Esercitazioni linguistiche - Lingua inglese

A.Y. 2019/2020
100
Overall hours
SSD
L-LIN/12
Language
English
Learning objectives
The aim of the practical langauge classes is the acquisition and development of written, oral, and interactive skills. Learning objectives depend on the level of the course, i.e. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year, and rely upon the Common European Framework of Reference for languages. Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR).
Practical langauge classes are non-credit bearing and complement the course.
Expected learning outcomes
The expected learning outcomes are strictly related to the learning objectives for each single year (BA 1st, 2nd, 3rd year; MA 1st, 2nd year).
For every year of the course, the students are expected to be competent in the four skills, i.e. writing, reading, listening and speaking.
The entrance level is stated in the 'Prerequisites for admission' section. The expected outcomes can be found in the Syllabus.
Self-study and homework are essential to develop and consolidate the specific learning outcomes.
Course syllabus and organization

Gruppo 1A (A-C)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
PRACTICAL LANGUAGE CLASSES SYLLABUS
The expected learning outcomes for English Language 1 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: to develop and consolidate language skills at an intermediate level (CEFR B2).
Practical classes are focussed on:

1. Listening comprehension: wide selection of materials on familiar and general topics covering ideas from today's world;
2. Reading comprehension: reading and understanding articles on current issues and short contemporary narrative texts;
3. Oral production and interaction on everyday and general topics extrapolated from texts and films;
4. Writing skills: short paragraph writing.

Materials to be used in practical classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from the Ariel platform).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B1 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 1st-year Ariel platform.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 1 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Farrugia Anthony

Gruppo 1B (D-K)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
PRACTICAL LANGUAGE CLASSES SYLLABUS
The expected learning outcomes for English Language 1 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: to develop and consolidate language skills at an intermediate level (CEFR B2).
Practical classes are focussed on:

1. Listening comprehension: wide selection of materials on familiar and general topics covering ideas from today's world;
2. Reading comprehension: reading and understanding articles on current issues and short contemporary narrative texts;
3. Oral production and interaction on everyday and general topics extrapolated from texts and films;
4. Writing skills: short paragraph writing.

Materials to be used in practical classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from the Ariel platform).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B1 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 1st-year Ariel platform.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 1 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Patat Ellen

Gruppo 1C (L-R)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
PRACTICAL LANGUAGE CLASSES SYLLABUS
The expected learning outcomes for English Language 1 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: to develop and consolidate language skills at an intermediate level (CEFR B2).
Practical classes are focussed on:

1. Listening comprehension: wide selection of materials on familiar and general topics covering ideas from today's world;
2. Reading comprehension: reading and understanding articles on current issues and short contemporary narrative texts;
3. Oral production and interaction on everyday and general topics extrapolated from texts and films;
4. Writing skills: short paragraph writing.

Materials to be used in practical classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from the Ariel platform).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B1 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 1st-year Ariel platform.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 1 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Farrugia Anthony

Gruppo 1D (S-Z)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
PRACTICAL LANGUAGE CLASSES SYLLABUS
The expected learning outcomes for English Language 1 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: to develop and consolidate language skills at an intermediate level (CEFR B2).
Practical classes are focussed on:

1. Listening comprehension: wide selection of materials on familiar and general topics covering ideas from today's world;
2. Reading comprehension: reading and understanding articles on current issues and short contemporary narrative texts;
3. Oral production and interaction on everyday and general topics extrapolated from texts and films;
4. Writing skills: short paragraph writing.

Materials to be used in practical classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from the Ariel platform).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B1 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 1st-year Ariel platform.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 1 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Patat Ellen

Gruppo 2A (A-C)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Practical language classes aim to develop students' receptive and productive skills in English at an advanced level (B2+):
- listening to academic talks and note taking;
- delivering presentations and engaging in discussions on current affairs issues, presenting and arguing specific opinions and points of view
- writing short academic essays on a wide range of topics, arguing against or in favour a claim/position.
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C; D-K; L-R; S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes are held entirely in English. Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Language classes adopt the following learning and teaching activities:
- Inductive teaching activities
- collaborative interaction activities
Bibliography
Williams, J. et al. 2019. Unlock Level 5 Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking. Student's book, Mob App and Online Workbook. Second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
McEwan, I. 2002. Atonement
McEwan, I. 2014. The Children Act
Roth, P. 2001. The Human Stain
Ishiguro, K. 2005. Never Let Me Go.
Atwood M. 1985. The Handmaid's Tale
Proulx, A. 1997. Brokeback Mountain
FILMS:
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Atonement (2007)
Never Let Me Go (2010)
The Children Act (2017)
The Handmaid's Tale TV series


