Reading comprehension von Tim Aghotor

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Reading comprehension“ von Tim Aghotor ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Legal English (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Ways to Active Reading
  • The Usage of Keywords
  • The Relation between Topic, Scope and Purpose
  • The Main Idea of a Text
  • Creating a Road Map of a Text
  • Summary

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. It can be used for all types of reading.
  2. It is the ability to step back from a piece of prose and carefully evaluate it.
  3. You have to read the prose actively .
  4. "Getting through a passage" may help you to understand the text at least.
  1. Paraphrase the key ideas.
  2. Connect abstract ideas to your own, you should be able to step back from a piece of prose and evaluate it.
  3. You have to attack and not simply read.
  4. You simply read the text from beginning to end.
  1. It is the broad area which the author wants to speak about.
  2. It is the limited area which the author wants to speak about.
  3. Topic is a title.
  4. None of these answers is true.
  1. It is the limited area that the author is interested in.
  2. It is the broad area that the author is interested in.
  3. It is the depth of the text.
  4. It is the meaning of the text.
  5. It is the title of the text.
  1. The topic.
  2. The scope.
  3. The purpose.
  4. The main idea.
  5. The words.
  1. It is the ability to understand any piece of text in which the author puts forward a point of view and attempts to support that opinion.
  2. It is the bickering of two aggressive people e.g. a couple.
  3. It is a structural word.
  4. It is a signal word.

Dozent des Vortrages Reading comprehension

 Tim  Aghotor

Tim Aghotor

Der in Nigeria geborene Jurist studierte zunächst Political Science an der University Benin. Anschließend machte er seinen Master in Comparative Law in Mannheim und Adelaide, um in Birmingham noch den Bachelor of Law zu erreichen.

Er war Anwalt für Firmenrecht und wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in Birmingham und Benin. An den Universitäten Mannheim und Heidelberg hatte er zuletzt eine Dozententätigkeit inne.

Seit 2004 hält er Kurse zum Thema Business English.


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