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TUSDU HAS FINISHED A1 PILOTING

In March our students as well as people from hospitality industry took part in piloting the final part of international K2 „Unity in Diversity” project. On online language platform http://esolams.eu/unity they tried out modules of the A1 course: Welcome, Hotel, Restaurant and Professional Skills. The participants tested their basic language skills (reading, listening, speaking and writing) in English,French, German and Spanish.

Students were very excited to be presented and after having got acquainted with the learning platform. Detailed results of the feedback forms will be analysed in the course piloting report at the end of the semester.As a bonus all modules contain a gaming section in which topic-related vocabulary is tested in an entertaining way.

Hilarija Lozančić Benić

Croatian team member

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Logos Educational Seminar in Bishkek

On 2018 03 29-30 Vilnius Business College was a participant in Logos Educational Agency Seminar in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. As it is a new market for Vilnius Business College, the participation in this event was of utmost importance in attracting International students from this country. There were pupils, parents, study agents. VBC introduced Study in Lithuania and VBC study programmes, International activities and projects, delivered Unity in Diversity booklets to students and agents who were interested in hospitality and tourism studies.

Deimantė Vilčinskaitė

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Piloting at Turiba University Piloting 29.03.2018

On 29 March, 2018 French and German language lecturer Liga Klavina had a workshop with the second year Tourism and Hospitality Management programme students studying French. This is their second study year of French studies, and their language competence level is A1/A2.

The group consisted of five students. However, it has to be said that the students wanted to try also the modules in other languages since some of them had some preliminary language skills in Spanish, Latvian, Russian, Italian and German as well. Some have also piloted A1 English course, although their language level was B2. The students explained it that they were specifically interested in videos as they could see their language teachers in the videos, too. And this was a fun for them.

Detailed results of the feedback forms will be analysed in the course piloting report at the end of the semester.

Ineta Luka

Latvian project manager

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.