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Guía docente 2012-13 - 83040452 - Inglés instrumental avanzado

TITULACIÓN: LICENCIATURA EN FILOLOGÍA INGLESA Y DIPLOMATURA EN TURISMO
CENTRO: FACULTAD DE HUMANIDADES Y CC. EDUCACIÓN

Programa de la asignatura (LRU)
CURSO ACADÉMICO: 2012-13
GUÍA DOCENTE
1. DATOS BÁSICOS DE LA ASIGNATURA
NOMBRE: Inglés instrumental avanzado
CÓDIGO: 83040452 CURSO ACADÉMICO: 2012-13
TIPO: -
Créditos teóricos: 9.0 Créditos prácticos: 6.0
CURSO: 2 CUATRIMESTRE: PC CICLO: -
WEB: http://dv.ujaen.es/docencia/goto_docencia_crs_19577.html
 
2. DATOS BÁSICOS DEL PROFESORADO
NOMBRE: RAEZ PADILLA, JUAN
IMPARTE: Teoría [Profesor responsable]
DEPARTAMENTO: U115 - FILOLOGÍA INGLESA
ÁREA: 345 - FILOLOGÍA INGLESA
N. DESPACHO: D2 - D2-206 E-MAIL: jraez@ujaen.es TLF: 953213548
TUTORÍAS: https://uvirtual.ujaen.es/pub/es/informacionacademica/tutorias/p/6304
URL WEB: http://www10.ujaen.es/conocenos/departamentos/filing/3420
 
3. DESCRIPTORES SEGÚN B.O.E.

Formación práctica a nivel avanzado en las cuatro destrezas comunicativas, dominio del léxico y del uso del inglés.

Estudio del sistema fónico suprasegmental. 

4. OBJETIVOS DE LA ASIGNATURA

This course provides a logical follow on to the subject Inglés Instrumental Intermedio and provides a further step in expanding and developing not only the student’s knowledge of English, but also its practical application in a variety of different areas.

     It aims to offer students intensive practice in the use of English, moving from an intermediate level (more or less equivalent to Cambridge First Certificate), which is a required level for this course, to one approaching Cambridge Advanced Level by the end of the first term. The second term follows on logically from the first and aims to bring students to a more advanced level through a variety of exercises and activities. These include oral and written expression, as well as listening and reading comprehension. Running parallel to this is the area of phonetics, which includes the sound system as well as stress, rhythm and intonation, which will be dealt with on an integral basis throughout the course.

     Given the increasing lexical and grammatical complexity of the materials used and the variety of exercises typical of this level, as well as the amount of linguistic material to be studied, students will be given considerable practice in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in order to reach the target level. The ongoing exposure to a variety of materials suitable to this level of English should ensure success provided that the student has the required level of English on embarking on this course and is prepared to invest time and effort in all aspects of the subject. The successful completion of this course provides the student with the necessary requirements to continue with a depth philological study of the English language, as well as providing a stepping stone for future study towards Proficiency examinations.    

5. CONTENIDOS

I. Grammar

 

     - Verb tenses: present, future, past and perfect tenses

     - Passive voice; causatives

     - Conditionals

     - Unreal time and subjunctives

     - Modal verbs

     - Inversion

     - Emphasis

     - Reported speech

     - Articles

     - Defining and non-defining relative clauses

     - Gerunds and infinitives

     - Prepositions

     - Phrasal verbs

     - Linking words and phrases

     - Punctuation and spelling

 

II. Vocabulary areas

 

     - Food; health; body

     - Animals; conservation issues; the natural world

     - Language learning; books and reading; education

     - People and relationships; personal qualities

     - The performing arts; entertainment; leisure activities

     - Memory; information technology

     - Taste; art and design; culture

     - Media and advertising

     - World of work; recruitment/job applications

     - Travel and tourism

 

III. Functions

 

     - Descriptions

     - Expressing wishes and regrets

     - Asking, giving and exchanging opinions

     - Expressing agreement or disagreement

     - Discussing pros and cons

     - Expressing likes and dislikes

     - Asking and giving advice

     - Asking and giving permission

     - Making and answering suggestions

     - Talking together about a visual prompt

     - Negotiating and selecting

     - Writing: summary, letter, article, report, review, proposal, essay

     - Different registers

6. ACTIVIDADES EN QUE SE ORGANIZA
SIN DOCENCIA
7. BIBLIOGRAFÍA BÁSICA
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8. BIBLIOGRAFÍA COMPLEMENTARIA
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9. PROCEDIMIENTO DE EVALUACIÓN

Final exam (100%)

10. CRITERIOS DE EVALUACIÓN

The final exam consists of the following parts:

 

     - Part 1: Use of English (grammar and vocabulary)

     - Part 2: Reading comprehension

     - Part 3: Writing

     - Part 4: Listening and dictation

     - Part 5: Speaking