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\"Vocabulary Development\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Do you need to increase your vocabulary? Discover the most effective strategies for finding, studying, and learning new words! Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Dr. Bruce Cairns talks about the Physician Assistant Studies Program

Interview with Dr. Bruce Cairns. What does the UNC Physician Assistant program mean to you as a veteran? How will the PA program benefit North Carolinians? Why is the PA program’s collaboration with the military important? How does the PA program serve as a civilian counterpart to the veterans’ training? How will PA program graduates impact the economic growth of North Carolina in the future? Why do you think the PA program is in such...

Carolina Blue Fellowship Video: Jack Jameson

Video recap of Jack Jameson's Carolina Blue Fellowship experience.

\"El Sur\", Parodia a \"El Norte\" (IDST190-007 Proyecto)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jn-W9l7Jp9Y&feature=youtu.be This is our Video. It is a short movie about the parody of a movie called "El Norte". We chose to relate the movie to our lives at UNC. Instead of Arturo dying, we plan to first have Enrique actually save him and bring him back. Frat parties are usually violent because there are drugs involved, there are often many fights, and discrimination based upon race. Because Frat parties are full of violence, the...

\"Culture Shock\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Everyone who moves to a new culture experiences culture shock. This presentation describes the four stages of culture shock and gives practical suggestions for adapting to US university culture. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

\"Vocabulary Development Week Two\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Using flashcards. Development of a class vocabulary list. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

\"Corpus Tools (Part 2): Advanced Corpus Searching\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Explore other online corpora, build your own corpus, and learn to use a key word extractor to improve your vocabulary in your own academic field. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

\"Part 2: Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Part 2: Preparing a paraphrase. Techniques for paraphrasing and summarizing texts by reorganizing information, analyzing stance, and changing the level of detail. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

\"Academic Word List\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

An introduction to the Academic Word List: what it is, how to use, and tips for increasing your academic vocabulary. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

\"Making the Most of Your Learner's Dictionary\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Discover all the useful information you can find in a good learner's dictionary to improve your comprehension, writing, and grammar. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Robinson Honors Fellowship 2019: Laura Wilder

During the summer of 2019, I researched lace making in Burano, Italy, specifically the changes to the art form and trade between the 17th and 20th centuries and the effects of these changes on the artists and the industry itself.

Carolina Blue Honors Fellowship 2019-- Virginia Caudill

As a recipient of the Carolina Blue Honors Fellowship for 2019, Virginia Caudill traveled to Stellenbosch, South Africa, to work with Stillwater Sports as their marketing and events intern.

Implications of Text and Visuals in Late Medieval Paris: A Case Study of the Danse Macabre in the Cemetery of the Holy Innocents

Presentation on Danse Macabre research and my experiences in France and Germany as a 2019 Robinson Honors Fellow. A visual and textual analysis of the Danse Macabre as it once existed in the Cemetery of the Holy Innocents in Paris, France.

Otra Vez: Once again, from the Beginning

My 2019 Burch Fellowship took me to the heart of Portland, OR and Los Angeles, CA. Throughout the summer, I worked with The Immigrant Story, a nonprofit storytelling organization which specializes in narrating stories about immigrants. Immigration is a touchstone in politics right now. With such high tensions in the media, I was set on changing that negative narrative surrounding incoming immigrants. I spent the summer immersing myself into the lives of immigrant families. I...

\"Paraphrasing and Plagiarism\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

A discussion about using sources, the definition of plagiarism, how to paraphrase, and good paraphrasing tips. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Diarios De La Bicicleta

Diarios De La Bicicleta, Wendy’s Workers Scene: Our group set out to create a film that relates the themes of Che Guevara’s journey to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community. It is often our first instinct to assume problems that exist in Latin America are unique to the region or somehow detached from our realities. Yet, workers in our community are also exploited and marginalized. Last year, the UNC Student-Farmworker Alliance led a march from campus to...

Burch Experience 2019: The Power of Technology in Aiding Refugees

This project was conducted the summer of 2019 in Paris, France, by Elisa Kadackal. It follows her research regarding the ways technology can be paired with social good to aid refugee and migrant communities. Working with Shifra, a non-profit with ties to UNC's Gilling's School of Public Health, as well as the non-profit Techfugees, she explored the intersections of public health and technology to facilitate the creation of a web-app that might provide greater access...

\"Introduction to ESL Services\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Overview of the services available at the ESL Writing Center including mini-courses, workshops, writing groups, speaking groups, and "ESL on the Hill" blog, and tutoring. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

\"Part 1: Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Part 1: Using Sources. How, when, and where to use sources in academic writing; types of reference; understanding plagiarism. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Exploring the Historical Roots of Mental Institutions

Summer 2019, London and Paris Banu spent her summer visiting historical mental institutions in England and France to conduct a comparison of the physical space of the institutions. She analyzed the architectural design of those institutions in relation to the confinement of psychiatric patients and compare how the decisions made in designing the institutions reflect the historic cultural values surrounding the needs of psychiatric patients in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Carolina Blue Honors Fellowship

A video summary of my experience as a 2019 Carolina Blue Honors Fellowship. I traveled to Johannesburg, South Africa and worked for Levergy as an intern.

\"Corpus Tools (Part 1): Real-World English\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

A corpus is a large, computerized body of texts. This video teaches you how to use a free online corpus to learn how English is really used in academic English or other forms of the language. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Gender and Development in Yangon, Myanmar

This is a video depicting my Burch Fellowship project in Yangon, Myanmar in summer 2019. I spent three months working at the Asia Foundation, where I developed gender mainstreaming programs and conducted research on gender disparities in experience of international development.

\"Part 3: Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism\" Lecture: MP4 Version (Audio and Video)

Part 3: Writing a summary. An example of how to write a summary of an article, including advice on avoiding plagiarism and language techniques for effective paraphrases. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.

Diarios de la Bicicleta “Tarheel”

Diarios de la Bicicleta “Tarheel” tells the story of two UNC-Chapel Hill college students, Ernesta “Che” Guevara and Alberto Granado, who go on a long adventure to find some food after both dining halls “Chase” and “Lenior” are closed. They must ride their Bicicleta around the huge campus to find what they desire the most, some food from Wendy’s. They must encounter the struggles of the Bicicleta breaking down as well as it almost being...

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