|Vyučováno v||Winter and summer|
|Cvičící||Dana Saláková, Petra Jennings|
The course is aimed for students, employees of the Faculty and the public whose knowledge of English corresponds to B1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The course focuses on improving all language skills - writing, speaking, reading, listening, grammar and phonetics - and is submitted to the goal of obtaining the required skills needed for B2 CEFR.
Course objective: The course focuses on developing and practising language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).
Week 1 A new look
Reading: Gapped text; Grammar: Present and Past habit; Vocabulary: Fashion
Week 2 A new look
Use of English: Error correction, word transformation, Exam focus; Vocabulary 2, 3; Listening: Exam focus; Speaking 1
Week 3 A new look
Grammar: Participle clauses; Speaking: Stressing key information; Writing: Report; Review
Week 4 Use your brain
Listening: Sentence completion; Error correction
Week 5 Use your brain
Grammar: Obligation, necessity and permission; it is, there is, Vocabulary: Expressions with mind; Reading: M-ch questions
Week 6 Use your brain
Vocabulary: Education; Reading: Multiple matching; Speaking: Exam focus; Writing: Article; Progress test 6 - 10
Week 7 Hard at work
Speaking: Personality quiz; Listening: Exam focus; Vocabulary: Employment; Grammar: Ability and possibility
Week 8 Hard at work
Reading: Multiple matching; Grammar: Conditionals; Vocabulary: Numbers and money
Week 9 Hard at work
Listening: Multiple- choice; Open cloze; Speaking: Exam focus
Writing: Letter of application; Review
Week 10 Strange but true
Reading1; Writing: Making your writing more interesting; Vocabulary: Crime and punishment; Speaking; Listening
Week 11 Strange but true
Grammar: Passives; Listening: Song
Reading: Exam focus, gapped text
Week 12 Strange but true
Vocabulary: Nouns linked by of; Grammar: have/get sth done; Multiple-choice cloze; Writing: Story; Review
Week 13 Exam Maximizer
Revision Lessons 9 - 12
Week 14 Final credit test, analysis of errors, Credits
Students are expected to attend classes, work actively during lessons and prepare independently their home assignments, including essays.They are due to take the final credit test test and get at least 60% of total points.
Other requirements will be specified in detail by the teacher during the first lesson of the term. The teacher is allowed to supplement or change his/her requirements or programme of the lessons.
Materials: Newbrook, Jacky; Wilson, Judith; Acklam, Richard
New First Certificate GOLD Coursebook (Longman, 2007) Unit 9 - 12