Welsh medium provision
About this topic
The demand for graduates with the ability to communicate in Welsh is increasing and the University is committed to providing students with opportunities to develop and enhance their Welsh language skills.
Aligned with its Welsh Language Scheme (2014) and recent sector-wide developments, Cardiff University aims to embed the Welsh language within its culture and working practices as well as continually develop its Welsh medium educational provision. The University aims to ensure a high quality Welsh medium provision encompassing all aspects of the student experience.
In this section you will find resources by staff who are seeking ways to support Welsh-speaking students so that they are able to develop their professional skills and work confidently in Welsh or bilingually. As well as materials relating to Welsh medium teaching provision, the section includes resources on other aspects of Welsh medium support such as personal tutoring, digital and information literacy, and professional skills.
Anwen Davies, Gwyneth Richards and Gaynor Williams
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 47 mins read
Dr Angharad Naylor
Published 05 May 2017 • 15 minutes read
Michelle Moseley, Christine Munro, Prof. Dai John, Dr Elizabeth Metcalf and Emma Pope
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 15 mins read
In this panel, academics from Medicine, Pharmacy and Healthcare give a short overview of how they have used various types of role-play or simulation within their curricula to create an authentic learning experience for their students.
TopicsWays of learning | Flipping the classroom | Small group teaching | Welsh Medium Provision |
Datblygiad addysg feddygol cyfrwng Cymraeg dros 5 mlynedd / The development of Welsh medium medical education over 5 years
Published 17 Jan 2020 • 15 mins read
Straeon o lwyddiant ar gwrs Newyddiaduraeth cyfrwng Cymraeg/Success stories on a Welsh-medium Journalism course
Sian Morgan Lloyd & Llion Carbis
Published 17 Jan 2020 • 14 mins read
Sian Morgan Lloyd discusses the importance of industry partnerships and associated learning opportunities. Llion Carbis worked on the project last year and shares his experience and the opportunities open to students
TopicsWays of learning | Inclusive Curriculum | Enterprise & Employability | Engaging with student feedback | Welsh Medium Provision |
Rhoi’r Iaith ar Waith: datblygu dilys ar draws y ddarpariaeth / The Language in Action: authentic development across the provision
Dr Angharad Naylor
Published 17 Jan 2020 • 16 minutes read
Yn y cyflwyniad hwn byddwn yn crynhoi newidiadau diweddar i’r ddarpariaeth ar ein graddau BA yn y Gymraeg sydd yn defnyddio dysgu dilys er mwyn cyfuno’r academaidd, yr ymarferol a’r proffesiynol ym mhrofiad y myfyriwr./In this presentation we
TopicsWays of learning | Inclusive Curriculum | Engaging with student feedback | Welsh Medium Provision |
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