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Dutch Self-Study Packs
In recent years, the Dutch Department has
created a series of multimedia study packs catering
for different levels of linguistic competence and covering several
subject areas (language, literature, history and society) as part of Virtual Dutch. These study packs aim to introduce
you to various writers, and to a fragments of their prose and poetry
writing. They will also help you improve your reading skills in Dutch.
You can listen to the text, study its vocabulary, sentence structures
and cultural background. There is background information about the
authors and their work. Once you feel you can read and understand the
texts, you can move on to analysis of some of their literary aspects.
When you have finished the study packs you should have a sense of the
kind of writers they were and feel ready to read more of their work.
Virtual Dutch is a collaborative teaching project
between UCL and the University of Cambridge, the University of Sheffield
and the University of Nottingham. This initiative provides an exciting
opportunity for students to participate in joint projects with students
from our partner institutions using Virtual Learning Environments and videoconferencing.
Virtual Learning Environment
to Moodle, UCL's
Virtual Leaning Environment, to access Dutch course material (UCL password necessary).
Page last modified on 01 jul 10 09:03 by Ulrich Tiedau