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UOC.IM1.CA1 Gap Year Travel

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Transcript of UOC.IM1.CA1 Gap Year Travel

CA1 - Gap Year Travel
2. Optional Langblog Activity
(8 - 17 March)
Complete the
speaking activity in Langblog to get extra practice and to prepare yourself for the assessed activity.

This activity is
and will not be graded, but is an excellent opportunity for you to improve your English.
3. Writing Activity in the Forum
(8 - 11 March)
Follow the instructions
in CA1_GapYearTravel_IM1_20132 to complete the written activity in your classroom's Forum.

5. Comments in Langblog
(15 - 17 March)
Comment on your colleagues' Langblog contributions. This is obligatory, and is a great opportunity to practice.
6. Reading Exercise and Joining a Group
(18 - 24 March)
You must do Reading Exercise 1, even though it won't count towards your CA1 grade, to help you prepare for the Reading Exercise which will count towards you grade.

You must join a group in the

before the beginning of CA2
. You will work extensively in this group in CA2, CA3 and CA4.
1. Study the materials
(4 - 7 March)
Do the
exercises at your own pace.

Take note of
key vocabulary and grammar
so that you can use it in your written and oral contributions.

It is
not necessary
to send your answers to your teacher.
4. Written Comments and Oral Contribution
(12 - 15 March)
Following the instructions,
on your colleagues' written contributions.

You must also make an
oral contribution
in Langblog.
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