Strong introduction with a clear presentation of rationale, aims, structure, etc.
A short introduction to contemporary literature (in English) and - at the beginning of each chapter - a short introduction to the chapter-building aspects of modern society (in Danish) - this is a very sensible use of different languages.
In every top-level chapter (ranging from identity to risk society) there is well-guided text work on excerpts from relevant current English-language literature, but also interpretative work regarding e.g. , non-fiction texts (e.g. by Barack Obama - rhetoric ), images or films (e.g. "Babel").
Because small ´hyper 'text/media snippets are avoided in favour of scrollable units, the navigation is very clear.
Toolbox with text about analysing different types of media, talking (in the form of a quiz) and in particular writing (different text types) mainly about texts.
Really dynamic and eye-catching opening page to catch the attention of the learner.
Dramatic use of photographs and evidence of a wide range of reading/reference material.
Many opportunities for testing understanding with very clear and helpful guidelines.
Challenging and wide-ranging collection of modern texts which expand the readers' horizons.
Readers are introduced to topical concepts through reading from selected texts.
The topics proposed and described with texts from numerous contemporary writers are highly relevant and appealing to the target group.
The students have the opportunity to express their experience, their problems and answer the questions by clicking the writing tool which lets the teacher follow each learner all the time.