Subject: English in Engineering 2 (17 - EJI2L)

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
Knowledge about the most important terms in English for Specific Purposes related to students’ future profession. Developing strategies for understanding foreign language texts. Ability to read and understand original English texts related to various aspects and areas in the field of study. Developing oral and written communication related to these topics using adequate vocabulary and complex sentence structure.
Students acquire a wide vocabulary related to their field of study. They can use professional literature in this field and communicate about professional topics in English, using terms and sentence structures characteristic of their future profession.
Analysis of a number of contemporary texts related to various aspects and topics related to students future profession. Developing strategies for understanding ESP texts such as: skimming, scanning, comparing sources, using context, using background knowledge, etc. Mastering most frequent terms related to students’ future profession. Acquiring language functions such as comparison, classification, describing purpose and function, describing components, cause and effect relations, etc. Most frequent prefixes, suffixes, compounds and collocations. Passive constructions, participle constructions. Reduced relative clauses (active and passive), reduced time clauses (active and passive).
Emphasis is on students’ communicating among themselves and with the teacher. Teaching is done using communicative method of language learning. Exercises are designed in such a way as to aid and check text comprehension and to practice suitable vocabulary and other characteristic elements of ESP. Some of the exercises are purposefully designed to encourage students to use their knowledge of the subject area and make comments and explanations which provide additional language practice.
Glendinning, E.H., McEwan, J.Oxford English for Information Technology2006Oxford University Press, OxfordSerbian language
John EastwoodEnglish Practice Grammar-Intermediate2006Oxford University PressEnglish
Grupa autoraOxford English - Serbian Student Dictionary2006Oxford University Press, OxfordSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes30.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
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Mirović Ivana
Foreign Language Lecturer