This course is about American university culture. You will learn about what the classroom and teachers are like and how to communicate with the teachers regarding your class and grades as well as classmate. This course will take two hours to complete. You will need a pen and paper to write down answers to questions during the lesson.
During this course I explain several topics. First, I provide information about culture. Second, I talk about the classroom style and etiquette. Third, conversation styles and finally, small talk.
The information provided in this course is important for the success of students that are coming from other countries to attend a university in the United States. It will help you understand how things work and prepare you for your future university experience.
Many foreign students don't know what to expect when they come to the United States to attend a university. Many people have a hard time adjusting to the culture. This course will provide you with a realistic understanding of what an American university classroom is like. You will learn what you should and should not do, classroom etiquette, and polite and acceptable communication with teachers and other students.
In this lecture you will understand what culture is, acceptable gestures and body language, and greetings.
This lecture goes over what the classroom is like and the responsibilities of the students.
This lecture talks about appropriate behavior in the classroom.
This lecture explains how teachers give feedback to students.
In this lecture you will learn about three different types of conversation styles. It also talks about American conversation style and the expectations of the listener.
This lecture goes over two different typs of personalities and topics that you should not talk about.
You will learn topics that you can talk about and cultural differences to consider.
You will learn the three simple steps of having small talk and how to be confident while have a conversation.
I will review the main points of this course.
Kellie is an energetic and direct instructor. Her lessons are designed to be relatable and engaging to the learner. She tries to make the subject as easy as possible for the learner to understand and ensure that the information is practical and can be used in real life.
Kellie has a bachelors degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Education. She has a diverse knowledge of various topics including Human Resources, English as a Second Language, Real Estate, and etc.
Her experience includes working for major companies such as Phizer and Monsanto within Human Resources.In addition, she owns her own business in Real Estate, taught at Arizona State University, and conducts educational workshops.
You will enjoy her lessons and gain useful information. Enjoy!