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Talk About English (BBC) Academic Listening 11

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It’s time for Academic Listening - a series for students at English-speaking universities. Join Susan Fearn and members of the World Service class of 2001 who are focussing on seminars and tutorials, the most enjoyable and stimulating element in many students' degree course.

Susan: Although students may be invited to ask questions at the end of a lecture, seminars provide a much better opportunity for academic debate. Christine
Reeves teaches English for Academic purposes at Bell Norwich in the east of England and organises practice seminars to help her students prepare for
university life.

CLIP: Christine Reeves
Many students aren't quite sure of the difference between a lecture and a seminar. If they go to a lecture, basically it's a talk by a speaker for a period of usually about an hour when the students just listen and possibly they might have time to ask questions at the end. A seminar is much more participative - the context is an academic context but the main aim is to discuss and to discuss a particular subject which may be led by a professor or a lecturer, but their main role is to be a chairman. It is in fact a student who gives a presentation at a seminar, and the other students who then discuss the topic of the seminar between each other.

Susan: At most universities seminars are held regularly throughout the term and are attended by 10 to 20 students. A tutor or lecturer will usually lead the seminar and students will be expected to have read around the subject in advance. You may be asked to present a subject you have researched to the class. If so you'll need to think carefully about how to present your ideas. Earlier in the series we thought about the structure and language of academic talks. We suggested that good lecturers organise their subject matter carefully with a beginning, a middle and an end, using marker phrases to signpost key points and changes of topic. Your seminar presentation should follow the same rules ! Christine Reeves again.

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