JSUT Held Six Lectures by Foreign Teachers


  Recently, JSUT has successfully held six Lectures by Foreign Teachers. The lectures were given by German, English and Japanese teachers. The lectures introduced the cultures of various countries and some professional knowledge. It attracted many teachers and students to participate.

  German teachers Christian Joachim Schmitt, Christoph Schlüter, Melanie Jasmin Bobik, English  teachers Naresna Shah, Michael Roger Arnold and Japanese teacher Ko Mari gave lectures entitled German Learning Strategies, German Elections, Sino-German Cooperative Education Program, British Culture, American Culture, and Japanese Festival Culture. The lectures introduced German, British, American and Japanese cultures and language learning methods and strategies.

  The series of lectures received enthusiastic responses, and the teachers and students who participated interacted with foreign teachers and expressed that they have gained a lot and broadened their horizons. The purpose of this series of lectures is to help more teachers and students to broaden international vision, experience multiculturalism, and create an international atmosphere on campus, so that they can better understand and experience the cultures of various countries and improve the awareness of internationalization. This series of lectures has achieved the expected results, and has been recognized and praised by the participants.