop is designed for all language students across all MLC programmes.

Convenor: Teresa Garcia

Click here for more information

Click here for the resources used at this workshop

Making Sense of Spanish Grammar

Date: Friday 19 February 2016

Time: 12:30 - 14:00

Description: 

This workshop is aimed at reinforcing basic notions of Spanish grammar, focussing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items, like adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative of regular verbs, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Spanish course or Beginners’ Spanish Evening Course.

Convenor: Diego Iudicissa

Click here for more information

Making Sense of Italian Grammar

Date: Friday 19 February 2016

Time: 15:00 - 16:30

Description: 

This workshop is aimed at reinforcing basic notions of Italian grammar, focussing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items, like adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative of regular verbs, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Italian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Italian course or Beginners’ Italian Evening Course.

Convenor: Fiammetta Porri

Click here for more information

How to Write Your Post-Graduate Applied Linguistics Essay: Workshop and Q&A

Date: Monday 22 February 2016

Time: 14:00 - 16:00

Description: 

 The workshop aims at supporting students in designing and writing the final essay for the PG Applied Linguistics component. During the workshop, students will familiarise themselves with strategies and guidelines to complete a 1500-word piece of work in academic English, comprising all the relevant parts (introduction, literature review, discussion and conclusion), and in accordance with the marking criteria. The workshop will also offer a good opportunity for students to ask questions and clarify anything they may have doubts about.

This workshop is for all PG students taking an Assessed Language Module with the Modern Language Centre.

Convenor: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

March 2016 
How to Make the Most of Your Language Class: Vocabulary

Date: Thursday 3 March 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The workshop will introduce some pedagogically viable approaches to vocabulary learning. We will explore how best to use your communication skills and look at modern methods of learning vocabulary in context and from authentic sources.

This workshop is suitable for students of all languages and levels and is particularly suitable for those students who are learning a language for the first time or who don’t have extensive experience with language learning.

Convenor: Tanya Linaker

Click here for more information

Click here for slides from this workshop.

Click here for presenter's notes to accompany workshop slides.

How to Make the Most of Your Language Class: Writing

Date: Wednesday 9 March 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description: 

The workshop will introduce some tips and techniques for writing in a foreign language.
We will discuss how to make the most of your existing knowledge, and how to gradually develop a text, based on specific needs, genre and context. The workshop aims to specifically help learners at lower levels gain confidence in their writing skills and develop basic coping strategies.

Convenor: Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

Click here for slides from this workshop.

Interacting in Italian

Date: Friday 11 March 2016

Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Description: 

This workshop is aimed at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills and increase their vocabulary on topics such as: daily routine, general descriptions, food, family, hobbies and free time, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Italian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

This workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Italian course or Beginners’ Italian Evening Course.

Convenor: Paolo Nelli

Click here for more information

Interacting in Spanish

Date: Friday 11 March 2016

Time: 12:30 - 14:00

Description:

This workshop is aimed at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills and increase their vocabulary on topics such as: daily routine, general descriptions, food, family, hobbies and free time, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Spanish course or Beginners’ Spanish Evening Course.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

Click here for more information

Making Sense of Spanish Grammar

Date: Monday 14 March 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:30

Description:

This workshop is aimed at reinforcing basic notions of Spanish grammar, focussing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items, like adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative of regular verbs, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Spanish course or Beginners’ Spanish Evening Course.

Convenor: Diego Iudicissa

Click here for more information

Discuss French Newspaper Headlines (in French)

Date: Tuesday 15 March 2016

Time: 16:00 - 17:00

Description: 

 During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Hélène Andrawiss-Dlamini

Click here for more information

Developing your Confidence Interacting in Spanish

Date: Tuesday 15 March 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:30

Description: 

This workshop is aimed at reinforcing basic notions of Spanish grammar covered at A2 level, focussing on sentence structure in written and oral language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items: the form and use of the different past tenses, gender and number agreement in descriptions, etc. It will also be an opportunity to gain confidence in interactive and speaking skills at A2 Level.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A

This workshop is particularly suitable for those students who want to consolidate and reinforce basic Spanish structures at A2 level.

