Some of this semester’s tutorials (more to come)

As with every semester, a range of tutorials and extra sessions are offered again this summer term. Tutorials are group sessions that revise material discussed in a particular lecture. They usually consist of a smaller group of people and allow for more questions. You can contact the tutors at any time during the semester. No registration required! Times and dates vary each semester, your tutors will give you more information.

Tutorials are offered for:

BA: STEOP: Language Analysis, STEOP: Introduction to the Study of Language 1, STEOP: Introduction to the Study of Literature, STEOP: Introduction to Anglophone Cultures and Societies, History of English, Introduction to Cultural Theories, Literature Survey 2

BEd: Introduction to English Linguistics, Introduction to the Study of Literature and Culture, Grammar in Use (GiU), Introduction to Information and Research Literacy (IRL), Cultural Theories and Popular Culture

You can find the starting times for this summer semester’s tutorials in the course directory under the respective lecture. Note that there are different tutorials for our BA and BEd programmes.

So far, there are two extra sessions for British English PPOCS starting March 17th. They will be held at the student lounge on the first floor.

British English PPOCS Extra Sessions

  • Date and Time: Friday 10 am – 11 am
  • Tutor: Daniel Leisser
  • Contact: a1100934@unet.univie.ac.at

British English PPOCS Extra Sessions

  • Date and Time: Thursday, 12 noon – 1 pm
  • Tutor: Luke Green
  • Contact: luke.green@univie.ac.at

More tutorials and study groups will be announced shortly, please check our tutorials page throughout the next week!

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