ENGLISH (LIM-LET) - B2 - GROUP B - PART 2
INGLESE (LIM-LET) - B2 - GRUPPO B - PARTE 2
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|Maria Lucia De Paoli||During semester 1: Mondays, 11:00-12:00, only if booked at least 2 days in advance by email.|
Assigned to the Degree Course
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Understands a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognises implicit meaning. Expresses him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Uses language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
WRITING and GRAMMAR
In this part of your "lettorato" we will be working mainly on writing and grammar in both semester 1 and semester 2.
CEFR level of activities during course: (B2+) / C1
The various types of writing activity will focus mainly on writing different types of essay, regarding a variety of subjects. Other types of written text may then be added.
We will also concentrate on the quality and organization of the written text, giving attention to various aspects such as: respecting the question, brainstorming and planning, using a plan, well-organized paragraphs, the various parts of the text, linkers and connectors, the appropriate register, essay terminlogy and acquiring new vocabulary, synonyms and paraphrasing, using quotations, appropriate grammar, accuracy and correcting drafts, etc.
Further indications regarding the grammar program can be found in the "Information" section of the group page on the Moodle platform. All topics of the course grammar book (see below) need to be covered, through a variety of activities in the classroom, through homework and/or independent study. Additional advanced grammar points will be added throughout the year as necessary, using other materials made available on Moodle. Grammar points will mainly be dealt with in the order in which they are needed for our writing.
The teaching material prepared by the language assistant in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the language assistant specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it
Teaching, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment
- Course books
Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge First - Second Edition - di Luke Prodromou - Pearson - ISBN - 9781408290590
Students need a copy of the book during lessons, for homework, and for independent study. It is necessary to study all parts of the book this year, grammar and also vocabulary.
(In addition to the book, other advanced-level materials will be used as necessary, and made available to the students via the group page on the Moodle platform - these can be found in the folders of extra necessary materials and pages of extra links. Students must therefore check the Moodle page regularly.)
The necessary materials will be given and/or indicated as necessary during the year on the group page on the Moodle platform - these can be found in the folders of extra necessary materials and pages of extra links. Students must therefore check the Moodle page regularly.
Furthermore, the use of the grammar/vocabulary book (details given above) will also be necessary and of help for various aspects of writing. It is therefore essential that students study all parts of the book.
- Students who attend the course are advised that it is very important to attend regularly and participate actively throughout the year.
- Non-attending students must contact course staff for extra information.
- Students will have the possibility to practise throughout the year, but must respect the specified deadlines for any assigned work.
- For clarification regarding which 'lettorato' groups you should follow, please speak with course staff.
- For details regarding other parts of your English course, please contact the other members of staff directly.
- On the pages dedicate to language degrees on the University website, important information can be found regarding the structure of language courses / exams, CEFR levels of exams, how to sign up for the various parts of the exam, etc.
- Any other information will be given during lessons or on the group's Moodle page.
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