Convenor: Isabel Sainz

Click here for more information

Discuss German Newspaper Headlines (in German)

Date: Wednesday 16 March 2016

Time: 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills by reading German newspaper headlines and discussing their meaning and, in doing so, explore current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German at Stage 3 and above (intermediate to advanced).

Convenor: Manuela von Papen

Click here for more information

How to Write your Post-Graduate Applied Linguistics Essay: Workshop and Q&A

Date: Friday 18 March 2016

Time: 14:00 - 17:00

Description: 

The workshop aims at supporting students in designing and writing the final essay for the PG Applied Linguistics component. During the workshop, students will familiarise themselves with strategies and guidelines to complete a 1500-word piece of work in academic English, comprising all the relevant parts (introduction, literature review, discussion and conclusion), and in accordance with the marking criteria. The workshop will also offer a good opportunity for students to ask questions and clarify anything they may have doubts about.

This workshop is for all PG students taking an Assessed Language Module with the Modern Language Centre.

Convenor: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

Japanese Conversation Workshop: My Favourite Places in Japan

Date: Wednesday 23 March 2016

Time: 18:30 - 19:30

Description: 

The workshop focuses on enhancing communicative strategies in Japanese starting from personal experiences of Japanese culture, food and locations. Basic grammar and useful vocabulary will be provided where necessary. The workshop will start with a presentation in basic Japanese about Shizuoka, Japan, by Mineko Arai.

The workshop is open to students of Japanese of different levels from elementary to advanced.  Students are invited to bring pictures of their trips to Japan, however students who haven’t visited Japan yet are also invited to participate. Computers will be available to access digital pictures.

Convenor: Mineko Arai

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How to Write your Intercultural Learning Project

Date: Wednesday 30 March 2016

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Description:

The workshop aims at supporting students in the process of selecting a title for their Final Intercultural Learning project and writing the Final Essay related to the Project. The workshop will focus on how to structure a project, how to write the essay, how to carry out a successful analysis of data and how to connect the selected topics to broader theoretical backgrounds, linking practice to theory.

This workshop is for all students currently attending the Intercultural Learning Module.

Convenor: Silvia Colaiacomo and Donata Puntil

Click here for more information

World Food Sharing Event

Share cultures, practice languages and mingle over exciting new foods from around the world!

Date: Friday 1 April 2016

Time: 17:00-18:00

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April 2016
PostGraduate Linguistics Drop-in Session and Q&A

Date: Monday 18 April 2016

Time: 13:00 - 14:00

Description:

The session is designed to offer support to postgraduate students in preparation for the submission of their Applied Linguistics Essay.

Following the workshops offered in Terms 1 and 2 (‘How to select a topic’ and ‘How to write your Applied Linguistics essay’), this session will provide students with the opportunity to ask further questions on both their topics and the writing of their essay, as well as to clarify any final doubts regarding their papers.

 This workshop is for all PG students taking one of the Assessed Modules offered by the MLC.

 Convenor: Donata Puntil and Silvia Colaiacomo

Click here for more information

Interacting in Spanish

Date: Tuesday 19 April 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:30

Description:

This workshop is aimed at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills and increase their vocabulary on topics such as: daily routine, general descriptions, food, family, hobbies and free time, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is aimed at all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Spanish course or Beginners’ Spanish Evening Course.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

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Making Sense of Italian Grammar

Date: Wednesday 20 April 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

This workshop is aimed at reinforcing basic notions of Italian grammar, focussing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items, like adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative of regular verbs, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Italian and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is designed for all students in a Stage 1 Assessed Module Italian course or Beginners’ Italian Evening Course.

Convenor: Fiametta Porri

Click here for more information

Kimono and the Japanese Language

Date: Tuesday 26 April 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

‘Kimono’ is a traditional Japanese garment which, in spite of various changes in style, has remained basically unchanged for centuries, with the kimono and undergarments all fastened with a number of cords and sashes around the waist.

