English for Drama in Education 5
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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, preparation and analysis of one's own written text, discussions.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Lower level (B1) English knowledge is required.
Development of language skills: reading comprehension in the students study.
Grammar: Passive voice with two objects, present perfect simple and continuous, phrasal verbs, past perfect simple and continuous, relative clauses.
Recommended or required reading
KOLLMANNOVÁ, L. Angličtina nejen pro samouky. Praha: LEDA, 2005, ISBN 80-85927-02-0. Určeno především k samostudiu
MURPHY,R. New English Grammar in Use. CUP, 2006. ISBN O-521-53762-2
SOARS, J. and L. New Headway English Course, Intermediate. OUP, 2008. ISBN 0-19-470223-5
SPOLIN V. Theatres Games For the Classroom. Northwestern University Press, Illinois, 1991
Assessment methods and criteria
Active participation in class.
Completion of assignments.
Completion of the final test.
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