CJVA104 Akademická angličtina

Fakulta sociálních studií
jaro 2022
Rozsah
0/2/0. 2 kr. (plus 2 za zk). Doporučované ukončení: zk. Jiná možná ukončení: z.
Vyučováno online.
Vyučující
Mgr. Šárka Roušavá, B.A. (přednášející)
Mgr. Dana Plíšková (pomocník)
Mgr. et Mgr. Petra Trávníková, Ph.D. (pomocník)
Garance
Mgr. Šárka Roušavá, B.A.
Oddělení Centra jazykového vzdělávání na Fakultě sociálních studií - Centrum jazykového vzdělávání
Kontaktní osoba: Mgr. Šárka Roušavá, B.A.
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Oddělení Centra jazykového vzdělávání na Fakultě sociálních studií - Centrum jazykového vzdělávání
Předpoklady
(( FAKULTA ( FSS )&& TYP_STUDIA ( BMN ))||( OBOR ( MUSFSS )))&&(( PdF:ADAPT_AJ Adaptivní test Aj ))&&(! NOWANY ( CJVA102 Akademická angličtina se zaměřením na prezentační dovednosti , CJVA101 Akademická angličtina se zaměřením na psaní , CJVA103 Akademická angličtina se zaměřením na interkulturní komunikaci ))
Předpokladem je úspěšně absolvovaný vstupní test PdF:ADAPT_AJ Adaptivní test Aj s výsledkem B1 a výše (https://is.muni.cz/auth/el/1441/jaro2021/ADAPT_AJ/index.qwarp). Test je otevřený od začátku prázdnin do začátku semestru.
Omezení zápisu do předmětu
Předmět je otevřen studentům libovolného oboru.
Předmět si smí zapsat nejvýše 90 stud.
Momentální stav registrace a zápisu: zapsáno: 0/90, pouze zareg.: 0/90, pouze zareg. s předností (mateřské obory): 0/90
Cíle předmětu
Students will have a B2 level (CEFR) of English in academic writing, speaking, reading and listening in fields that pertain to topics related to studies at FSS. They will be able to give short academic presentations, lead discussions and engage in simple debates related to social science themes. They will be capable of summarizing and analysing written and audio texts, as well as contributions from other students in a cohesive, polite and concise manner. They will also have the ability to think critically about issues, and to present coherent responses and critiques, both verbally and in writing.
Výstupy z učení
At the completion of the course, which is marked by a pass mark of 61 out of 100 points, the student is able to do the following at a level of at least B2 (CEFR):

1. Give a short presentation based on the criteria presented in the course, and respond appropriately to discussion questions posed afterwards; speak spontaneously and comprehensibly in the context of the class (e.g. discussion, debate, expressing one's own ideas, paraphrasing and summarizing others' ideas, including those that are in person, recordings and texts).

2. Read, understand and work with academic texts;

3. Write a variety of short texts (e.g. academic summary, abstract, position paper and other texts that pertain to the student's field of study);

4. Understand spoken language in the context of discussions, presentations, debates and recordings.
Osnova
  • week 1 - Seminar 1 - Introduction to Argumentation: controversial topics, organizing ideas, expressing opinions
  • week 2&3 - Seminar 2 - Presentation Skills: structure, topic selection, introduction, purpose statement, conclusion & building confidence, sign-posting, formality, handling questions
  • week 4 & 5 - Seminar 3 - Social Sciences - paraphrasing, summary & abstract writing, academic vs. journalistic style, lead vs. topic sentence or thesis statement, structure & style, register, referencing, quoting
  • week 6 - Seminar 4 - The Information Age: surveys, adverbs of frequency, drafting arguments
  • week 7 - Seminar 5 - World Changing (environment) - summarizing; responding to opinion, pronunciation
  • week 8 - Seminar 6 - Politics & International Relations - verifying/falsifying arguments, cohesion tools, short argumentative text
  • week 9 - Seminar 7 - News & Media - fact vs. opinion, language of (dis)agreement, relative clauses - defining/non-defining clauses
  • week 10 - Seminar 8 - Human Behavior: compiling information for a position paper, comparing & contrasting, hedging, conclusions
  • week 11 - Seminar 9 - Cultural Anthropology: opinion vs. fact, justifying opinions, developing argumentation, modal verbs
  • week 12 - Seminar 10 - Writing a Position Paper: developing and framing ideas, coherent paragraphing, thesis statement
Literatura
    doporučená literatura
  • THAINE, Craig. Cambridge Academic English: An integrated skills course for EAP: B2: intermediate. Edited by Michael McCarthy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. ISBN 9780521165198.
  • HEWINGS, Martin. Cambridge academic English : an integrated skills course for EAP : student's book : upper intermediate. Edited by Michael McCarthy. First published. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 176 stran. ISBN 9780521165204. info
Výukové metody
Class discussions, debates, presentations, weekly current event reports, homework, reading, writing, mind-mapping, peer-review, language quizzes.
Metody hodnocení
1) Active participation at 70% of the (on-line) lessons during the semester.

2) Preparation for classes and class work with approximately 5 smaller assignments (35 points – deadlines to be announced throughout the term); for example:

A) weekly written leads on current issues (30-50 words) – to be done at home and presented orally in each class
B) written introduction of a topic idea for a short presentation – 50-100 words
C) 5-6 minute-long practice presentation on an academic topic (delivered in class) [12 points]
D) written abstract (to accompany the presentation; 150-250 words) [8 points]
E) written summary of a class presentation or video (100-200 words) [5 points]
F) written argumentative text (150-250 words) [10 points]

3) Summary of a short lecture (listening): to take place in the last week of the teaching part of the semester, i.e. during CREDIT WEEK [15 points]

4) Position paper: this involves the writing of a 500-700 word long summary and critique of a text based on your reading of a 5-15 page long chapter from an English book/academic article of your choice (your written text is to be submitted during the EXAM PERIOD in advance of your final presentation described in point 5; 25 points)

5) Short academic presentation (5-6 minutes long) of the position paper, followed by a discussion (to take place in the EXAM PERIOD after the submission of the position paper; 25 points)

That makes a total of 100 points for the 4-credit option of the course. The pass mark is 61 out of 100 points.
For the 2-credit option, points 4 and 5 are left out, for a total of 50 points. The pass mark is 30 out of 50 points.
Vyučovací jazyk
Angličtina
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