|SCHOOL||AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY SCIENCES|
|COURSE TITLE||ΕNGLISH I|
|INDEPENDENT TEACHING ACTIVITIES
|TEACHING HOURS PER WEEK||ECTS|
|COURSE TYPE||General Background|
|LANGUAGE (TEACHING AND EXAMS)||Greek and English|
|THE COURSE IS OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS||NO|
|COURSE WEBSITE (URL)||https://eclass.duth.gr/courses/OPE02208/|
- TEACHING OUTCOMES
|Upon successful completion of the course students will be able:
|Teaching language involves the development of the following skills:
Extension of students’ communicative strategies repertoire in English as a Foreign Language beyond how they can already communicative in their first language,
Skillful use of a foreign language on the students’ part to search for, discover and understand information related to their educational needs and interests as well as their communicative preferences,
The development of the ability on the students’ part to recognize the value of different thinking modes, ways of expression of human experiences and the use of appropriate linguistic means for communication purposes among people of foreign socio-cultural formations,
The development of a level of ‘language awareness’,
The ability on the students’ part to function as a mediator between monolingual individuals and groups,
The ability on the students’ part to assume a wide range of roles in relevant communicative situations using English as a Foreign Language.
Use and knowledge on the students’ part of socio-cultural issues, institutions, values and codes of linguistic behaviour while using English as a Foreign Language.
- COURSE CONTENT
|The course involves study of:
¨ Introduction to the English Tenses (Theory & Practice)
¨ Passive Voice (Theory & Practice)
¨ Conditionals (Theory & Practice)
¨ Reported Speech (Theory & Practice)
¨ Unreal Past & Wishes (Theory & Practice)
¨ Use of Gerund and Infinitive
¨ Modal Verb Patterns
¨ Nouns and Adjectives in English
- TEACHING AND LEARNING ASSESSMENT METHODS
|DELIVERING METHOD||In classroom|
|IT USE||§ Power point, videos
§ instructor’s website
|TEACHING ORGANIZATION||Activity||Semester workload
(25-hour workload per credit unit)
|In order to pass this course, each student must complete all a 2-hour final written examination at the end of the semester.|
- PROPOSED LITERATURE
|Anagnostou, P. (2010). Useful Notes and Exercises of the Most Commonly Used Chapters of the English Grammar. Grigoris.
Mann, M. & Knowles-Taylor, S. (2007). Destination C1 & C2 Grammar and Vocabulary. Macmillan
Vince, M. & Sunderland, P. (2003). Advanced Language Practice. Macmillan.
Vince, M. (1994). Advanced Language Practice. Heinemann.