( FAKULTA ( FSS ))&&( TYP_STUDIA ( D ))&&! OBOR ( PLA )&&! OBOR ( MVA )&&! OBOR ( EVSA )&&! OBOR ( HEA )&&(! OBOR ( SOA )&&! OBOR ( SPA )&&! OBOR ( PSOA )&&! OBOR ( PSSA )&&! OBOR ( PSVA ))
The student should have a CEFR (Common European Framework Reference for Languages) C1 level of English language competence (in writing) to obtain recognition for this course code.
Omezení zápisu do předmětu
Předmět je otevřen studentům libovolného oboru.
The AIM of this course is to verify that the student has at least a CEFR C1 level of English in ACADEMIC WRITING.
This is a COURSE CODE meant ONLY for RECOGNITION of LANGUAGE LEVEL. The student may choose one of the forms described in the ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA (see the section below) to fulfill the WRITING part).
There is NO class participation component.
BALLENGER, Bruce. The curious researcher :a guide to writing research papers. 3rd ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2001. xxviii, 35. ISBN 0-205-31911-4. info
SWALES, John. Genre analysis : English in academic and research settings. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. xi, 260. ISBN 0521338131. info
BHATIA, V. K. Analysing genre : language use in professional settings. 1st pub. Harlow: Longman, 1993. xvi, 246. ISBN 0582085241. info
There are self-study materials, a bibliography and instructions for the student to consult.
This WRITTEN PART of the exam can take one of the following forms (for which the student will submit):
A) an EXTENDED ABSTRACT whereby the original text should be 500-800 words long (without citations) and respect the following structure:
•1) theme related to specialization •2) current state (of the research) and statement of limitations •3) methodology
•4) results •5) discussion •6) bibliography
B) the THESIS of the dissertation or a related PROJECT (depending on the phase of study) in the length of 1000-1500 words and following this structure:
•1) theme, defining the limits of the issue and key concepts
•2) theoretical background •3) summary of the current state of knowledge/research
•4) methodology •5) preliminary results •6) expected or final results •7) discussion •8) bibliography
C)an ACADEMIC PAPER written by the student for publication in an academic journal