Subject: English in Engineering 1 (06 - EJEI1)

Basic Information

CategoryAcademic-general educative
Scientific or art field:English
Native organizations units

Department of Fundamentals Sciences
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2005..

Precondition courses

Course idMandatoryMandatory
English Language – Upper IntermediateYesYes

Course which have preconditioned courses English in Engineering 1

Course idMandatoryMandatory
English in Engineering 2YesYes
Mastering the most significant terms related to the profession and major. Developing strategies for understanding the foreign language text. Enabling students to read and understand original English texts from different sources related to numerous aspects and fields of electrical engineering. Developing oral and written communication related to these topics while using the adequate vocabulary and complex sentence structures.
Students know a wide range of vocabulary terms related to the field of study. They can read versatile literature in this field and communicate about those topics in the English language using the terms and sentence structures typical for the language of their future profession.
Processing contemporary professional texts in English, related to different aspects in the field of electrical engineering profession. Developing strategies for understanding professional texts such as: skimming, scanning, comparing sources, using context, using background knowledge etc. Mastering the common terms related to the profession and major. Adopting the language functions such as: comparison, classification, expressing purpose or function, describing the constituents, causal connections and such. The most common prefixes, suffixes, compound words and collocations. Passive voice, participial constructions. Short forms of relative sentences (active and passive), short forms in different tenses (active and passive).
The emphasis is placed on student activities during the class, their interaction with the teacher and between themselves. The communicative approach is used in the lectures. Practice is designed to make it easier to understand the text as well as to practice particular vocabulary and other typical features of the professional language. Some exercises are designed to encourage students to further practice their language skills using the wider knowledge in the field of study through comments and explanations.
John EastwoodOxford Practice Grammar, Intermediate2006OUPEnglish
Eric Glendinning, John McEwanOxford English in Electronics1993OUPEnglish
Grupa autoraOxford English - Serbian Dictionary2006OUPEnglish
Popić i dr.Naučno tehnički rečnik1989Privredni pregled, BeogradSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes40.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Mirović Ivana
Foreign Language Lecturer

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Bogdanović Vesna
Assistant Professor

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Šafranj Jelisaveta
Associate Professor

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Katić Marina

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Gak Dragana
Senior Foreign Language Lecturer