CTLA02H3: Exploring Inter-Cultural Perspectives in Academic Contexts
Students will develop language, communication and critical thinking skills through an exploration of culture and academic culture(s). Students will use various media in activities and assignments to connect their knowledge and experience with course learning, to foster dynamic academic integration for international students as they develop their English and multi-literacies.
No more than 10.0 credits completed. Students are required to take a diagnostic test of their academic English skills to be conducted by the English Language Development Support, Centre for Teaching and Learning in advance of the first day of class.
Arts, Literature and Language
The instructor has the authority to exclude students whose level of proficiency is unsuitable for the language learning and cultural exploration focus of the course, including those students who meet the prerequisites.
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