The aim of this workshop is to understand Japanese traditional culture and basic Japanese language. Students will have opportunity to enjoy and learn about the beauty of kimono and even try some on themselves!

This workshop is open to all students who wish to learn about kimono and the Japanese language.

Convenor: Harumi Currie

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Japan Foundation Online Resources Workshop

Date: Tuesday 26 April 2016

            Thursday 28 April 2016

Time: 18:30 - 20:30

Description:

This workshop, conducted by the Japan Foundation, will give participants the opportunity to explore the wide range of online resources available for Japanese language learning, and to share information and ideas with each other. The workshop will include an in-depth explanation of Marugoto Plus A2, a free website created by the Japan Foundation designed for learning Japanese independently and following the same content as the Marugoto textbook series.

Following this, participants will be able to share ideas with each other and exchange tips regarding other useful websites and apps they have used to support their Japanese studies. A great way to gain really useful information for your learning, and network with fellow enthusiasts of Japanese language and culture!

Registration:

To book a place, go to the online registration page.

Please note that while the website states there is a £5.00 fee, this does not apply to King’s College/Modern Language Centre students. When registering, please make sure you state that you are a King’s College/Modern Language Centre student. Please also bring on the day supporting evidence such as your King’s College ID or your confirmation email for your Modern Language Centre course.

Convenor: Japan Foundation

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May 2016
E-learning Tips for Learning Italian

Date: Tuesday 3 May 2016

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

The aim of this workshop is to familiarize you with some available online resources for learning Italian. During the session students will explore some helpful free online resources aimed at improving different language skills (reading, listening, writing, use of grammar, etc.) at different levels.

Students will have the opportunity to experiment with these free online activities and materials and tailor them to their specific learning needs.

A comprehensive list of online resources will also be distributed to participants.

This workshop is suitable for learners of Italian at all levels, from beginner to advanced.

Convenor: Antonio Lucicesare

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Write!: Tips and tricks to write better and more effectively

Date: Wednesday 11 May 2016

Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Description:

In this workshop we will look at different techniques to get ready to write longer texts for either academic or private purposes: from creative writing and techniques to get started to techniques for better structure and overview. These skills can be applied to all languages and help you gain better proficiency writing in your target language.

This workshop is suitable for students of all languages and levels.

Convenor: Angelique Arts

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Botticelli and Dante - An Introduction to Italian Art and Literature

Date: Friday 13 May 2015

Time:  13:00 - 14:00 (workshop in the LRC, Room K-1.072)
             14:00 - 15:00 (visit to the Courtauld Gallery)

Description:

In conjunction with the current exhibition ‘ Botticelli and the treasure from the Hamilton Collection’ at the Courtauld Gallery, this workshop aims to offer an introduction to the work of the Italian artist Sandro Botticelli and his illustration of La Divina Commedia by Dante, a masterpiece of Italian literature. The workshop will be followed by a free visit to the exhibition.

This workshop is suitable for learners of Italian of all levels (from elementary to advanced), especially those who have already an elementary knowledge of the language and would like to familiarize themselves with Italian history of art, literature and culture.
The free visit to the Courtauld has limited places. Make sure you book a place by emailing language.resources@kcl.ac.uk

Convenor: Barbara Rocci and Silvia Colaiacomo

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Italian Pronunciation through Opera

Date: Wednesday 18 May 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

This workshop aims at offering a playful induction to Italian Opera for beginner learners of the language. The session will explore one notorious aria from Il Barbiere di Siviglia and it will offer opportunities for practicing Italian pronunciation, both speaking and listening, through opera.

This workshop is particularly suitable for those students who have a basic or elementary knowledge of the language and would like to familiarize themselves with Italian pronunciation, intonation and culture.

Convenor: Barbara Rocci

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Plantu: Cartooning the World

Date: Thursday 19 May 2015

Time: 18:00 - 19:30

Description:

This workshop explores the French cartoonist Plantu, his career and his work. We will look at different major current events/issues happening in the world today through the medium of cartoons and discuss the role of this medium, its strengths, and its weaknesses.

