JAB03/01: Mon 18. 9. to Fri 15. 12. Mon 13:00–14:50 A15/227, H. Němcová
JAB03/02: Mon 18. 9. to Fri 15. 12. Mon 15:00–16:50 A15/227, H. Němcová
JAB03/03: Mon 18. 9. to Fri 15. 12. Tue 12:00–13:50 A15/227, H. Němcová
JAB03/04: Mon 18. 9. to Fri 15. 12. Tue 15:00–16:50 A15/227, H. Němcová
JAB03/05: Mon 18. 9. to Fri 15. 12. Wed 15:00–16:50 A15/227, H. Němcová
The knowledge of English - B1+ - B2 level CEFR - English for specific purposes
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is only offered to the students of the study fields the course is directly associated with.
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
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By the end of the course, students will be able to:
better understand an authentic global problem from the angle of their specialization and at the same time
communicate it with other specialists in their team
better understand interdisciplinary relationships
formulate their key skills and motivation for the work in a research team (CV, letter of application for an internship, mock interview)
use English as a tool of communication, use functional academic language, specific language of the subject
communicate their results effectively by making their presentations understandable
write an abstract
Discussion - global priorities - discipline-based approach, argumentation.
Text and abstract analysis, abstract writing.
Job application (CV, cover letter, mock interview) - based on authentic materials.
Projects (individuals and/or teams): project design, presentation of the results.
MCCARTHY, Michael and Felicity O'DELL. Academic vocabulary in use. First published. 176 stran. ISBN 9780521689397. info
online: New Scientist, Science Daily, Nature, National Geographic, BBC, How stuff works,
Přehled doporučené literatury - viz informace učitele.
The recommended literaure - see the information of the teacher
Academic writing course :study skills in English. Edited by R.R Jordan. 1st ed. Essex: Longman, 1999. 160 s. ISBN 0-582-40019-8. info
The course shares elements of three teaching approaches: collaborative learning, problem-based learning, CLIL (content and language integrated learning).
Abstract analysis, reading and listening comprehension, team work, discussion, presentation.
Each course is concluded with a final assessment (project and its presentation, CV, cover letter, mock interview) +