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foreign student and school secretary. Write the long form in the blank.
- Could you help me?
- I used to be one of the students here.
- I want to get application to that awful test.
- You mean the one of November.
- Let's see. The application is used to be on this shelf.
- They books like the old gone you probably have to wait until the next week.
- How about the surname one when they come in.
- Sure. What's you name and address.
Part 2. Lecture. Page 6.
Context: Gloria goes too orientations meaning for foreign students. At the lecture the speaker spovides information about typical college and university courses in USA and Kanada.
Pre-reading questions:
What you already know about college course in this country. Think on topics such as exams, class size, student-teacher relationships, grades, etc.
Vocabulary. The following terms appear in the lecture. You may learn their meaning before you listen to, or you may use the context of the lecture. After the lecture you definitions of some terms. First repeat the words after the speaker: skadual, Undergraduate, lecture, discussional section, teaching, assistant, experiment, technagarin, midterm exam, final exam, quess, objective question, essay question, research paper.
A. Listen to the lecture. Take short notes on the most important points.
Since many of you are planning to study at the college or university in this country. You maybe querase to know what a typical college course is like. What can you expect to do when a typical week is, how many exams will you have, will you have to do a lot of writing, what should you do when you have any problems. These are the questions I want to discuss with you today First let's talk about what your weekly skadual will look like. If you are an undergraduate in any field or madder you can expect to spend between four and six hours a week for each class attending lectures, no matter what your madder will be. Lectures are usually in very large rooms, because undergraduate courses such as introduction to psychology or economics often have two or three hundred students, especially in large universities. In lectures it's very important for you to take notes on what the professor says, because the information in a lecture is often different from the information in your textbooks. Also you can expect to have exam, questions based on the lectures. So it isn't enough just read your textbook. You have to attend lectures as well. In a typical week you will also for every class you take. The discussion section - is mall proupe meeting, usually within thirty students, where you can ask questions about the lecture, the reading and the homework. In large universities graduate usually you cand-act discussion section. If your madder is chemistry or physics or another science, you also have to spend several hours a week in a lab or laboratory doing experiments. This means that science madder spend more time in a classroom than nonscience madders do. On the other hand, people, who made subject like literature or anthropology usually have to read and to write more than science madders do. Now I'd like to go on and say a few words about examinations. Most universities courses have at least two exams: one in the middle of the quarter called a midterm, and one at the end, called the final exam. Most courses also have vocasional quises wich are smaller test given every week or two. There are two basic type of the exam questions. There are objective questions such as motofol choise, true or false, maching or filling in the blank, and essay questions, when you must write an essay or composition in respond to a question. Most exams, are combination of essay and objective questions. In so me courses, especially in nonscience one, you might also have to write a research paper. A research paper is a writing project in wich you shoos the topic related to the course, go to the library read, several articles and then write a paper about what you have read. You can see that the ability to write is extremely important in American universities. The final point that I want to cover today is what you should do when you need help, in a particular class. If you are having a problem you should make an appointment to see your instructor immediately, don't be shy. Instructors see the students in their offises during office hours. Instructor will almost always announce their office hours at the first clees meeting. You can also make a special appointment to see your instructor if you can't go to his or her regular offise hourse. I might add that it's a good idea to make an appointment to see your instructor even if you don't have a particular problem. That way you would be easier if you will nesed special help later on.
So far I talked about college courses structure, about exams, about research papers and about getting help if you need it. Let's stop here and see if there any questions.
B. Listen again. Add more information to your notes. Then use your notes to dill in your blank.
Part 3. Making influences. Page 9.
The following short conversations take place on the college campas. After each conversation you will have a question sircle the correct answer and listen to the conversation again.
This time you will here the correct answer.
- Oh, I'm nervous. This turn papers is doing two days. All the books I need are in checkout.
- I know what you mean. There are a million books in this place and I can never find what I need.
1. Where are the speakers?
- Oh, I'm nervous. This turn papers is doing two days. All the books I need are in checkout.
- I know what you mean. There are a million books in this place and I can never find what I need.
1. Where are the speakers?
- Maybe I'll try the other library.
- Can I see you sometime this week?
- Sure. What about?
- I don't understand this week's chemistry experiment.
- Did you come to the lab yesterday?
- Yes, but I was late and I've missed a past of your explanation.
2. Who is the student probably talking to?
- Can I see you sometime this week?
- Sure. What about?
- I don't understand this week's chemistry experiment.
- Did you come to the lab yesterday?
Yes, but I was late and I've missed a part of your explanation.
2. Who is the student probably talking to?
- Ok, come to the teaching office tomorrow around one o'clock.
- What is the reglaiments forthe course?
- There will be weekly quises and the final exam. You have to go to language lab two hours a week and of course your attendance and class participation are very important.
3. What kind of class is this probably?
- What is the reglaiments for the course?
- There will be weekly quises and the final exam. You have to go to language lab two hours a week and of course your attendance and class participation are very important.
3. What kind of class is this probably?
- Oh, and in the end of quarter each personal give an oral raport in German.
- Hello!
- Hi, Katy! This is Ron from your history class.
- Oh, hi!
- Listen, I was wondering. Am …
Were you planning to go to Alis party in Saturday?
- Am… I haven't really
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