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X is for Languages: the XML project.

I gave this presentation to an MA class at the University of Southampton. It details the early findings of the XML project (HEA funded) which looked at digital literacy in modern languages.

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Portuguese Nouns and Their Genders Checklist.

A noun is a part of speech that describes a thing, person, place, event, concept or other substance or entity. Nouns in Portuguese are either masculine or feminine; the neuter, or genderless noun, has died out. In a great number of cases, it is usually possible to tell the gender of the noun from its ending. This document indicates whether a noun, or subset of nouns, are masculine or feminine, together with other groups of nouns which take an invariable masculine or feminine form, but may refer to persons or other entities of either gender.

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Portuguese Nouns and Their Plurals Checklist.

Nouns in Portuguese take different forms in the singular (one) and the plural (more than one). In the majority of cases the formation of the plural is based on the singular form, with a change in ending. In the great majority of cases these changes are based on certain rules, which are summarised in this document for easy reference.

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Essay Writing process.

The process of writing an essay

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Making Your Voice Clear In Academic Writing.

Lecturers often tell students that they do not want to know their opinion. But when the student hands a piece of work in, the lecturers say things such as: you haven’t answered the question, you’ve only summarised facts, what are you trying to say? etc. We need to make a distinction between a student’s uniformed, unsubstantiated opinion and the conclusions that they themselves have come to from their reading and research, what we can call their voice. This must be made clear in their writing.

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Rhetorical Functions in Academic Writing: Defining.

Rhetorical functions in academic writing: Defining

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Understanding Essay Questions.

Understanding Essay Questions

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Comparatives and superlatives in Spanish.

How to make comparisons in Spanish

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Possessive adjectives and pronouns in Spanish.

Practical exercises to revise possessive adjectives and pronuns.

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Spanish perfect tenses.

Revision and speaking practice of Perfect Tenses

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Punctuation.

A brief overview of punctuation

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TEAP Observation Sheet.

An example of a classroom observation form focusing on observable TEAP competencies.

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