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In this paper, we describe how an on-line resource, primarily intended to improve the proficiency in a foreign language, can also facilitate the understanding of the symbolic language in an engineering degree course. We think that thanks to the use of this resource, a course in an engineering degree
can tackle both the challenge of teaching symbolic language to non-native speakers and the challenge of doing this without losing insight into the concepts that appear in the course.
CitationBonet, J.; Alsina, M. Teaching symbolic language to non-native speakers. A: European Society for Engineering Education. "Engineering education 2020: meet the future: proceedings of the 40th SEFI Annual Conference 2012". Thessaloniki: 2012, p. 166-167.
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