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Бакалавриат 2020/2021

Практический курс английского языка: грамматика, фонетика, практика устной и письменной речи

Лучший по критерию «Полезность курса для Вашей будущей карьеры»
Направление: 45.03.02. Лингвистика
Когда читается: 2-й курс, 1-4 модуль
Формат изучения: без онлайн-курса
Язык: английский
Кредиты: 12

Course Syllabus

Abstract

The course leads students towards the C1 level according to CEFR in all aspects and skills. The course covers a wide range of topics, and students are involved in a variety of activities that let them progress in both productive and receptive skills. Students will have the opportunity to engage with longer and denser texts of various genres and registers. They will be able to develop their social and academic competencies as the course implies group, pair and project work.
Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • The principle goal of is formation of universal and professional competencies (including instrumental and social and personal competencies), defined in the Education Standard of HSE in the field of study 45.03.02 “Linguistics”.
Expected Learning Outcomes

Expected Learning Outcomes

  • - Correctly use perfect forms in speaking and writing
  • - Use topical vocabulary in speaking and writing
  • - Use vocabulary to describe recovery and change
  • - Use binomials, structures for emphasis, reinforcement and exemplification
  • - Listen to texts at C1 level for gist, for detail and for specific information;
  • - Read texts at C1 level for gist, for detail and for specific information;
  • - Use cleft sentences in speaking
  • - Use vocabulary to speak about society and culture, household objects
  • - Use structures for generalisation in speaking
  • - Use argumentation in a discursive essay
  • - Apply learning strategies to support reading and listening;
  • - Make notes when reading authentic texts;
  • - Use active vocabulary and structures to produce written and spoken texts;
  • - Use C1 vocabulary and structures in speaking and writing;
  • - Use would for different grammatical purposes
  • - Use vocabulary to describe people and relationships
  • - Write a newspaper article
  • - Give impressions in speaking
  • - Speak at lengths (1.5-2 mins) on the topic given;
  • - Be able to support an opinion;
  • - Use linking devices for coherence and cohesion.
  • - Use noun phrases in speaking and writing
  • - Use vocabulary to describe books and films
  • - Be able to comment on, write a review
  • - Use samples for writing and speaking;
  • - Participate in a dialogue using phrases for emphasis and reinforcement, agreement and disagreement, asking for information, expressing opinion, backtracking and correcting, etc.;
  • - Plan and execute independent work;
  • - Correctly use conditionals in speaking and writing
  • - Use vocabulary to describe consequences
  • - Use structures for reinforcement and exemplification
  • - Write a summary of an article
  • - Structure and write a summary;
  • - Use wish/ if only for different grammatical purposes
  • - Use structures for argumentation
  • - Use metaphors in speech
  • - Use structures for defending and excusing
  • - Plan, structure, create and edit a range of written products such as essays, reviews, magazine articles;
  • - Describe an experience;
  • - Use passive structures in speaking and writing
  • - Be able to use word formation
  • - Be able to describe statistics
  • - Express surprise and disbelief in speaking
  • - Be able to write a report
  • - Take notes when listening to authentic texts;
  • - Manage time and resources
  • - Correctly use auxiliaries in speaking and writing
  • - Be able to describe scenery;
  • - Be able to describe communication
  • - Use compound adjectives
  • - Use emphatic tags in speaking
  • - Use monolingual dictionaries, thesauruses, and dictionaries of collocations;
  • - Correctly use continuous forms in speaking and writing
  • - Use adverb-adjective collocations
  • - Use structures to make deductions
  • - Write a letter of application/ a covering letter
  • - Distinguish between the main idea and supporting details.
  • - Use assessment criteria when executing a task;
  • - Correctly use modals in speaking and writing
  • - Use nouns based on phrasal verbs
  • - Use vague language in speaking
  • - Writing a letter of complaint
  • - Use self- and peer-assessment;
  • - Correctly use linking words and phrases in speaking and writing
  • - Use structures for alliteration
  • - Create irony and humour in speaking
  • - Correctly use inversion in speaking and writing
  • - Describe personal histories and historical events
  • - Be able to use similes in speech
  • - Use contextualised questions in speaking
  • Know the grammatical structure of the target language;
  • Be able to choose and use properly categorial forms and other grammatical means in the process of communication;
  • Be able to analyse the structural and meaningful architectonics of the text broadly and on the level of its microstructures;
  • Have skills to choose and use various grammatical patterns and techniques in the translation from/to the native/target language to achieve the ultimate communicative effect considering the character of the translated text;
  • Know fundamental concepts and terms of grammar;
  • Have skills to create oral and written discourse in the target language;
  • Have skills to use different language means to achieve a communicative purpose.
Course Contents