Further information about the instructional materials and the reading list for the course are provided in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are described in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 2B (D-K)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Practical language classes aim to develop students' receptive and productive skills in English at an advanced level (B2+):
- listening to academic talks and note taking;
- delivering presentations and engaging in discussions on current affairs issues, presenting and arguing specific opinions and points of view
- writing short academic essays on a wide range of topics, arguing against or in favour a claim/position.
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C; D-K; L-R; S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes are held entirely in English. Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Language classes adopt the following learning and teaching activities:
- Inductive teaching activities
- collaborative interaction activities
Bibliography
Williams, J. et al. 2019. Unlock Level 5 Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking. Student's book, Mob App and Online Workbook. Second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
McEwan, I. 2002. Atonement
McEwan, I. 2014. The Children Act
Roth, P. 2001. The Human Stain
Ishiguro, K. 2005. Never Let Me Go.
Atwood M. 1985. The Handmaid's Tale
Proulx, A. 1997. Brokeback Mountain
FILMS:
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Atonement (2007)
Never Let Me Go (2010)
The Children Act (2017)
The Handmaid's Tale TV series


Further information about the instructional materials and the reading list for the course are provided in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are described in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 2C (L-R)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Practical language classes aim to develop students' receptive and productive skills in English at an advanced level (B2+):
- listening to academic talks and note taking;
- delivering presentations and engaging in discussions on current affairs issues, presenting and arguing specific opinions and points of view
- writing short academic essays on a wide range of topics, arguing against or in favour a claim/position.
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C; D-K; L-R; S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes are held entirely in English. Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Language classes adopt the following learning and teaching activities:
- Inductive teaching activities
- collaborative interaction activities
Bibliography
Williams, J. et al. 2019. Unlock Level 5 Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking. Student's book, Mob App and Online Workbook. Second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
McEwan, I. 2002. Atonement
McEwan, I. 2014. The Children Act
Roth, P. 2001. The Human Stain
Ishiguro, K. 2005. Never Let Me Go.
Atwood M. 1985. The Handmaid's Tale
Proulx, A. 1997. Brokeback Mountain
FILMS:
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Atonement (2007)
Never Let Me Go (2010)
The Children Act (2017)
The Handmaid's Tale TV series


Further information about the instructional materials and the reading list for the course are provided in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are described in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 2D (S-Z)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Practical language classes aim to develop students' receptive and productive skills in English at an advanced level (B2+):
- listening to academic talks and note taking;
- delivering presentations and engaging in discussions on current affairs issues, presenting and arguing specific opinions and points of view
- writing short academic essays on a wide range of topics, arguing against or in favour a claim/position.
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C; D-K; L-R; S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes are held entirely in English. Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Language classes adopt the following learning and teaching activities:
- Inductive teaching activities
- collaborative interaction activities
Bibliography
Williams, J. et al. 2019. Unlock Level 5 Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking. Student's book, Mob App and Online Workbook. Second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
McEwan, I. 2002. Atonement
McEwan, I. 2014. The Children Act
Roth, P. 2001. The Human Stain
Ishiguro, K. 2005. Never Let Me Go.
Atwood M. 1985. The Handmaid's Tale
Proulx, A. 1997. Brokeback Mountain
FILMS:
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Atonement (2007)
Never Let Me Go (2010)
The Children Act (2017)
The Handmaid's Tale TV series


Further information about the instructional materials and the reading list for the course are provided in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are described in the relevant section of the Lingua inglese 2 course description.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 3A (A-C)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The level to be achieved and the expected learning outcomes for English Language 3 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: that is to say to develop and consolidate language skills at an advanced level (CEFR C1).
Practical language classes are focussed on:
1. Listening comprehension: audio-video files, note-taking, questions/answers;
2. Writing skills: summary and essay writing;
3. Oral interaction and oral presentation: discussion skills based on specific topics (linguistic and socio-cultural contents in popularising texts and academic articles)

