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Intercultural awareness. Road Signs in England

Intercultural Awareness

As  part of a course  on Intercultural Awareness that I took at Norwich University in Summer 2011 we produced some materials. I believe the first Power Point was provided by Silivia's team and the second by the Facilitator, Uwe Pol.

This link HERE contains two Power Points to help students understand how road and street signs are permeated with the politeness notes that characterizes British people

As an example of the content of the slide show, students will learn what this booth is for. If you want to know, download the second PowerPoint and find it out.


Velma Tran said...

Thanks a lot! I'm now studying road signs and this is a bunch of helpful info for me! Happy to have found this link here.

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If people are redirected for five a few minutes while viewing at 60 mph, then they aren't looking at the road for 100 backyards or more (the period of a sports field), which is more than a while for a vehicle event to occur.

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Indicative Traffic Symptoms are a life-saver. Abiding to the requirements required in their development is useful for the advantage of our passersby, motorists, or motorists, to be instructed to a more secure direction.