- Next TNS seminar: ‘Linguistics, Ethnography and Identities’ 16/06/2017
- Modern Languages and Linguistics to host Year 8 Able Linguist Days 05/06/2017
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- Make the most of Early Bird registration for EUROCALL! 25/05/2017
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- Next CLLEAR seminar: “The relative effects of isolated and combined structured input and structured output on the acquisition of the English causative forms” – SEMINAR CANCELLED 11/05/2017
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Tag Archives: event
The Confucius Institute at the University of Southampton will be hosting an event to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2017 on Friday 10th February from 12:00-2:00 in the café area at Avenue Campus, Building 65. Chinese food will be available for participants. All welcome!
Intercultural Connections Southampton will be hosting two free events for staff (including PGR students) in September:
Seminar on working interculturally
A seminar on working interculturally will take place on Monday 19th September from 10:00-13:00 in Building 85, Room 2207. During this seminar, results of the Staff Survey will be presented, specifically in relation to the international and intercultural aspects of working at the University. The seminar aims to generate constructive ideas on how the experience of intercultural working can be improved. Spaces are limited for this event, so please register by Wednesday 14th September on Eventbrite.
International Staff Café
On Wednesday 21st September from 14:00-16:00, the first International Staff Café of the academic year will take place in the Nuffield Kitchen. The event will be opened by colleagues from the Intercultural Connections Southampton Project (ICS), in collaboration with Julie Reeves from the Institute for Learning Innovation and Development (ILIaD). There will also be informal talks from Keith Johnstone (the new Director of International Relations and Development) and Aline Giordano (Doctoral College Manager). The International Staff Café welcomes all staff, wherever you are from, however long you have been at the University and whatever your role is. Book your place via Eventbrite before 16th September.
The Department of Modern Languages at the University of Southampton will be hosting this year’s BALEAP Professional Issues Meeting on Saturday 11th June 2016 at Avenue Campus. The event is entitled: EMI in Higher Education: the challenges and the opportunities.
This year’s event promises to be a whirlwind tour of Japan, the Sudan, Hungary, France, Spain, Luxembourg, Dubai, Malaysia, Bulgaria and Turkey, not to mention Ireland and the UK. Discussions will address a broad range of issues around English Medium Instruction and its interface with EAP, including ethics, training, assessment, NES versus NNES teachers, and language versus content.
For further details about the event, including how to register, visit the Modern Languages website.
China Day, hosted jointly by the Faculty of Humanities, the Confucius Institute and the Chinese Students and Scholars Association, with support from SUSU, took place on 27th April 2016 in the SUSU Concourse, and was a great success! Activities included a traditional music performance, paper cutting, calligraphy, Kung-fu and a photo exhibition. Some of the highlights of the event can be seen on this short video.
The day was organised as part of the SUSU Culture Festival from 25th-19th April 2016, a celebration of the different nationalities and cultures we have at the University of Southampton. The week featured a huge variety of events organised by different student societies and supported by volunteers. For further details on SUSU Culture Festival, visit the SUSU website.
This Saturday, SLAPS (the Spanish, Latin American and Portuguese Society) and the Brazilian Society are holding a Carnival in Bar 2 of SUSU (Southampton University Students’ Union) this Saturday.
A display about the event can be seen along the north corridor of Avenue Campus, and more information about the event, including where to buy tickets, is available on the Facebook event page.
Students will participate in sessions on cultural topics, grammar and speaking in French, German or Spanish, and will have the chance to do an ab initio session in Chinese or Portuguese. Participants will also have the chance to ask our Modern Languages students about studying languages at university during a student panel session. Read more…
Students will participate in a mini-project in French, German or Spanish, and will have the opportunity to try a new language such as Portuguese or Chinese, plus hear a talk about languages about how they can be useful in the world of work.
For further information about these events, visit the Routes into Languages website.
Wishing all of our visitors this week an enjoyable visit to Avenue Campus!
Students of Modern Languages are invited to the Modern Languages Employability Gala, taking place this Thursday 30 April 2015 in Lecture Theatre B and the café on Avenue Campus.
This will be a lively and informative event with something for everyone! For more information and to book your free place, contact Charlotte Medland on C.J.Medland@soton.ac.uk or via Facebook or Twitter @HumsEmployable. Read more…
The next International Staff Café, for University staff who would like to meet and network with international colleagues, find out how things work in the UK, and/or discuss pedagogic and practical issues, will be taking place on Thursday 30 April from 4:00-5:30pm in the Nuffield Theatre Kitchen café. During this event, Professor Otto Muskens (Quantum Light and Matter Group, FPSE) will talk about his personal experience with the British Higher Education system and his personal journey from lecturer to Professor.
Tea, coffee and simnel/Easter cake will be provided! Partners and children are welcome. For further details about this event, including how to register your attendance, visit the University website.
Today is the last chance to book your place at the Language Testing Forum 2014, to be hosted by Modern Languages at the University of Southampton from 21-23 November. This year’s conference will focus on the theme of ‘Language Testing: Engaging multi-disciplinary perspectives’, and offers the opportunity for language testers and language educators to engage with new developments in the field.
To book your place, and to see the full programme, visit the event page on the Modern Languages website.