|type of classes||lektorat;|
|method of learning outcomes verification||
Assessment of students’ participation in classes, tests on vocabulary and grammar structures and a final test.
• Cognitive aim: A student improves on all basic language skills, such as listening, reading, speaking and writing and can describe issues in the field of arts, art history and his/her subject of study.
A student shows knowledge of art styles and their artistic traditions and knows connections and relations between theoretical and practical elements related to his/her subject of study.
• Educational aim: A student develops the skill of practical usage of general English and specialized English in the field of arts and his/her subject of study and can use it in work environment or in the further course of study.
A student is prepared for cooperating and working with other people in the framework of team work and has the ability of preparing typical pieces of writing and oral presentations on detailed issues in the field of arts and uses basic theoretical conceptualizations and other sources.
• Practical aim: A student can formulate opinions, create oral utterances and participate in discussions actively.
A student understands the need of lifelong learning and has the ability of self-assessment, constructive criticism towards actions of others, reflection on social, scientific and ethical aspects related to his/her own work.
|short subject description||
Classes aim at preparation of students for taking an examination at B2+ level in general English and specialized English in the field of arts and a given subject of study. A student masters language correctness and can use learned skills in everyday communication situations in a foreign language and formulates sentences specialized in the field of arts in his/her work environment or in the further course of study.
|form of classes||
Foreign language course – laboratory, conversation classes, discussions, text analysis, team work, individual work
|subject area coverage||
classes developing all language skills and covering vocabulary related to social issues and the subject of study. Grammatical forms: unless, as long as, provided, syntax, reported speech and conditional sentences. Speaking: persuasion, admitting that somebody is right, describing a situation and a phenomenon. Skimming and scanning. A semester ends with a test on all language skills development.
|evaluation form||credit with grading;|
Christina Latham-Koenig and Clive Oxenden: English File Upper-intermediate, Third Edition, Oxford University Press, 2015
Christina Latham-Koenig and Clive Oxenden: English File Advanced, Third Edition, Oxford University Press, 2015
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||
English language command at B1 level confirmed by entry test results assessing student’s knowledge
A student understands standard utterances and frequently used phrases, can communicate in majority of typical communication situations which require direct information exchange on known and typical subjects.