English 3 - Academic Presentation KLU (SE)

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Course lecturer:

Mag.a

 Sandra Filipic-Klinar

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Course numberB2.08510.40.010
Course codeENG 3
Curriculum2019
Semester of degree program Semester 4
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits2,0
Language of instruction English

Students are able to understand and use English terminology and concepts related to the field of Technical English (IT and engineering). Moreover, they are able to utilize English for Specific Purposes (ESP) vocabulary and discuss and explain ESP topics. Students will be able to research and present advanced ESP and relevant topics in English. Students can effectively describe, explain and present technical products and processes. Students can express their opinion and provide evidence to support various viewpoints in global business settings (meetings, negotiations, international settings, etc.)

Course contents include the following points:

  • Description of various technical devices (depending on ESP-specific group)
  • Business English: Meetings and discussions
  • Technical product presentation (IT and/or device)
  • Expansion of basic language structure: grammar, vocabulary, punctuation, syntax
  • Technical Terminology review and expansion

Selected Chapters from:

  • J. M. Penn and E. Hanson, Anatomy and physiology for English language learners. White Plains, NY: Pearson Longman, 2006;
  • L. Jones and R. Alexander, New international business English: communication skills in English for business purposes. Workbook: [...], 2., akt. Aufl., Updated ed., 7. pr. Stuttgart: Klett [u.a.], 2008;
  • Glendinning EH, McEwan J. Oxford English for information technology [Medienkombination]. Student's book: [...]. 1. publ., 4. print. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press; 2004. 222 p.;
  • Glendinning EH, McEwan J. Oxford English for electronics. John McEwan: [Student's book]. 8. impr. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press; 2001. 208 p.;
List of recommended Internet dictionaries and additional materials provided by respective lecturer.

Seminar (SE)
Small-group activities, individual presentations to include feedback sessions. Group size limited to 16 students.

  • Classroom participation,
  • presentations,
  • individual assignments and exams