English, Grade 12. The core English course will focus on the refinement of literacy, communication and analytical skills. Students will build on their understanding of academic language and practice using it coherently and confidently in discussion and ar
- Ambleside, United Kingdom; London, United Kingdom; Paris, France; Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
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- Program Description:
- Why Study English On Location?
English has forever been a fluid yet hybrid language, and the colliding and coalescing of both French and English languages and cultures not only provided new words, but new ideas and ways of perceiving the world. Imagine exploring the playgrounds of literary giants beginning in Paris and moving north all the way to Edinburgh. The rich cultures of Paris and London are the ideal cities in which to consider the influence of art and literature on Western culture. Dynamic learning experiences, such as attending a Shakespearean play at the Globe Theatre, will bring the coursework alive. Moving up through the Lake District and into Scotland we will also have the opportunity to venture into one of Europe's most attractive and lively cities - Edinburgh. Examining contemporary Scottish writers will give students the opportunity to study the transformation of provincial England into the diverse chorus of voices that are its modern reality.
English, Grade 12. The core English course will focus on the refinement of literacy, communication and analytical skills. Students will build on their understanding of academic language and practice using it coherently and confidently in discussion and argument in both oral and written forms. Literary forms examined will include plays, poems, short stories, essays and the novel, while themes studied will coordinate with the locations in which we reside. Studies in Literature, Grade 12. This course is intended for students who are passionate about literature and literary criticism. Students will analyse a range of literary forms, including drama, the novel, and poetry and will respond personally, critically and creatively to each. Writer's Craft, Grade 12. This course is designed for students who have attained a high level of proficiency in their writing skills and wish to further cultivate their creative talents while living in the land of literary legends. Courses offered for grade 11 students English, Grade 11. The core English course will give students the opportunity to hone their writing, presentation, oral, analytical and critical thinking skills in an exciting and motivating venue. Partaking in assignments and activities that incorporate both oral and written communication, students will examine plays, poetry, short stories and the novel to make meaningful connections between themselves, the material studied, and the world around them.
- Setting Description:
- Online: Begins Day 1-4 Student preparation and a strong knowledge-base are vital for an enriched educational experience. To ensure students get the most from their on-site learning, each MEI program begins with a preparatory online component. For 5 days students will get started on course material in the comfort of their own home. Through this process of readings, short assignments, and online chats, students will get a better understanding of the course material and make connections with classmates. This allows students to hit the ground running as soon as they arrive overseas and dive straight into the adventure that awaits them. Departure from Toronto -Day 5 Our North American departure hub is Toronto's Pearson International Airport. Five hours prior to our departure, a short meeting will be held at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, Terminal 3, to distribute course packs and maps and to clarify travel procedures. All students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to the
- Tuition: $6,995 CDN funds Tuition Includes: Transportation Return airfare from Toronto's Pearson International Airport Transportation between hotel locations via private coach Transportation for all listed program excursions Transfers to all accommodations Trip Related Hotels and accommodations Breakfast and dinner daily Entrance fees to all course-specific sites Course Components Ministry-approved credit(s) upon successful completion of the course(s) Custom course pack Student Login MEI journal
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