This workshop is aimed at students with an Intermediate level of French or higher and an interest in Current Affairs and Media.

Convenor: Laurence Gatey

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June 2016
Learn French Through Games

Date: Thursday 9 June 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

In this workshop we will play different games to practice French.
We will focus on improving oral skills while having fun.

This workshop is designed for students from all levels interested in using French in a different context. There will be a variety of games accessible to the different abilities of the attendees

Convenor: Emilie Rolland

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Discovering the Beautiful “Côte d’Azur"

Date: Thursday 16 June 2015

Time: 18:00 - 19:30

Description:

In this workshop we will discover the beautiful “Cote d’Azur” in the South-East of France: its culture, landmarks, traditions and food. 
The workshop is based on student participation: the aim is to discover the beautiful area through games, descriptions of images, recipes and students’ own knowledge.

This workshop is designed mainly for students with “Beginners” level French and an interest in France and French Culture.

Convenor: Laurence Gatey

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Discuss French Newspaper Headlines (in French)

Date: Monday 20 June 2015

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

During the session, students will have the opportunity to discuss in groups of two or three, current affairs in France.  The workshop will provide students with a French perspective on international affairs and will allow them to gain a broader view on various topics.

The workshop is suitable for learners from stage 3 upward. The workshop activities will be adapted as much as possible to the learners’ language ability.

Convenor: Helene Andrawiss-Dlamini

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Discuss German Magainze and Newspaper Headlines in German

Date: Wednesday 22 June 2016

Time: 16:45 - 17:45

Description:

Students will get the chance to practice their reading and speaking skills. We will read a short article from a German newspaper or magazine, and will then discuss the article and explore related contemporary themes and current affairs in politics and society in Germany.

This workshop is suitable for learners of German level 3 and higher.  

Convenor: Marina Quay

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Workshops - 2016 -17
One World Week/Go Global 2016

The MLC is delighted to host a number of events as part of One World Week and Go Global. No prior knowledge of any languages are required - click here to explore the range of events on offer and open up a whole new world.
One World - Spanish - The History and Language of Mexican Chocolate

Date: Monday 14 November - 12:00 - 14:00

Description: Explore the history of Mexican chocolate while sampling an introduction to the Spanish Language, with potential surprises in store...

Convenor: Teresa Garcia in conjunction with the Mexican Institute

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One World - Arabic Language, Culture and Dress

Date: Monday 14 November - 16:00 - 17:30

Description: 

Enjoy an introduction to Arabic Language and Culture, with a special focus on the history of Arabic traditional dress. This session also includes a traditional Arabic welcome featuring date tasting and mint tea.

Convenor: Amira Mills and Najwa Khadim

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One World - Mandarin - Tastes of the Chinese Language and its Cuisine

Date: Tuesday 15 November - 12:00 - 13:30

Description:

This session will introduce you to the key ingredients and flavours of Chinese cuisine followed by an opportunity to try your hand at preparing (and eating!) your own Chinese dish. There will also be a tasting of Chinese snacks. Throughout the workshop you will be introduced to Chinese food culture and the language of food in the Chinese world, with a special introduction to Taiwanese night-market snacks.

Convenor: Helen Cheng

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One World - Japanese - The Making and Language of Sushi

Date: Tuesday 15 November - 13:00 - 14:00, 14:00 - 15:00

           Wednesday 16 November - 13:00 - 14:00, 14:00 - 15:00

Description:

This workshop focusses on the language of sushi, helping you to order this iconic Japanese dish like a local. In addition, you will learn about and make your very own makizushi

This event is hosted in conjunction with the KCLSU Japanese Society and will be held in Room K-1.073, next to the Language Resources Centre.

Convenor: Junko Kasai and Harumi Currie in association with the KCLSU Japanese Society

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Go Global - Study and Work in Japan

Date: Tuesday 15 November - 15:00 - 17:00

Description: 

Representatives from JET, MEXT, the Anglo-Daiwa Foundation and the Japanese Embassy will be running a seminar and Q&A session presenting various opportunities for students to study and/or work in Japan. Different options are available for a range of abilities and experience, from fluent speakers to those who have never studied Japanese before.