Materials to be used in practical language classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from Ariel website).
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C, D-K, L-R, S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 3rd-year Ariel website: relevant sources for oral skills are listed in specific folders, and trace back to audio and video files (interviews, documentaries, presentations).
Writing skills are systematically carried out in practical classes: for self study, Van Geyte, Els, Writing. Learn to write better academic essays, Collins, EAP, Academic Skills Series, 2013, is highly recommended.
For further details, please check sections 4. Course Syllabus and 5. Bibliography in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 3B (D-K)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The level to be achieved and the expected learning outcomes for English Language 3 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: that is to say to develop and consolidate language skills at an advanced level (CEFR C1).
Practical language classes are focussed on:
1. Listening comprehension: audio-video files, note-taking, questions/answers;
2. Writing skills: summary and essay writing;
3. Oral interaction and oral presentation: discussion skills based on specific topics (linguistic and socio-cultural contents in popularising texts and academic articles)

Materials to be used in practical language classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from Ariel website).
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C, D-K, L-R, S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 3rd-year Ariel website: relevant sources for oral skills are listed in specific folders, and trace back to audio and video files (interviews, documentaries, presentations).
Writing skills are systematically carried out in practical classes: for self study, Van Geyte, Els, Writing. Learn to write better academic essays, Collins, EAP, Academic Skills Series, 2013, is highly recommended.
For further details, please check sections 4. Course Syllabus and 5. Bibliography in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Hastings Stephen

Gruppo 3C (L-R)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The level to be achieved and the expected learning outcomes for English Language 3 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: that is to say to develop and consolidate language skills at an advanced level (CEFR C1).
Practical language classes are focussed on:
1. Listening comprehension: audio-video files, note-taking, questions/answers;
2. Writing skills: summary and essay writing;
3. Oral interaction and oral presentation: discussion skills based on specific topics (linguistic and socio-cultural contents in popularising texts and academic articles)

Materials to be used in practical language classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from Ariel website).
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C, D-K, L-R, S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 3rd-year Ariel website: relevant sources for oral skills are listed in specific folders, and trace back to audio and video files (interviews, documentaries, presentations).
Writing skills are systematically carried out in practical classes: for self study, Van Geyte, Els, Writing. Learn to write better academic essays, Collins, EAP, Academic Skills Series, 2013, is highly recommended.
For further details, please check sections 4. Course Syllabus and 5. Bibliography in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 3D (S-Z)

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The level to be achieved and the expected learning outcomes for English Language 3 students are strictly related to the learning objectives: that is to say to develop and consolidate language skills at an advanced level (CEFR C1).
Practical language classes are focussed on:
1. Listening comprehension: audio-video files, note-taking, questions/answers;
2. Writing skills: summary and essay writing;
3. Oral interaction and oral presentation: discussion skills based on specific topics (linguistic and socio-cultural contents in popularising texts and academic articles)

Materials to be used in practical language classes are drawn from original primary sources (to be downloaded from Ariel website).
Students will be divided into four groups, according to their surnames (A-C, D-K, L-R, S-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical language classes will be taught entirely in English.
Students are expected to have a CEFR B2 proficiency level in English to be able to take part in the teaching activities and to complete the assignments.
Teaching methods
Practical classes encourage students to take part in tasks and activities, i.e. class activities and self-study or group activities.
Bibliography
Materials can be dowloaded from the 3rd-year Ariel website: relevant sources for oral skills are listed in specific folders, and trace back to audio and video files (interviews, documentaries, presentations).
Writing skills are systematically carried out in practical classes: for self study, Van Geyte, Els, Writing. Learn to write better academic essays, Collins, EAP, Academic Skills Series, 2013, is highly recommended.
For further details, please check sections 4. Course Syllabus and 5. Bibliography in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus.
Assessement methods and criteria
Assessment methods and criteria are defined and described in the English Language 3 Course Syllabus, section 7. Assessment methods and criteria.
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Hastings Stephen