ELX57E

English for academic purposes C 1

KJGarant předmětu: doc. PhDr. Jaroslav Voráček, CSc.

Detail předmětu

Typ předmětu:
Zařazení do semestru: 8.
Hodin přednášek/semestr: 28
Hodin cvičení/semestr: 14
Exkurze:0
Zkouška: písemná a ústní
Předpoklady:Angličtina B2
Popis, cíl a formy výuky:EAP is a multilevel language module designed to provide an immersion experience for students aiming at improving their listening, speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension skills in English. The objective of this course is to bring the students‘ English skills to university-level fluency. Articles from current English language newspapers and periodicals are used as the basis for further development of language skills including: Expansion of vocabulary, Review of grammar, Discussion, Conversation, Debate, Formal writing format. Creative writing.

Kmenová literatura

1Biggs, J. (1988). Approaches to learning and essay writing. In R. R. Schmeck (Ed.), Learning strategies and learning styles (pp. 185-228). New York: Plenum Press.
2Blanton, L. L. (2001). Discourse, artifacts, and the Ozarks: Understanding academic literacy. In V. Zamel & R. Spack (Eds.), Negotiating academic literacies (pp. 219-236). Mahw
3Candlin, C. N. & Murphy, D. F. (Eds.). (1987). Language learning tasks (Lancaster practical papers in English language education Vol. 7). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
4Carter, R., Goddard, A., Reah, D., Sanger, K. & Bowring, M. (1997). Working with texts. London: Routledge.
5Jordan, R. R. (1997). English for academic purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
6Articles from International Herald Tribune, Economist, Time, Newsweek.

Doporučená Literatura

1Anderson, P. L. (1986). English for academic listening: Teaching the skills associated with listening to extended discourse. Foreign Language Annals, 19, 391-397.
2Arden-Close, C. (1993). Language problems in science lectures to non-native speakers. English for Specific Purposes, 12, 251-261.
3Bloor, T. & Bloor, M. (1995). The functional analysis of English. London: Arnold
4McKenna, E. (1997). How engineers write: An empirical study of engineering report writing. Applied Linguistics, 18, 189-211.
5Nunan, D. (1989). Designing tasks for the communicative classroom. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.