For more information, please email us.

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One World - Italian Food and Language

Date: Wednesday 16 November - 12:00 - 14:00

Description:

Learn the basics of Italian cuisine and language with this introductory lunch-time session. Explore the wide world of Italian food culture as well as make (and eat!) your own authentic bruschetta.

Convenor: Barbara Rocci and Silvia Colaiacomo in association with the KCLSU Italian Society

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One World - French Portraiture and Language

Date: Friday 18 November - 12:00 - 13:30

Description:

This three part workshop will be conducted by Pascal Furminieux, French teacher, sculptor and painter. The workshop includes an introduction to French portraiture before participants make their own portraits based on these principles. This is followed by French language taster session, focussing on how to describe people and portraits.

Convenor: Pascal Furminieux

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Go Global - Introduction to Korean

Date: Monday 21 November - 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

Ever thought about learning Korean? Want a quick and easy way to get a feel for the culture and language and see if it's for you? Then this special introductory taster session is just for you! Come learn the basics that you need to get by in Korean and ask those questions you've always wanted to ask!

Convenor: Eugenie Kim

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Go Global - Introduction to Portuguese

Date: Wednesday 23 November - 12:00 - 13:00

Description:

Ever thought about learning Portuguese? Want a quick and easy way to get a feel for the culture and language and see if it's for you? Then this special introductory taster session is just for you! Come learn the basics that you need to get by in the Portuguese speaking world and ask those questions you've always wanted to ask!

Convenor: Isabel Simoes

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Go Global - Introduction to German

Date: Wednesday 23 November 12:00 - 13:00

Description:

Ever thought about learning German? Want a quick and easy way to get a feel for the culture and language and see if it's for you? Then this special introductory taster session is just for you! Come learn the basics that you need to get by in the German speaking world and ask those questions you've always wanted to ask!

Convenor: Angelique Arts

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Go Global - Introduction to Russian

Date: Thursday 24 November 12:00 - 13:00

Description: 

Ever thought about learning Russian? Want a quick and easy way to get a feel for the culture and language and see if it's for you? Then this special introductory taster session is just for you! Come learn the basics that you need to get by in Russian and ask those questions you've always wanted to ask!

Convenor: Marina Stepanova

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Go Global - Language Taster Pick 'n' Mix

Date: Friday 25 November - 12:00 - 14:00

Description:

Have you thought about learning a language but don't know quite know which one you want to do? Or maybe you just like learning as many languages as you can get your hands on? Either way, this is the perfect event for you.

Come and try out a range of different languages in these easy, approachable, bite-size mini-sessions in Japanese, Swedish, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Try them all or just a few!

Convenor: Language Resources Team

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November 2016
Using Languages in Your Career

Date: Tuesday 8 November

Time: 16:00 - 17:00

Description: 

In this session we will explore why and where your language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markets, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills in CVs and applications as an advanced user of a language.

Convenor: Jane Maddison

The Sound of Spanish

Date: Tuesday 8 November

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

 The workshop aims at providing a revision and consolidation of basic rules for Spanish pronunciation and phonology. The workshop is conducted in Spanish and involves practical activities and tasks to help you improve your pronunciation and fluency in the language. There is also plenty of time for revision and for Q&A.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

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The Sound of German

Date: Thursday 10 November

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

The workshop aims at providing a revision and consolidation of basic rules for German pronunciation and phonology. The workshop is conducted in German/English and involves practical activities and tasks to help you improve your pronunciation and fluency in the language. There is also plenty of time for revision and for Q&A.

