Englisch C1 - Phase 3
07.05.2020 - 30.06.2020
Dienstags+Donnerstags, 18:00 - 20:30
on this course students are expected to have at least a CEFR C1-2 level. The CEFR C1 level is called Efficient Operational Proficiency.
the main objective of this course is to take the student from the C1-2 to the C1-3 CEFR level.
The students will be aware of grammar at a C1 level and able to use it.
The students will develop a broad, flexible, vocabulary and expand both their productive and passive skills.They will be able to use English for social, academic and professional purposes. The course content will be based on the following themes: Romance and Intellect; Luck and Certainty; Time and Movement; Local and Global. Some of the grammar studied may include the conditional forms, quantifiers and inversions.
a communicative, action-orientated approach will be used in all four skills. There will be emphasis on productive skills through examples and practice.
‘Scaffolding’ or teacher support will be given and gradually reduced throughout the course, for the students to become more autonomous language learners.
The students will be shown specific learning strategies and taught to practice skills which will enable them to deal with C1 level material.
Pair and group work will be used in order to give students maximum practice and speaking time.
The teachers will give constructive feedback on both the students’ written and spoken work.
At the end of the course, participants can receive a graded certificate subject to a minimum of 75% course attendance and passing grades in all four language skills (listening, reading, speaking and writing). The ultimate decision regarding recognition (or non-recognition) of ECTS points (credits) lies with your university’s or institutes’ Study Program Administration [Studienprogrammleitung].
3 ECTS, 3 semester credit hours.
Die Kursunterlagen sind in der Kursgebühr nicht inkludiert und bei Facultas am
Campus , Hof 1.5.4. erhältlich.
Global. Advanced Revised Edition. Units 8-10. ISBN 9783199029809
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