Subject: English 2 (12 - BMI81)


Basic Information

CategoryAcademic-general educative
Scientific or art field:English
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS2
Native organizations units

Department of Fundamentals Sciences
Course specification

Course is active from 24.10.2012..

Mastering the most important terms related to the students’ future occupation. Development of the strategies for learning and understanding English for biomedical engineering. Listening and reading practice of original English texts from various sources related to certain aspects of their future occupation. The development of oral and written communication related to these topics using appropriate vocabulary and more complex sentence structures.
Students have obtained a corpus of terms related to science, technology and their field of study. So they can successfully deal with a variety of references in this area and communicate topics in English using terms and sentence structures distinctive to the language of their future profession.
Linguistic processing of up-to-date technical articles in English related to different aspects and areas of students’ studies. Developing a strategy for understanding specialized texts such as: skimming, scanning, comparing sources, using context, using background knowledge, etc. . Mastering common terms associated with the profession. Adopting language functions such as comparison, classification, presentation of purposes or functions, describing components, cause and effect relationships and the like. Students practice the usage of the most common prefixes, suffixes, compound words and collocations as well as passive voice, present and past participial. Contracted relative sentences (active and passive), time sentences (active and passive).
The emphasis is on students’ activities during the teaching procedure, their interaction with the teacher and each other as well. Application of communicative approach in English language teaching activity considers exercises that are designed to facilitate and test comprehension as well as practice appropriate occupational vocabulary and other distinctive features of the language of profession. Some of the exercises are prepared so as to encourage students using the knowledge of the field of their studies through comments and explanations and thus, additionally practice and develop their language skills
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
E. Glendinning, N. GlendinningOxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering 2008OUPEnglish
Šafranj, J.Engleski jezik za biomedicinsko inženjerstvo2014skripta, FTNSerbian/English language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes40.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Šafranj Jelisaveta
Associate Professor

Lectures
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Katić Marina

Lectures