Teaching strategies.

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"I do some lectures on composite materials, and there was a lot of terminology in there and some of it's quite colloquial"

Mike Clifford
Faculty of Engineering
Idiomatic language in teaching.

Short paper

Culture shock, learning shock, and re-entry shock outlines the thinking of several anthropologists, business consultants and educators all concerned with the effects of individuals interacting with others in learning contexts, within cultures perceived to be foreign, over a sustained period of time. Culture shock concerns not only "off shore", but also "on shore" international students and staff. The literature discerns several stages of culture shock, and its converse, reverse or re-entry culture shock. The paper considers how acculturation is likely to proceed, depending on the extent to which links with the originating culture are maintained, and how important links with new groups are perceived to be. The role of "identity" in the acculturation process is also considered.
(Culture shock, learning shock, and re-entry shock)

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Teaching strategies themes
Reading

"We discover, as a group, what the function of each section of the article is, so the abstract, methods results…"

Writing

"Learning how to write is not something you can just get in a one hour session, it involves a huge amount of practice."

Discussing

"I'm particularly mindful of the difficulty of getting everybody to participate in a way they're comfortable with…"

Nicola Pitchford
School of Psychology
Reading academic papers: participation in tutorials

Rebecca Moor
School of Law
Learning academic writing and skills of argument

David Clarke
School of Psychology
Valuing the student voice: the tutorless tutorial

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