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Englisch C1.2: EAP Advanced Listening/Speaking
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UNIcert III, AfK-Nr. 560

 

"English C1.2: English for Academic Purposes Advanced Listening/Speaking" is part of the “UNIcert® III English for Academic Purposes” module.

 

This course is for students from all academic disciplines with an advanced knowledge of the English language who want to study in an English-speaking country, take courses taught in English at their home university, or conduct their own research in English. It is specifically designed to improve your listening and speaking skills in the foreign language in order to prepare you for studying successfully in an Anglophone or international academic environment. While mainly addressing characteristic features of spoken language in Anglophone academia, this course also aims at cultivating your critical thinking skills. 

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • … apply different listening strategies.
  • … identify and comprehend main ideas and supporting details in academic lectures in the foreign language (macro and micro structure, language, content).
  • … understand as well as use accurate words, academic phrases, and an appropriate register in English based on audience expectations.
  • … give a coherent as well as formally and linguistically adequate academic presentation in English.
  • … summarize, discuss, and debate research fluently, accurately, spontaneously, and critically with other academics (interaction management).

The course will explore a variety of original sources such as lectures, TED Talks, Podcasts etc. from a range of academic disciplines. As the development of listening and speaking skills requires frequent practice, please be prepared to complete a variety of at-home assignments during the semester. Depending on the needs of the participants, brief reviews of particular grammatical aspects can be part of the course.

 

Admission requirement: successful completion of a C1.1-level English course at the ZfbK or level 86-100 in our online placement test
Credit points: 2
Credit requirements: Active participation, completion of at-home assignments, listening exam, short oral presentation.

 

KursnrOffer No.DetailsDetailTagDayZeitTimeOrtLocationZeitraumDurationLeitungGuidancePreisCostBuchungBooking
560UNIcert IIIDi14:00-16:00ZfbK 11715.10.-15.02.Regina Leonie Schmidtentgeltfrei