Subject description - A0B04FCE1

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A0B04FCE1 FCE 1
Roles:V Extent of teaching:2C
Department:13104 Language of teaching:
Guarantors:  Completion:Z
Lecturers:  Credits:2
Tutors:  Semester:*

Web page:

https://moodle.fel.cvut.cz/courses/A0B04FCE1

Anotation:

The course is aimed for students, employees of the Faculty and the public whose knowledge of English corresponds to B1 level according to the European Language Frame. The course focuses on improving all language skills - writing, speaking, reading, listening, grammar and phonetics - and is submitted to the goal of obtaining the required skills needed for B2 ELF.

Study targets:

Course objective: The course focuses on developing and practising language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).

Content:

Units 1-4 from the book Gold First

Course outlines:

Week 1 Bands and fans : speaking, reading-gapped text Week 2 Bands and fans : grammar-present simple, present continuous, use of English: multiple-choice cloze Week 3 Bands and fans : listening-multiple matching, grammar-used to/would, writing-informal email, review Week 4 Relative values: speaking, use of English-word formation, listening-multiple choice Week 5 Relative values : grammar-adverbs, reading-multiple matching, speaking Week 6 Relative values: grammar-ing/infinitive, speaking, writing-essay, review Week 7 Things that matter: reading-multiple choice, grammar-present perfect, past simple Week 8 Things that matter: grammar-as, like, use of English-open, close, listening-sentence completion, vocabulary Week 9 Things that matter: grammar-comparing, speaking, writing-engaging the reader, review Week 10 Battling nature: listening-multiple choice, speaking, grammar-past simple, past continuous and past perfect Week 11 Battling nature: speaking-collaborative task, reading-multiple matching Week 12 Battling nature: grammar-definite, indefinite, zero article, use of English-word formation, writing-expressing, supporting ideas, review Week 13 Exam Maximizer, Revision Lessons 1 - 4, Final credit test Week 14 Final credit test-Analysing errors, Credits

Exercises outline:

Week 1 Bands and fans : speaking, reading-gapped text Week 2 Bands and fans : grammar-present simple, present continuous, use of English: multiple-choice cloze Week 3 Bands and fans : listening-multiple matching, grammar-used to/would, writing-informal email, review Week 4 Relative values: speaking, use of English-word formation, listening-multiple choice Week 5 Relative values : grammar-adverbs, reading-multiple matching, speaking Week 6 Relative values: grammar-ing/infinitive, speaking, writing-essay, review Week 7 Things that matter: reading-multiple choice, grammar-present perfect, past simple Week 8 Things that matter: grammar-as, like, use of English-open, close, listening-sentence completion, vocabulary Week 9 Things that matter: grammar-comparing, speaking, writing-engaging the reader, review Week 10 Battling nature: listening-multiple choice, speaking, grammar-past simple, past continuous and past perfect Week 11 Battling nature: speaking-collaborative task, reading-multiple matching Week 12 Battling nature: grammar-definite, indefinite, zero article, use of English-word formation, writing-expressing, supporting ideas, review Week 13 Exam Maximizer, Revision Lessons 1 - 4, Final credit test Week 14 Final credit test-Analysing errors, Credits

Literature:

Materials: Gold first new edition, J.Bell, A.Thomas (Pearson 2015) Unit 1-4.

Requirements:

Requirements: Students are expected to attend classes, work actively during lessons and prepare independently their home assignments, including essays. They are due to take three tests and get at least 65% of total points. Other requirements will be specified in detail by the teacher during the first lesson of the term. The teacher is allowed to supplement or change his/her requirements or programme of the lessons.

Keywords:

FCE

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester
BPOES Common courses V
BEOES Open Electronic Systems V
BPSIT Common courses V
BKSIT Common courses V
MPOES3 Solid State Systems V
MPOES2 RF and DSP Engineering V
MPOES1 Communications and Signal Processing V
BPOES_2020 Common courses V


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