Course: English 3

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Course title English 3
Course code UJP/A3
Organizational form of instruction Seminar
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 4
Language of instruction English
Status of course Optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Maurová Hana, PhDr.
  • Heinlová Svatava, Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Holubová Radmila, Mgr.
  • Ramadanová Jitka, Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Irons Richard, B. A.
  • Benešová Barbora, Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Kraftová Petra, Mgr. Ing.
  • Bergman Natalie, M.A.
  • Watson Peter Joel
  • Calacione Paola
  • Lašťovičková Michaela, Mgr. Ph.D.
Course content
1. Course information, introduction. State and action verbs. Making recommendations. 2. Present tenses. Question forms. Writing a report. 3. Subject and object questions. Past simple and continuous. 4. Past perfect. Writing a narrative. 5. Future forms. Requests and offers. 6. "Will" and "going to". Giving opinions. 7. Midterm test. Real conditionals. Writing a formal letter. 8. Present perfect. Starting a conversation. 9. Modals for deduction. Giving your news. 10. Modals for obligation and permission. Giving advice and warnings. 11. Present perfect tenses. Phrasal verbs. Giving instructions. 12. Final revision. Final Credit test 13. Evaluation of the test. Credits.

Learning activities and teaching methods
E-learning, Collaborative instruction, Multimedia supported teaching, Skills demonstration, Seminar classes, Individual study, Students' self-study
  • Contact hours - 52 hours per semester
  • Undergraduate study programme term essay (20-40) - 20 hours per semester
  • Preparation for comprehensive test (10-40) - 40 hours per semester
prerequisite
professional knowledge
Students can: - understand the main points of short straightforward and simple information related to their family, friends, interests and study, etc. - understand short and simple texts dealing with familiar topics - use grammatical structures and phrases accurately to convey simple messages, both in oral and written form
learning outcomes
Students can: - understand the main points of conversation between native speakers provided the speech is slowly and clearly articulated. - understand a short article in a newspaper, magazine or on the Internet - express views and feelings and respond to other people's ideas and feelings adequately in discussions - talk about topics related to everyday life - make recommendations - write a short formal e-mail or letter, for example a letter of application - write a report - generalise statements and give examples - write a short narrative - comment on articles or blogs - make requests and offers, give advice and warnings
teaching methods
E-learning
Multimedia supported teaching
Skills demonstration
Collaborative instruction
Students' self-study
Individual study
Seminar classes
assessment methods
Test
Seminar work
Recommended literature
  • Campbell, Robert; Metcalf, Rob. Global : intermediate : workbook with key. 1st ed. Oxford : Macmillan, 2011. ISBN 978-0-230-43028-0.
  • Clandfield, Lindsay; Robb Benne, Rebecca. Global : intermediate: coursebook. 1st pub. Oxford : Macmillan, 2011. ISBN 978-0-230-03300-9.
  • Murphy, Raymond. English grammar in use : with answers : a self-study reference and practice book for intermediate students of English. 3rd ed. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2004. ISBN 0-521-53289-2.


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Faculty of Applied Sciences Geomatics (2016) Construction industry, geodesy and cartography 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Mathematics for Business Studies (2015) Mathematics courses 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Mathematics and its Applications (2016) Mathematics courses 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Mathematics for Business Studies (2016) Mathematics courses 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Geomatics (2015) Construction industry, geodesy and cartography 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Mathematics and its Applications (2016) Mathematics courses 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Mathematics and its Applications (2015) Mathematics courses 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Land-use Planning (2013) Special and interdisciplinary fields 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences Mathematics and its Applications (2017) Mathematics courses 2 Winter
Faculty of Applied Sciences General Mathematics (2012) Mathematics courses 2 Winter