The learning of ‘other’ languages will lead to a more in-depth understanding of ‘other’ societies and cultures and of the diversity and multiplicity of today’s globalised societies and through literature you’ll expand your mind, gaining understanding and experiencing other systems of living and other worlds.
If you are a current member of LSE feel free to approach us with any queries regarding our courses, services and language learning support. Our learning support resources on Moodle as well as our expert advice on language learning are available to all current LSE members. Check the following moodle pages for opportunities to practice languages, like Tandem Learning or to find resources online.
In the section LSE Language Community you will find;
- Tandem Learning: Find a buddy to exchange languages
- Conversation Circles: Informal discussion groups led by volunteer facilitators. Attend and/or volunteer
- Bitesize Speaking: 1-2-1 speaking practice let by a volunteer. 20 mins to practice a language point of your choosing
- Improvisation sessions: in English and Spanish only. Practice speaking and listening through improv activities and games
- Multilingual London: find events in London, meet other students and organise outings
The Language Gateway acts as a filter to language resources online. Find here:
- Resources by languages
- Language Learning Skills
- Tips for Online Language Learning
- Digital Resource Finder
- Language Centre Film Catalogue