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Series EN

Si sou amants de les sèries de televisió i les xarxes socials, descobriu l’activitat #SeriesEn, un espai per practicar l’anglès en comunitat des d’on vulgueu i quan vulgueu!
Es tracta d’un espai obert on compartirem continguts relacionats amb sèries de televisió amb l’objectiu de practicar l’anglès en grup. És un espai informal i gestionat a la vegada per aprenents d’anglès (AP) i per professionals (PRF) que ofereixen materials, consells i activitats per a la millora de l’anglès.
El Twitter de l’activitat és @SeriesUAB i l’etiqueta principal #SeriesEn.
Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Modern Family, Sherlock Holmes, How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, The Walking Dead, Outlander... Quina és la teva sèrie? Ens trobem a Twitter!

Aquí us donem alguns consells per millorar el vostre aprenentatge: Here are some tips to enhance your learning.
  • We recommend you to watch the series with subtitles in English if your level of English is B1 and without subtitles if it is B2 or higher.
  • With the subtitles on, the tendency is to read, and stop listening. Or your attention to the speaking goes down, and your attention to the subtitles goes up. That won’t help listening practise very much.
b)If you’re watching the series on a computer or other device, place a target-language dictionary on the navigation bar.

c)Keep a notebook or a stack of blank flashcards with you. Write down words, phrases and expressions you would like to learn.  Keep the notebook or cards with you wherever you go.
d)Look up the words or expressions you want to learn and find out how to use them.
e)TV series can provide you with a great amount of language input, the language of daily conversational exchange. So use the words and expressions you write down! Don’t let them die alone on a piece of paper or a card. Make sentences or, even better, use them in conversation. This is the best way to improve your vocabulary and your speaking.
f)Keep a positive attitude: be ready to have fun while learning English!
g)Stop using the adjective “difficult” and use “challenging” instead.  Ready for this challenge?



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