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Glasgow University - International Student - Your Land
The University of Glasgow receives over 700 US college graduates every year. The US graduates continue to use their Glasgow training and stay abroad to successfully shape their career. University of Glasgow provides a rich and varied setting for Americans who are willing to research a different civilization and develop the skills and connections for a prosperous career.
Aberdeen, Glasgow and Stirling Universities are inviting high schools consultants to join us on the Scotland Counsellor Tour 2019. In order to express your interest, please fill out the on-line registration request by 15 October 2018.
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PA PREPARATION: Prepare pupils for the subject by asking them to describe their experience "cross-culturally", i.e. to adapt to a new way of living or a new group. When you teach in the United States or Canada, ask your student about some habits they have noted that differ from their own.
When you are not in the United States or Canada, ask your pupils to annotate any difference between US or Canada practices and their own that they know, on the basis of their own experiences or what they have seen on film or television. Declare that pupils will visit a website for internationals who study in the United States.
Produce the pupil's manual and hand it out to the pupils before they go to the laboratory to access the website (alone or with you). Please click here for the pupil handbook. Declare that the website you are visiting was designed by overseas Kansas State University (K-State) alumni advisors for Kansas State University ( "K-State") in Manhattan, Kansas.
Designed to help learners adapt to the Kansas campus environment. Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5: Tell participants to memorise their group number. Explain to your pupils that after visiting the website, each group will read different information and share it with the other groups in school.
Review the assignments with your pupils and make sure they know what to do when they visit the site. Indicate that if possible, pupils should (not) take into account in their notices. Where possible, pair pupils together in groups, with one pupil doing the research and the other taking memos.
Assemble the pupils in small groups so that each group has at least one pupil from Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4 and Group 5, and if the pupils have worked in twos on the website, join couples from similar groups to exchange experiences before working in the group. Let the pupils tell each other what they have discover.
Please ask the student if they have had similar experience as those listed on the website. Let them describe these experience.