English for Drama in Education - Upper-Intermediate 2
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Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Ability to communicate in complex situations.
Ability to lead discussions on abstract topics.
Vocabulary of the study area.
Mode of study
Readings and text analysis, listenings, presentation and practice of grammar and lexical structures, moderated discussions, independent presentation.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Lower level (B2/1) English knowledge is required.
Development of all language skills
Speaking: forming and defending opinions, assessing arguments, proposing resolutions, expressing feelings
Writing a CV and motivation letter
Understanding standard speech, news and films
Reading comprehension texts in the study, current newspaper and magazine articles.
Complex grammar: Conditional sentences, modal verbs in the past, verb phrases, articles, word formation, linking phrases
Terminology of the study areas.
Recommended or required reading
DAVIS, D. Acting in Classroom Drama. Calendar Island Publishers, Portland, Maine
HEWINGS, M. Advanced Grammar in Use. CUP, 2002. ISBN 0-521-49868-6
SOARS, L. and J. New Headway Advanced. OUP, 2008. ISBN 0-19-436931-5
SPOLIN, V. Theatres Games For the Classroom. Northwestern University Press, Illinois, 1991
Assessment methods and criteria
This course is concluded with an exam.
Conditions for sitting the test are:
completion of assignments
The exam has written and oral sections.
The written test (approx: 60min.) contains reading comprehension, listening, grammar and vocabulary sections.
The oral part is comprised of translation, analysis, or reproduction of a trade text of about 10 pages which the student prepares after consultation with the instructor prior to the test. A conversation follows on a study project topic.
If the student is unable to attend instruction because of extenuating circumstances (internship, competitions, serious health problems), the instructor must be contacted to supply the materials and set a appointment for consultation. Otherwise, the student may not receive credit nor sit a test.
No schedule has been prepared for this course