Course syllabus AJP2 - World Language - English Advanced Course 2 (FRDIS - SS 2017/2018)Help

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Course code:
Course title in Czech: World Language - English Advanced Course 2
Course title in English:
World Language - English Advanced Course 2
SS 2017/2018
Mode of completion and number of credits:
Exam (2 credits)
Mode of delivery and timetabled classes: full-time, 0/2 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)
Level of course: bachelor
Course type:
Type of delivery:
usual, consulting
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Language of instruction:
Course supervisor:
Mgr. Lea Hasíková
Course supervising department:
Department of Languages (FRDIS)
Faculty: Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies
Ing. Dastan Bamwesigye, MSc., BA (Hons) (examiner, instructor)
Mgr. Lea Hasíková (examiner, instructor, supervisor)
Bc. Ing. Eva Sapáková, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor)
Timetable in this semester:
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Aim of the course and learning outcomes:
The aim is to consolidate the acquired knowledge and improvement in all skills, ie mainly in the field of communication / understanding and ability to respond in English / and in writing. The course is based on the use of modern methods to enhance the main focus of language skills and competencies - primarily strategic, pragmatic and produktivní.Students will write three 60 min.tests during the semester. The maximum score is 50 points, a total score of 150 points. To get the credit you need to get at least 100 points. Tests will be written in the 5, 8, and 11 week.Participation in the tests is mandatory
Course content:
1.Curriculum I English language - General English Speaking Oral presentation: • student's personality • family • native town/village • native country • university/application form, job interviews, summer jobs,Revision of the subject matter (allowance 0/2)
Presentation skills - University and future career.

Topic: Picture yourself-self portraits,Listening for gist, listening for specific information, listening for general information (allowance 0/2)
Listening analysis - listening to authentic sources - (BBC, CNN)
typical errors and their corrections

3.Topic: Leisure and entertainment, Structured CV, paragraph, essay writing, e-mailing, filling in a form (allowance 0/2)
Academic writing according to syllabus.

Grammar revision: - word order of statements, question, scope of negation,imperative, tenses, modal verbs, passives, adjectives, phrasal verbs, clauses -relative, time purpose, Office knowledge - testing from the last term. (allowance 0/2)
Grammar practice according to syllabus

This curriculum is just an orientation survey of topics, skills, grammar areas mandatory for the course of General English. Each lecturer will work up their own sylabus which will contain particular topics, grammar and skills in the order and extent corresponding to their needs. All syllabi will be then consulted with the Head of the Department of Language and Cultural Studies.
Topic: Students' presentations
(allowance 0/2)
Topic: The ethics of reality television producers,
Academic writing: A report, an informal letter
(allowance 0/2)
Topic: At top speed, reading comprehension, text analysis
Academic witing: A formal letter
(allowance 0/2)
8.Topic: A lifelong process, Why do we need lifelong learning?
Academic writing: A cover letter
(allowance 0/2)
Topic: Being somewhere else, text analysis: Disappearing in Africa (allowance 0/2)
Topic: Health and Lifestyles, filling in forms and questionnaires. (allowance 0/2)
Topic: Moving abroad, Getting a student visa or a work permit. (allowance 0/2)
Final testing and examining students. (allowance 0/2)
Learning activities and teaching methods:
Type of teaching methodDaily attendance
24 h
3 h
project work4 h
preparation for exam5 h
preparation for regular assessment
5 h
preparation for regular testing5 h
preparation of presentation
5 h
elaboration and execution of projects4 h
writing of seminar paper
1 h
Total56 h
Assessment methods:
WINTER TERM - Credit (required knowledge in a range of subject matter and drawing résumé text), SUMMER TERM - examination (required knowledge in a range of subject matter, the oral test's ability to communicate on the topic).
During the study, students will write a series of test to practice and fixing curriculum. Students prepare projects, which will then submit an oral exam
80% attendance
Assessment criteria ratio:
Requirement type
Daily attendance
Total0 %
Recomended reading and other learning resources:
BROOK-HART, G. -- HAINES, S. Complete CAE - Student's Book . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 264 p.
BROOK-HART, G. -- HAINES, S. Complete CAE Student's Book. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 264 p.

MURPHY, R. Essential grammar in use : a self-study reference and practice book for elementary students of English : with answers. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. 300 p. ISBN 0-521-52932-8-.
SPARLING, D. English or Czenglish?. SPN, 1993. 220 p. ISBN 80-04-25969-3.
English vocabulary in use: pre-intermediate & intermediate. 3rd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 263 p. ISBN 0-521-01171-X.
GAIRNS, R. -- REDMAN, S. Natural English : intermediate class.  [other]. Oxford. 2002. ISBN 0-19-437330-4.

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