Processes and techniques

  • Listen to/watch the following files and do the corresponding exercises to familiarize yourself with the key words on inks. It should serve to help you prepare with new key vocabulary and general principles that will be dealt with in your coursework on this subject.
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  • Listen to the following file a first time for general comprehension and take notes. This will help you answer a general quiz in the first step of this learning path. It should serve to help familiarize you with new key vocabulary and general principles that will be dealt with in your coursework on Quality and management.
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  • Watch the different segments of the video and complete the associated tasks.
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  • Audio extract describing one of the paper and printing industries latest technologies - Electronic Ink. Listen for key terms and processes.
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  • Listen to the radio programme and complete the associated tasks.
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  • Listen to the extract as many times as you like and do the gap-fill which follows. The audio file speaks about a free computer program available on the Internet, called a browser companion, and its focus on foreign-language learners, children and the visually impaired.
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  • Listen to this extract as many times as you like and complete the gap-fill exercise which follows. The audio file focuses on the underlying principles associated with this aspect of the Paper & Printing industry and reviews some of the key terms.
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  • Specialized Master’s in Pulp and Paper Science course. You have been assigned this learning path as a preparation for your course on Laminate and Multi-layer materials. Do all of the included steps and print out your scores to bring to class.
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  • In this learning path you will be looking at language associated with describing manufacturing processes, and practicing the pronunciation of the letters “th”
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  • Listen to the extract as many times as you like and do the gap-fill which follows. The audio file deals with one of the most common processes used in commercial printing.
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  • Learn about the history of packaging over the centuries, the key techniques used and focus on the specific vocabulary in this engineering field. Listen to the 2 audio extracts.
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  • Listen to the extract as many times as you like and do the gap-fill exercise which follows. The audio file focuses on how paper and board are manufactured and the different steps involved. Pay particular attention to the passive forms used in the extract.
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  • Follow the learning path and learn about state-of-the-art technology to do with electronic paper that could revolutionize our world. Listen to and watch the extracts as many times as you like. You should be able to complete the learning path in 90 minutes. Not all of the documents have audio/video. Note down any new expressions you encounter.
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  • Listen to the extract as many times as you like and do the gap-fill exercise which follows. The audio file focuses on the specific terms associated with one of the final stages in the printing process - the Press Run.
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  • Listen to the extract as many times as you like and do the gap-fill exercise which follows.
    The audio file focuses on the specific terms associated with the printing process.
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  • The following learning path deals with the fundamental principles about Pulp & Paper Microscopic Analysis . Please do all of the exercises in preparation for a face-to-face lesson on the subject. They should serve to help familiarize you with new key vocabulary and general principles that will be dealt with in your coursework on Pulp & Paper Microscopic Analysis.
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  • Listen to the 2 extracts and fill in the gaps with the targeted language. The extracts deal with the recycling process and focuses on the specific language associated with this technical process.
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  • Listen to the extract as many times as you like and do the gap-fill which follows.
    The audio file speaks about how ideas become printed matter in the paper, advertising and printing industry.
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  • Test your knowledge of key terms to do with paper science.
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