The workshop is specifically designed for beginner students of German studying at Level 1

Convenor: Antonia Markou

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Grammar for Beginner Learners of Spanish

Date: Tuesday 15 November

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of Spanish grammar, focusing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items such as adjective and noun agreement, use of definite and indefinite articles, form and use of the present indicative, etc. The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

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German Grammar at Level 1 - Level 2

Date: Thursday 17 November

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

The workshop aims at reinforcing basic notions of German grammar, focusing mainly on sentence structure in written language. The session will provide plenty of opportunities for revision and consolidation of some grammatical items such as the accusative case, Perfekt tense and modal verbs, etc. The workshop is conducted in German/English and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

The workshop is designed around students at a Level 1, False Beginners, or Level 2 stage of German learning.

Convenor: Antonia Markou

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Parole d'onore - Words of Honour - an interactive performance by Marco Gambino

Date: Thursday 17 November

Time: 18:30 - 20:30

Description:

Words of Honour the Mafia Exposed is the theatre adaptation of the book Parole d’Onore by Attilio Bolzoni on the Mafioso thought and reasoning. It is a frightening glimpse of the Sicily who Bolzoni has discovered from his notes as reporter, across the territories of the mafiosi for thirty years. Words of Honour does not tell the history or tales about the mafia. Words of Honour is the representation of the soul of the Mafioso revealed through the language of the bosses, who tell us about their life and their Sicily, wives and sons, religion and God, sex and love, family, brothers and fathers, betrayed friendship, justice, power.

The play is conducted in English with some Italian. This event includes and introduction and Q&A with Marco Gambino.

Convenor: Silvia Colaiacomo

Please note: this event is held in Room S-3.20, Strand Building, Strand Campus

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The Day of the Dead and Calaveritas in Mexico

Date: Monday 21 November

Time: 16:00 - 18:00

Description:

The workshop aims to show and explain general aspects of the Mexican celebration known as “El Día de Muertos” (The Day of the Dead). We will watch some videos about this ancestral Mexican tradition and read some calaveritas (little satirical poems) before we begin to write our own (in Spanish or English). The calaveritas produced at this workshop will be read at The Day of the Dead offering at the LRC.

Convenor: Talia Morris and Javier Cuetara

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Interacting in Spanish - Level 3

Date: Tuesday 22 November

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

This workshop is aimed at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills and increase their vocabulary on a variety of topics.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Teresa Garcia

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Interacting in Spanish - Level 1 - Level 2

Date: Tuesday 29 November

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

This workshop is aimed at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills and increase their vocabulary on topics such as: daily routine, general descriptions, food, family, hobbies and free time, etc.

The workshop is conducted in Spanish and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Micaela Moreyra

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Chinese Calligraphy and Painting

Date: Wednesday 30 November

Time: 13:00 - 16:00

Description:

 Learn how to use brushes to do Chinese Calligraphy and Painting.

You will be able to write a few Chinese characters on traditional rice paper, and understand the aesthetic of Chinese characters. 

You will also have opportunities to try out traditional Chinese painting.

 No background knowledge is required and tools will be provided

Convenor: Xiaolan Bi

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An Introduction to the Urdu World

Date: Wednesday 30 November

Time: 16:00 – 17:30

Description:

Join special guest presenter Faiza Hasan in exploring the world of Urdu language, literature and culture. Even (or especially!) if you don’t know anything about Urdu, this engaging workshop will give you a fantastic first look into this amazing world. Learn proper Urdu etiquette and how to strike up a quick friendship and meet the stars of Urdu music, literature and screen!

Convenor: Faiza Hasan. For questions regarding this event, please email Tanya Linaker

MLC Winter Celebration 2016

Free Food and Drink Tasting!Learn about cultures and winter travel tips!
Taste our interactive language learning!

(Drop in for 15 minutes... or longer!)

Tuesday 6 December - 12:00 - 14:00 - Russian, Mandarin and Japanese

Wednesday 7 December - 12:00 - 14:00 - Italian, French and Spanish

Thursday 8 December - 12:00 - 14:00 - German, Dutch and Swedish

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For more information, email language.resources@kcl.ac.uk

December 2016

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Listening to French: basic phonetics

Date: Thursday 1 December 

Time: 16:30 - 17:30

Description:

This workshop will explore the basic principles of French phonetics. We will try to understand what makes French sonority so attractive for the ears and experience oral, nasal, and guttural French sounds, and their rhythmic combinations within words. Also we will focus on French pronunciation in contrast to English pronunciation. We will work on a list of words shared by both languages, in order to understand how words written similarly can sound so differently depending on whether they are said in French or in English. Thus, beyond a sensory experience, this workshop aims at showing learners that learning a new language entails acquiring new pronunciation and listening habits. This workshop will be especially useful for students from a non-European language background.

