2 edition of A Surveyof English language teaching and learning in Denmark. found in the catalog.
A Surveyof English language teaching and learning in Denmark.
Prepared by, English Language Management Department, British Council.
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The introduction of laptops in the teaching of mathematics and science in English under the Teaching and Learning of Science and Mathematics in English Programme (Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran Sains Kay Xander Mellish has lived in Denmark for more than a decade. She runs a consultancy that helps Danish companies communicate in English and is a popular keynote speaker on topics that include Danish business culture, how newcomers can fit into Danish society, and the “Danglish” that Danes often struggle with when speaking or writing
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