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English for Law

The English for Law course provides thorough preparation for the LL.B. degree program offered at the University of Cyprus. The main objective of the course is to build participants' knowledge of legal English, legal vocabulary, classroom discussion skills, and presentation capabilities.

--Kmariann 17:23, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

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Enough with inserting images, let's insert pdf now: I have inserted a pdf document on language and the law - Click here to download!! The pdf file is entitled “Law and Language: How Words Mislead Us” by Brian H. Bix

Let's insert an mp3 file now:

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Now let's insert a video: A presentation

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Web Resources


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More Testing ...

creating my own template:


Introduce the topic and the objectives of the WebQuest in general terms


What would you like the participants to do?


Provide step by step instructions on how to do the task and the other parts of the WebQuest.


Add useful links for students to follow.


Provide a rubric evaluation of the written and presentation of the finished artifact.


What conclusions did you (team) reach?


Give credit to the templates and other resources used.

Teacher Notes

You may add a lesson plan

Now let's test adding a category: