English for Analytics Security Students - aids for developing lexical and grammar competence

The aim of the range of activities for students taking a course in Analytics Security is to let them develop  vocabulary and common grammar rules at levels B2/B2+. The course lists a range of grammar-related presentations, reading tasks, multiple choice, paraphrasing and word-building exercises as well as a number of video programmes with accompanying listening comprehension tasks. 

 

Learning outcomes: 

1. to acquire specific vocabulary connected with general, business and engineering issues,

2. know and understand grammatical and lexical rules of English and use them effectively in different types of written and oral communication,

3. to communicate in English  and use a variety of communications strategies at work and in different environments,

4. to discuss general and field specific issues using an appropriate linguistic and grammatical range.

 

Assumed assessment and verification methods: answers to tasks assigned from sources other than the coursebook and speaking audio files sent via e-mail and verified by the teacher; tasks assigned from the coursebook checked autonomously on Business Partner platform  https://english-dashboard.pearson.com/

ASSESSMENT OF SPEAKING - 10 points

 

Number of points

Grade

9-10

5.0

8

4.5

7

4.0

6

3.5

5

3.0

0-4

2.0

 

 

 

Number of points

REQUIREMENTS

 

CONTENT

 

      3

topic presented in an exhaustive and logical way

 

 

      2

a good utterance covering most of the required information

 

      1

very limited content presented in a chaotic way

 

      0

no language produced

 

 

GRAMMAR

 

      3

correct, few language mistakes, a wide range of grammar structures

 

 

      2

language produced ensuring communication

 

      1

mistakes interfering with the understanding of the utterance

 

      0

mistakes that prevent understanding or no language produced

 

VOCABULARY

 

       3

extensive vocabulary

 

 

       2

vocabulary at a good level

 

       1

limited vocabulary

 

       0

very limited vocabulary or no language produced

 

PRONUNICATION AND INTONATION 

 

        1

correct pronunciation and intonation, few mistakes  

        0

pronunciation and intonation that make understanding impossible

 

Main and supplementary bibliography: 

1. Dubicka, I., O'Keefe, M., Dignen, B., Hogan, M., Wright, L., Business Partner B1+, Pearson

2. Murphy, Raymond English Grammar in Use, CUP; 

3. Kenny, Nick, Luque-Mortimer, Lucrecia, FCE Practice Tests 2, CUP.


  • The aim of the range of activities for students taking a course in Transport is to let them develop  vocabulary and common grammar rules at levels B1+/B2. The course lists a range of grammar-related presentations, reading tasks, multiple choice, paraphrasing and word-building exercises as well as a number of video programmes with accompanying listening comprehension tasks. 


  • Learning outcomes: 

1. to acquire specific vocabulary connected with general, business and engineering issues,

2. know and understand grammatical and lexical rules of English and use them effectively in different types of written and oral communication,

3. to communicate in English  and use a variety of communications strategies at work and in different environments,

4. to discuss general and field specific issues using an appropriate linguistic and grammatical range.


  • Assumed assessment and verification methods: answers to tasks assigned from sources other than the coursebook and speaking audio files sent via e-mail and verified by the teacher; tasks assigned from the coursebook checked autonomously on Business Partner platform  https://english-dashboard.pearson.com/

ASSESSMENT OF SPEAKING - 10 points

 

Number of points

Grade

9-10

5.0

8

4.5

7

4.0

6

3.5

5

3.0

0-4

2.0

 

 

 

Number of points

REQUIREMENTS

 

CONTENT

 

      3

topic presented in an exhaustive and logical way

 

 

      2

a good utterance covering most of the required information

 

      1

very limited content presented in a chaotic way

 

      0

no language produced

 

 

GRAMMAR

 

      3

correct, few language mistakes, a wide range of grammar structures

 

 

      2

language produced ensuring communication

 

      1

mistakes interfering with the understanding of the utterance

 

      0

mistakes that prevent understanding or no language produced

 

VOCABULARY

 

       3

extensive vocabulary

 

 

       2

vocabulary at a good level

 

       1

limited vocabulary

 

       0

very limited vocabulary or no language produced

 

PRONUNICATION AND INTONATION

 

        1

correct pronunciation and intonation, few mistakes 

        0

pronunciation and intonation that make understanding impossible


  • Main and supplementary bibliography: 

1. Dubicka, I., O'Keefe, M., Dignen, B., Hogan, M., Wright, L., Business Partner B1+, Pearson

2. Murphy, Raymond English Grammar in Use, CUP; 

3. Kenny, Nick, Luque-Mortimer, Lucrecia, FCE Practice Tests 2, CUP.


  • The aim of the range of activities available to student nurses is to allow them to expand their vocabulary stock related to medical/nursing English as well as improve their grasp of common grammar rules at levels B1+/B2. The course features a variety of exercises spanning types such as multiple choice, paraphrasing, word-building, etc. It lets students practise skills such as reading and listening.


  • Learning outcomes: 

1. to acquire specific vocabulary connected with nursing/medicine-related issues,

2. know and understand grammatical and lexical rules of English and use them effectively in different types of written and oral communication,

3. to communicate in English  and use a variety of communications strategies at work and in different environments,

4. to discuss general and field specific issues using an appropriate linguistic and grammatical range.


  • Assumed assessment and verification methods: answers to tasks assigned from sources other than the coursebook and speaking audio files sent via e-mail and verified by the teacher; tasks assigned from the coursebook and Alexander Press Nursing Assistant in Video to be checked after quarantine has ended. 

OCENA CZĘŚCI USTNEJ EGZAMINU Z JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO (20 punktów)

 

ESP NURSING/MEDICINE

 

GENERAL ENGLISH

liczba

   WYMAGANIA

liczba

 

WYMAGANIA

punktów

 

punktów

 

 

                                                 TREŚĆ PRZEKAZU

 

 

3

    wyczerpanie tematu w sposób

3

 

pełna zgodność przekazu z

 

    płynny i logiczny

 

 

zadaniem zawartym w pytaniu;

 

 

 

 

płynne wypowiedzi i  umiejętne

 

 

 

 

podtrzymywanie dialogu

2

      wypowiedź dobra, obejmująca

2

 

niepełna zgodność z zadaniem;

 

      większość wymaganych treści

 

 

ograniczona płynność

 

 

 

 

prowadzenia rozmowy

1

      treść przekazu bardzo

1

 

Ograniczona zgodność przekazu

 

     ograniczona; wypowiedź

 

 

z zadaniem; chaotyczne

 

      chaotyczna

 

 

prowadzenie dialogu

0

     brak odpowiedzi

0

 

brak podjęcia dialogu

 

                                                POPRAWNOŚĆ JĘZYKOWA

3

       wypowiedź gramatycznie

3

 

wypowiedź gramatycznie

 

       poprawna; nieliczne usterki

 

 

poprawna; nieliczne usterki

 

       językowe

 

 

językowe

2

      poprawność językowa

2

 

poprawność językowa

 

     zapewniająca komunikatywność

 

 

zapewniająca komunikatywność

1

    błędy zakłócające rozumienie

1

 

błędy zakłócające rozumienie

 

    przekazu

 

 

przekazu

0

    błędy uniemożliwiające

0

 

błędy uniemożliwiające

 

    zrozumienie wypowiedzi

 

 

zrozumienie wypowiedzi

 

                                                      BOGACTWO JĘZYKOWE

3

    bogate słownictwo specjalistyczne

3

 

bogate słownictwo adekwatne

 

    i ogólne

 

 

do tematyki

2

    słownictwo specjalistyczne i

2

 

słownictwo na poziomie

 

    ogólne na poziomie dobrym

 

 

dobrym, adekwatne do tematyki

1

    ograniczone słownictwo

1

 

ubogie słownictwo,

 

    specjalistyczne i podstawowe

 

 

ograniczające swobodne

 

    słownictwo ogólne

 

 

wyrażenie myśli

0

    słownictwo bardzo ograniczone

0

 

słownictwo bardzo ograniczone

 

     lub brak wypowiedzi

 

 

lub brak wypowiedzi

 

                       WYMOWA i INTONACJA (ESP + GENERAL ENGLISH)

        2

      poprawna wymowa i intonacja

 

 

 


              1    wymowa i intonacja z błędami, nie mającymi większego wpływu na rozumienie wypowiedzi

              0       wymowa i intonacja uniemożliwiająca zrozumienie wypowiedzi

 

              OCENY: 0-9 ndst; 10-12 dst; 13-14 dst+; 15-16 db; 17-18 db+; 19-20 bdb


  • Nursing course main and supplementary bibliography: 

1. Grice, Tony., Nursing 1, OUP; 

2. Murphy, Raymond English Grammar in Use, CUP; 

3. Glendinning, Eric and Howard, Ron, Professional English in Use Medicine, CUP; 

4. Alexander Press – Nursing Assistant Education in Video; 

5. Penn J., Hanson E., Anatomy and Physiology, Pearson; 

6. Kenny, Nick, Luque-Mortimer, Lucrecia, FCE Practice Tests 2, CUP.