What are the language classes?
Members of World@Warwick can volunteer to teach small classes in a language they speak. The groups are informal and the group leader decides how they want to run the group. Some may be more focused on speaking and others more on grammar for example. As long as you're a member of the society, attending and learning is completely free. Just look at the timetable and turn up. Sessions usually last for one hour, once a week.
What languages can I learn or practice with W@W?
Here is an example of some classes from 2013/14: French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, English, Polish, Dutch and Turkish!
If you want to run a group for a language or a level we don’t have yet let us know.
What level are the groups?
We aim to run groups at 3 levels: Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced and Just for Fun. If you wish to attend a class and are unsure of your level just show up and your group leader will be able to help you figure out if you’re in the right group.
When are the group meetings and where are they?
Check out our timetable here: http://www.warwicksu.com/worldatwarwick/language/languageclasstimetable
We also send out a timetable with each newsletter which you should automatically receive once you have become a member.
How do I join a group?
Decide which one(s) you want to go to and just show up! For any problems or queries, get in touch via our email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) stating “Groups” as the subject or contact our Language Groups Coordinator.
How do I become a group leader?
Get in touch with the Language Class Co-ordinator. If you email please state: “Group Leader” as the subject and make sure to include your name, the language, and level of the group you want to run in the email.