CJVA1B/T01: Po 17. 9. až Čt 13. 12. Po 11:00–12:50 KOM 108, K. Špácová, Nepřihlašuje se. Určeno pro studenty se zdravotním postižením.
CJVA1B/01: Út 12:00–13:40 L34, K. Svídová
CJVA1B/02: Čt 12:00–13:40 L42, A. Mokra
CJVA1B/03: St 18:00–19:40 K12, Š. Roušavá
CJVA1B/04: Po 14:00–15:40 L31, Š. Roušavá
CJVA1B/05: Čt 8:00–9:40 L41, I. Malovičová
CJVA1B/07: St 12:00–13:40 L31, I. Malovičová
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Designed as PREPARATION for CJVA2B (the compulsory English course), CJVA1B is intended for students who have an intermediate/upper-intermediate knowledge of English. B1 (CEFR) is the required entrance knowledge (ADAPT test recommended - https://is.muni.cz/auth/el/1441/podzim2018/ADAPT_AJ/index.qwarp).
This is an optional course for practicing and developing various language skills for students of Bachelor's studies.
Omezení zápisu do předmětu
Předmět je otevřen studentům libovolného oboru.
Předmět si smí zapsat nejvýše 106 stud.
Momentální stav registrace a zápisu: zapsáno: 98/106, pouze zareg.: 0/106, pouze zareg. s předností (mateřské obory): 0/106
This course is aimed at developing general and academic language skills (including appropriate grammar and vocabulary), as well as those needed by students in their field of study. The course deals with:
Speaking and presentation development - students must prepare a short oral presentation (6-7 minutes) on a topic relating to one of the seminar themes, or an aspect of the student's study area or interest. Presentation preparation also involves improving abilities in leading/participating in discussions and responding to questions, requests, or comments appropriately. Other oral skills involve discussions, expressing one's own ideas, paraphrasing others' ideas, and summarizing the main ideas of academic texts.
2. Reading - working with academic texts that relate to the areas of study of FA students, and developing orientation, comprehension, and summarizing skills in relation to the readings;
3. Writing - expanding skills of summary writing, expressing ideas, and writing texts that pertain to the student's field of study;
4. Listening - developing aural comprehension in the context of discussions, presentations, and recordings. Tasks are based on understanding the main ideas of audio extracts, as well as specific details.
Výstupy z učení
At the completion of the course, the student is able to do the following at a level of at least B1+ (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. discussions, 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. email correspondence, academic summary and other texts that pertain to the student's field of study);
4. Understand spoken language in the context of discussions, presentations, and recordings.
The order and the topics themselves might change slightly during the semester.
2. Sights & Travel
3. Presentation Skills
4. University Education
5. Information: Libraries & Internet
9. Culture/Pop Culture
10. American English vs. British English
11. People and Society
AI Seminar materials for the CJVA1B course
Murphy, R. English Grammar in Use, CUP 1995
Swan, M. Practical English Usage, OUP 1995
Thomson, A.J., Martinet, A.V.A Practical English Grammar, OUP 1986
Slabá, D., Strnadová, Z. Obecně odborná angličtina/Professional English, Leda 1995
academic skills in English, presentations prepared by students, discussions in class, reading assignments, grammar exercises, listening exercises, tasks based on short videos
Requirements for course completion:
- 70% seminar attendance
- short oral presentation (6-7 minutes) on a topic relating to one of the seminar themes, or an aspect of the student's study area or interest). This should be based on the structure provided in the Presentation Skills seminar and on the Presentation Criteria posted in the Study Materials folders.
- short written assignment (e.g. formal email, short summary)
- home preparation before class is expected