Research Seminars University of Bordeaux
> Learning objectives and outcomes of the course: - To practice Scientific English in Biological anthropology andPrehistory. - To follow scientific news in the field. - To be able to produce, diffuse and present knowledge. - To be able to present result through oral presentation.
- Master 1 in Biological Anthropology or Prehistory. - Good level in English to allow students to understand scientificEnglish.
> Assessment exam takes place at the end of the semester.> 2 specific methods of assessment: - Oral presentation (15 min ), - Written exam (1 hour and a half.).> The percentage weight of overall mark: - 0.8% for oral presentation. - 0.2% for written exam.
Details of content are outlined (e.g. titles of sessions or attachmentof module schedule) is available on web site: De la Préhistoire àl’Actuel : Culture, Environnement et Anthropologie[http://www.pacea.u-bordeaux1.fr/Programme-du-Master-Biogeosciences.html]
> Seminars and bibliographic project: in most of the cases, seminars are proposed in English. All remaining teaching are in French. > 150 hours: - 51 contact hours (10 lectures, 3 meetings, 1 exam). - 125 self-study hours: (80 private reading 45 exam preparation).
Online Course Requirement
- Maximum number of students: 47. - Selection procedure is stated: for Biogeosciences M2 students. - Summary of student evaluations: written and anonymous commentscollected at the end of the semester.Language of instruction: French and EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching: in-class
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