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England and Wales urge Scotland - Don't leave us - Reuters UK

England and Wales urge Scotland - Don't leave us - Reuters UK | English | Scoop.it
The Guardian England and Wales urge Scotland - Don't leave us Reuters UK As debate over Scotland's independence referendum heats up, an opinion poll showed a rising number of English and Welsh want Scotland to stay in the 307-year group forged by...
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10 facts about Scotland's oil and independence

10 facts about Scotland's oil and independence | English | Scoop.it
Amongst all the political spin and manoeuvring, sometimes ordinary business people struggle to establish the facts about an independent Scotland.
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Skiing in Scotland: could you swap the Alps for the Cairngorms ...

Skiing in Scotland: could you swap the Alps for the Cairngorms ... | English | Scoop.it
In recent years, Scotland's most popular ski resort has seen great snow conditions, better pistes and a new snowpark, but is the Cairngorm Mountain Resort a genuine alternative to the Alps? Sam Haddad finds out on a ...
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Evaluating the outcomes of online intercultural exchange [O'Dowd, 2007]

Evaluating the outcomes of online intercultural exchange [O'Dowd, 2007] | English | Scoop.it

"Reports the findings of three qualitative studies which were carried out in university level EFL classes in Germany. The three groups used various combinations of communication technologies such as email, web-based message boards, and video conferencing in order to engage in online exchanges with different partner classes in Ireland and the USA. The research was aimed at establishing, firstly, how such virtual intercultural contact can contribute to the development of intercultural communicative competence, and secondly, what skills and knowledge both students and teachers need in order to engage successfully in this complex online learning activity. The research revealed that the success of such exchanges often depends on their appropriate integration into the language classroom and that it is necessary to reassess the role of the teacher in telecollaborative exchanges."  [Abstract]


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