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Código10238Descripción
Crdts. Teor.2Desarrollo y consolidación de las principales estructuras del lenguaje científico-técnico. Nivel avanzado
Crdts. Pract.2,5
A efectos de intercambios en programas de movilidad, la carga de esta asignatura equivale a 5,62 ECTS.


Departamentos y Áreas
DepartamentosÁreaCrdts. Teor.Crdts. Pract.Dpto. Respon.Respon. Acta
FILOLOGÍA INGLESAFILOLOGIA INGLESA22,5


Estudios en los que se imparte
Ingeniería de Caminos, Canales y Puertos. Plan 2005


Pre-requisitos
Sin incompatibles


Incompatibilidades de matrícula por contenidos equivalentes
Sin Datos


Matriculados (2011-12)
Grupo (*)Número
1 53
TOTAL 53
(*) 1: GRUPO 1 - CAS


Ofertada como libre elección (2011-12)
Número máximo de alumnos: Sin límite
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Horario (2011-12)
ModoGrupo (*)Día inicioDía finDíaHora inicioHora finAula
CLASE TEÓRICA 1 13/09/2011 23/12/2011 M 15:00 16:30 A2/D24
CLASE PRÁCTICA (LRU) 1 13/09/2011 23/12/2011 M 16:30 18:00 A2/D24
(*) CLASE TEÓRICA
1: GRUPO 1 - CAS
(*) CLASE PRÁCTICA (LRU)
1: GRUPO PRACTICAS 10238 - CAS


Grupos de matricula (2011-12)
Grupo (*)CuatrimestreTurnoIdiomaDistribución (letra nif)
1 1er. T CAS desde - hasta -
(*) 1: GRUPO 1 - CAS


Objetivos de las asignatura / competencias (2011-12)
To promote active use of the English language required in engineering contexts through a variety of oral and written tasks designed to enhanced students ability to communicate efficiently and accurately.
To develop theoretical and practical knowledge of linguistic issues (Grammar and Vocabulary) common in technical English
To develop the skill of reading for information in English to be able to apply in extensive reading on Civil Engineering issues
To develop the skill of listening for information in English on technical aspects
To develop the skill of translating into Spanish texts of technical content
To learn how to write sentences effectively.


Contenidos teóricos y prácticos (2011-12)
The course is divided into two main parts to which some hints on oral presentations are added. They are identified as Section 1: Basics and, section 2: Core. Every two units a longer reading will be provided to perform diverse activities to enhance reading abilities.

Section 1: the Basics
Section 1.1 Numbers and Operations with Numbers;
Section1.2 Describing Objects, Shapes and Dimensions;
Reading Assignment
Section 1.3 Describing Angles, Reading basic and more complex Formulae;
Section 1.4 Describing Position, Movement and Action;
Reading Assignment
Section 1.5 Describing Qualities of Materials; Colours and Appearance.

Section 2: the Core
Section 2.1 Describing technical functions and Applications; Explaining how technology works;
Reading Assignment
Section 2.2 Describing specific materials; Categorising materials
Section 2.3 Describing component shapes and features; Explaining and assessing manufacturing techniques;
Reading Assignment
Section 2.4 Working with drawings and diagrams; Resolving design problems.
Section 2.5 Describing types of technical problems; Assessing and Interpreting faults; Discussing repairs and maintenance.
Reading Assignment


Más información
Profesor/a responsable
AMILBURU OSINAGA , ANA MARÍA


Metodología docente (2011-12)
Clases teóricas y prácticas
SYLLABUS This course will meet for three hours per week in the first semester. Students will have one textbook (Cambridge English for Engineering, Cambridge University Press) which will be used for grammar presentation, reading material, listening, exercises and writing assignments. Additional material on specific topics will be provided by the lecturer in the class sessions and in the LMS (Learning Management System).




Tipo de actividades: teóricas y prácticas
Otras
Internet using the LMS (Learning Management System).
METHODOLOGY Students are expected to do a reasonable amount of preparation at home (including the writing assignments) so that class time may be dedicated to consolidation of the knowledge acquired and more practical activities. Communication activities will provide an opportunity for students to interact in pairs or groups using language in a freer, more creative way. As part of the course work and in order to develop listening comprehension skills, students will be required to spend time working with listening texts, videos and interactive lexical and grammatical exercises in the LMS. They will do follow-up activities (comprehension and summing-up exercises, essays, etc.) and the completed activities will be handed in, recorded, or sent using a new learning management system (LMS) called Moodle. All the assignments, exercises, etc., will have to be completed before the end of December. Students in this course are required to do a lot reading, writing and listening. Reading English essays, watching English speaking documentaries, and news programmes will be some of the activities which students will have to do on their own in order to reach the required level (B1)


Profesores (2011-12)
Grupo Profesor/a
TEORIA DE 102381AMILBURU OSINAGA, ANA MARÍA
CLASE PRÁCTICA (LRU) DE 102381AMILBURU OSINAGA, ANA MARÍA
Enlaces relacionados
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Bibliografía

Cambridge English for Engineering: student`s book with audio CDs (2)
Autor(es):Mark Ibbotson
Edición:Dades no disponibles.
ISBN:9780521715188
Recomendado por:AMILBURU OSINAGA, ANA (*1)
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Passport to academic presentations : student`s book
Autor(es):BELL, Douglas
Edición:Reading : Garnet Publishing, 2008.
ISBN:978-1-85964-400-3
Recomendado por:AMILBURU OSINAGA, ANA (*1)
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(*1) Este profesor ha recomendado el recurso bibliográfico a todos los alumnos de la asignatura.
Fechas de exámenes oficiales (2011-12)
ConvocatoriaGrupo (*)fechaHora inicioHora finAula(s) asignada(s)Observ:
Periodo ordinario para asignaturas de primer semestre -1 20/01/2012 15:00 18:00 EP/S-12M
EP/S-08M
EP/0-23G
EP/0-26M
EP/0-22M
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Periodo extraordinario de julio -1 03/07/2012 11:30 14:30 A2/Z13 -
(*) 1: GRUPO 1 - CAS


Instrumentos y criterios de evaluación (2011-12)
Evaluación continua, examen final
Assessment will be an ongoing process taking into account class participation, tests and grades obtained in the LMS. There will be only one final exam at the end of the course, covering all four language skills.
Marks will be worked out in the following way: Active class participation, 15%; Project, 15%; Assignments and exercises in the LMS, 20%; Written test, 50% (Reading Comprehension, 20%; grammar and vocabulary -use of English- 15%; Listening Comprehension Test, 15%). Students must pass the Written test in order to be assessed.