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EAL: English Language for Nature Conservation and Sustainability

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Course Features

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Duration

4 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Available on

Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

Mobile, Desktop

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Intermediate

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Effort

2 hours per week

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

Most major academic English exams, such as IELTS and TOEFL, include themes about conservation and sustainability. This course is four weeks long and will prepare you to read, listen, write, and speak about these topics.

The language and vocabulary you will learn are closely related to the important topics of sustainability and conservation biology. To expand your knowledge and to help you learn more about the English language, you will explore New Zealand's unique fauna and flora.

You'll be guided by Dr. Ray Genet from the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology. He is a specialist in teaching lessons about conserving biodiversity.

This course will improve your English language skills and help you to respond to different language formats. As you read academic and spoken texts, you'll improve your reading, vocabulary and pronunciation. New Zealand's isolation from the rest has allowed its wildlife to develop in unique ways. The increase in humans has led to an increase in pests.

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Skills You Will Gain

What You Will Learn

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Identify vocabulary and concepts in of nature conservation in written and spoken texts

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Analyse and discuss reasons to conserve nature

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Create and evaluate a PowerPoint presentation on a conservation project

Target Students

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This course is designed for students of academic English with a CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference level of mid-B2

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It will be particularly useful if you would like to study conservation and sustainable development in an Anglophone academic setting

Course Instructors

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Ray Genet

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Dr. Ray Genet (PhD in Edn, M.Sc in Env. Sci., GradDipTchLn, RSA CELTA) is a tutor, lecturer and curriculum developer. He has taught EAL in France & NZ and developed curriculum for UNESCO and the NMIT.

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