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Erasmus 2003
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  • 1. What is the Erasmus exchange? Desiderius Erasmus of RotterdamEuRopean Community Action Scheme forthe Mobility of University Students
  • 2. The experienceAcademic, personal and social aspects
  • 3. Academic aspect -It enrichs your working life- It helps you to understand slang vocabulary- It is a great way to improve your listening skills
  • 4. Dealing with SlangWassup, partner in crime? I’mnot too shabby. I wanna seethat movie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word? ?
  • 5. Dealing with SlangWassup, partner in crime? I’mnot too shabby. I wanna seethat movie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 6. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too shabby. I wanna seethat movie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 7. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too shabby. I wanna see shabbythat movie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 8. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I wanna see that badmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 9. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I wanna see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 10. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 11. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’s shizzleill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 12. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for sure! I hear it’s sureill. I’ll hit you again, but try toholler back yo. Word?
  • 13. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for sure! I hear it’sill. I’ll hit you again, but try toillholler back yo. Word?
  • 14. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll hit you again, but trygreatto holler back yo. Word?
  • 15. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll hit you again, but tryto holler back yo. Word?
  • 16. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll call you again, but tryto holler back yo. Word?
  • 17. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll call you again, but tryto holler back yo. Word? yo
  • 18. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll call you again, but tryto call me back. Word? back
  • 19. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll call you again, but tryto call me back. Word? Word
  • 20. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for shizzle! I hear it’sgreat. I’ll call you again, but tryto call me back. OK? OK
  • 21. Dealing with SlangHow are you, my friend? I’mnot too bad. I want to see thatmovie for sure! I hear it’s great.I’ll call you again, but try to callme back. OK?
  • 22. Personal aspectCulture shock:-Anxiety-Feelings offrustration-Alienation-Anger
  • 23. Things start to change…
  • 24. Things start to change…
  • 25. Symptoms of culture shock• Reluctance to get involved in social aspects of university life.• Feelings of anger, confusion, vulnerability or shyness.• Questioning your decision to move to the new country.
  • 26. How can we deal with the culture shock?
  • 27. The most important things are… P ATIENCE P ERSISTENCE P OSITIVITY
  • 28. Social aspectErasmus = PARTY
  • 29. Don’t worry….WH AT H AP P E N SIN E R AS M U S s tayS IN E R AS M U S
  • 30. I hope you enjoyed it.Thanks for your attention!

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