Convenor: Marion Dufour

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Interacting in German - Level 1-Level 2

Date: Thursday 1 December 

Time: 17:00 - 18:00

Description:

This workshop is aiming at enhancing students’ communicative skills and strategies in general conversation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their conversational skills with regard to the final oral exam  and increase their vocabulary on topics covered at Level 1 to 2 or at False Beginners.

The workshop is conducted in German and there will be extensive time for Q&A.

Convenor: Angelique Arts

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January 2017
Arabic Week 2017

Arabic Week Luncthime Sessions at the LRC: 23-26 January 2017

As part of the wider Arabic Week at King's, the MLC is hosting four free lunchtime sessions where you can drop in and delve into the fasctinating world of Arabic language and culture.

All workshops are held in the Language Resources Centre
(Room K-1.072), Strand Campus, 12:00 - 13:00 and are free of charge.

For further information, please email language.resources@kcl.ac.uk

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Monday 23 January - 12:00 - 13:00 - Introduction to Arabic
Be introduced to 1001 ways to say hello and explore the development of Arabic music over the last century.

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Tuesday 24 January - 12:00 - 13:00 - Arabic Calligraphy
Get to know the different styles of Arabic writing and enjoy a Moroccan Tea Tasting

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Wednesday 25 January - 12:00 - 13:00 - Crossing Borders
You might already know more Arabic thank you think! Find out about the influence of Arabic on other languages as well as the Dos and Don'ts of Arabic Culture.

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Thursday 26 January - 12:00 - 13:00 - 1001 Arabics
Learn how to tell the difference between regional dialects and Modern Standard Arabic and how this can be informed by cinema!

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For full details of all events taking place for Arabic Week at KCL please see the website here or see the event listing on Eventbrite here.

 

Brazil Week 2017

Brazil Week Luncthime Sessions at the LRC
30 January - 2 February 2017

As part of the wider Brazil Week at King's, the MLC is hosting four free lunchtime sessions where you can drop in and delve into the fasctinating world of Brazilian culture and language.

All workshops are held in the Language Resources Centre
(Room K-1.072), Strand Campus, 12:00 - 13:00 and are free of charge.

For further information, please email language.resources@kcl.ac.uk

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Monday 30 January - Travelling around Brazil through its indigenous languages: tourism, food and culture.
Brazil is a land in which more than 200 indigenous languages are spoken. In this session, we will unveil some of their influences in the country and learn some Portuguese sentences related to the delicious food and idyllic places.

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Tuesday 31 January – Sounding Brazilian: some hints on pronunciation 
Whether you're just starting out or have been studying Portuguese for a while, this session will offer you a great range of tips and tricks for sounding more like a local.

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Wednesday 1 February – Carmen Miranda: her music and life 
In this session, we will talk about the life and work of the singer and actress Carmen Miranda. We will discuss the social and economic situation in Portugal, which led to thousands of Portuguese people, including Miranda, migrating to Brazil. We will also learn some Portuguese sentences related to music, fruit and colour.

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Thursday 2 February – African contribution to Brazilian Portuguese 
In this session, we will consider the contribution African people have made to Portuguese language and culture.

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 For full details of all events taking place for Brazil Week at KCL please see the website here

 

February 2017
Using Language in your Career

Date: Tuesday 7 February

Time: 16:00 - 17:00

Description: 

In this session we will explore why and where your language skills would be an asset, techniques for exploring labour markets, what having language skills means to employers & how you can present your skills in CVs and applications as a language learner or user.

Convenor: Jane Maddison 

Please book your place for this event by email to language.resources@kcl.ac.uk

 

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