Subject: English in Engineering 1 (17 - EJI1L)

Basic Information

CategoryAcademic-general educative
Scientific or art field:Anglistika i jezik struke
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Course specification

Course is active from 11.09.2017..

Precondition courses

Course idMandatoryMandatory
English Language - ElementaryYesYes
Acquiring knowledge about the basics of English for Specific Purposes related to students’ future profession. Students read a selection of engineering and scientific texts covering different areas of computing and control engineering or geodesy in order to learn professional terms in accordance with definitions, classifications, terms and notions adopted by contemporary European and international standards. The knowledge of the English language is expanded by including new vocabulary, compounds, use of prefixes and suffixes, grammatical and syntax structures characteristic of English for specific purposes in this area.
Students acquire enough knowledge and skills to use professional English in simple communication with clients, colleagues and employers.
A selection of texts from professional engineering areas. Systematization of verb tenses, conditional sentences, direct and indirect speech, passive.
Teaching is done using the communicative method of language learning. After a short introduction about a topic, students read the text and find out the meaning of any new words they might encounter. This is followed by a discussion about the topics mentioned in the text and the conclusions offered there. A part of the class is devoted to learning and practicing new vocabulary through oral and written exercises as well as to revision and expansion of knowledge related to certain grammar structures. Students are encouraged to communicate in English through group discussions and pair work.
Comfort, J., Hick, S., Savage, A.Basic Technical English2002Oxford University Press, OxfordSerbian language
Popić, R. i dr.Naučno-tehnički rečnik : englesko-srpskohrvatski : 80.000 terminoloških jedinica1989Privredni pregled, BeogradSerbian language
Eastwood, J.English Practice Grammar-Intermediate2006Oxford University PressSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes30.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Mirović Ivana
Foreign Language Lecturer

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Katić Marina
Foreign Language Lecturer

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Zivlak Jelena
Foreign Language Lecturer