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Online course: English By Nature: From the Land, Tasmania's Farms and Produce

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Develop your English language skills while learning about the unique agricultural produce of Tasmania. You will explore various themes and learn of local and seasonal produce as well as innovations in the island’s food economy and more.

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Delivery online (Zoom)
Duration 20 hours*
English Level Requirement: IELTS 5 (Speaking and Listening) or equivalent
$330.00AUD per Registration (Inclusive $60 administration fee)
Maxium number of participants:12

*Over 2 weeks Monday – Friday Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) currently set at 12:30pm

HOW YOU WILL LEARN

Synchronous learning
A range of texts adapted media and materials (newspaper, web) quizzes and group activities. You will be guided by our teachers to the conclusion of the course. This course requires active participation.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Develop confidence using new vocabulary and grammar structures
  • How to effectively participate in discussions on a particular topic focus
  • How to apply good speaking skills to deliver an effective presentation
  • How to produce a successful written article

END OF COURSE

Complete all sections of the course to receive a Certificate of Achievement.

ASSESSMENT

You will need to complete short homework tasks and make a final presentation.

TIMETABLE

UNIT 1
Tasmania’s Unique Brand

4hrs

UNIT 2
Meet the producers on the farm

4hrs

UNIT 3
GMO and Organic

4hrs

UNIT 4
In the Orchard

4hrs

UNIT 5
Presentations practice and delivery

4hrs



ENQUIRE

Email: Study.Tour@utas.edu.au

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

These Terms and Conditions, which may be modified from time to time, apply to the registration and participation in an English Language Study Tours Online Short Course offered by the University of Tasmania (UTAS). By completing a registration application, the student-applicant acknowledges that they have read, understood, and agree to the Terms and Conditions, which are set out below.