Course Contents

  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 1. Cities.
    The students will have developed the awareness of the problems cities face and possible solutions to these problems;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 2. Culture and identity-
    The students will have developed the awareness of the cultural and psychological roots of urban myths; the meaning of culture, cultural markers and cultural identity;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 3. Relationships.
    What influences relationships between people; culturally determined features of relationships;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 4. Entertainment.
    Peculiarities of cultural life in different countries;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 5. Politics
    Characteristic features of political systems; public attitude towards politics in different countries;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 6. Conflicts
    How people behave in emergency;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 7. Science and research
    Scientific achievements and the problems modern science faces;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 8. Nature
    Natural world and the issues it is facing;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 9. Work
    The world of work and its legal regulations; business and management in the modern world;
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 10. Health and Illness
    Describe different medical and surgical procedures; describe medical conditions and their symptoms
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 11. Play
    Various sports and their rules; explain how to play different games
  • 2nd year. Practical Course of the First Foreign Language: Grammar, Phonetics, Speech Practice. Topic 12. History
    Some key historical events and personalities; describe key events in people's lifes
  • 2nd year, Practical Grammar, Module 2
    Predicate. Agreement between the Subject and the Predicate. Word Order. Inversion (full, partial, grammatical, stylistic). Punctuation.
  • 2nd year, Practical Grammar, Module 1
    Pronouns (12 classes). Syntax. Sentence (structural classification and classification according to the purpose of utterance). Members of a Sentence. Subject.
Assessment Elements

Assessment Elements

  • non-blocking Participation
    The teacher assesses the students’ work in class: participation in class discussions, role-plays, written tasks fulfillment, active vocabulary and grammar acquisition tasks, quizzes, etc. The teacher also assesses homework completion, self-study tasks completion, and classroom participation. The grades for these types of activities are recorded in the register (decimal system: 0-10), and the mean is calculated at the end of the year – O aud .Оaud = Ʃ Оaudl i /n
  • non-blocking Oral
    The students deliver a monologue and present a dialogue (the teacher may choose to do one dialogue per two or three units) at the end of each unit. All these marks are added up, the average is calculated and rounded: Оoral = Ʃ Оoral i /n
  • non-blocking Test
    The grade for ongoing assessment is calculated as the mean of the 4 tests, one at the end of each module: Оtest = Ʃ Оtest i /n (n=4).
  • non-blocking Self-study
    Students complete extended listening and reading tasks after covering each unit on a self-study basis. The mean of the marks is calculated at the end of the year: Оself-study = Ʃ Оself-study i /n.
  • non-blocking Exam
    The examination is a written test. The demo version are in Appendix 1. The marks are rounded down from 0.5 and up from 0.6. 80 points – maximum Оwritten exam = Оnumber of correct answers * 10 /80 The examination in Practical Grammar in Module 2 will be held in LMS. To do this, students need to have access to the site https://lms.hse.ru/, as well as a login and a password to enter. Headphones and a microphone are not required. Students can enter the platform well in advance, but the assignments must be started at the set time. Students, who start the test earlier than the specified time, causing the system to crash, will receive 0 points for the whole test. If during the writing of the test, the Internet does not work for some time, the student continues the test until the connection is restored. If the connection does not resume, the student takes screenshots of their answers, written in the absence of Internet connection, and sends them to the teacher. If the answers for the task on translation overlap for 80% or more among different students of one group, 0 points are awarded for this task to all the students who have such a coincidence. Any applications sent after the end of the test writing time will not be accepted.
  • non-blocking Grammar M1
    Grammar M1 element is comprised by the following aspects: О = 0,05*Оtests + 0,05*Оcontact work + 0,05*ОLMS + 0,1*Оfinal test
  • non-blocking Grammar M2
    Grammar M1 element is comprised by the following aspects: О = 0,2*Оtests + 0,2*Оcontact work + 0,1*ОLMS + 0,5*Оfinal test
  • non-blocking Exam
Interim Assessment

Interim Assessment

  • Interim assessment (2 module)
    0.5 * Exam + 0.25 * Grammar M1 + 0.25 * Grammar M2
  • Interim assessment (4 module)
    0.3 * Exam + 0.2 * Oral + 0.2 * Participation + 0.1 * Self-study + 0.2 * Test
Bibliography

Bibliography

Recommended Core Bibliography

  • Грамматика современного английского языка : учебник для вузов, Крылова, И. П., Гордон, Е. М., 2017
  • Евсюкова Е. Н., Рутковская Г. Л., Тараненко О. И. - АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК. READING AND DISCUSSION 2-е изд., испр. и доп. Учебное пособие для вузов - М.:Издательство Юрайт - 2019 - 147с. - ISBN: 978-5-534-07996-8 - Текст электронный // ЭБС ЮРАЙТ - URL: https://urait.ru/book/angliyskiy-yazyk-reading-and-discussion-438983
  • Синтаксис английского языка : от слова к тексту : учеб. пособие, Сергеева, Ю. М., Сыресина, И. О., 2018

Recommended Additional Bibliography

  • Комаров А.С. - A Practical Grammar of English for Students. Практическая грамматика английского языка для студентов: учеб.пособие - Издательство "ФЛИНТА" - 2017 - 243с. - ISBN: 978-5-89349-848-6 - Текст электронный // ЭБС ЛАНЬ - URL: https://e.lanbook.com/book/100033
  • Маньковская, З.В. Английский язык в ситуациях повседневного делового общения : учеб. пособие / З.В. Маньковская. — Москва : ИНФРА-М, 2019. — 223 с. — (Высшее образование: Бакалавриат). - ISBN 978-5-16-005065-2 (print); ISBN 978-5-16-105422-2 (online). - Текст : электронный. - URL: http://znanium.com/catalog/product/995410