|Compulsory / Basic Studies
|Bachelor of Engineering
|Year of Study:
|Language of Instruction:
Courses During the Academic Year 2016-2017
|2017-01-09 – 2017-04-30
|2016-12-12 – 2017-01-16
The student has sufficient skills i Swedish to manage in various situations in working life and Swedish skills that are required of officials in bilingual areas. S/he understands technical texts in the field of mechanical engineering and manages in Swedish language in various speaking situations, e.g. presenting a company or a product. S/he can also write short reports in Swedish. S/he also understands the significance of language skills and internationality in working life.
Total work load 108 h, of which 56 scheduled studies and 52 h autonomous studies
Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses
Preparatory Swedish or secondary education Swedish
Oral and written communication needed in mechanical engineer's work, e.g. telephoning situations, company/product presentation and business correspondence. Texts and vocabulary in the field of mechanical engineering. Reporting of a project in Swedish related to one of the study units in the common core theme.
Recommended or Required Reading and Other Learning Resources/Tools
Material compiled by the teacher
Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Contact teaching, home assignments and independent studying.
The student manages well in various work-related situations and uses structures correctly. The student knows an extensive vocabulary of the field. The student has a positive attitude towards language learning.
Grade 3: The student manages satisfactorily in most usual work-related situations and uses structures and phrases, with occasional mistakes. The student uses the vocabulary leartn during the study unit. The attitude totards language learning is positive.
Grade 1: The student is able to participate in most usual work-related situations ja uses simple structures and single words in communications. The student knows part of the vocabulary leartn during the study unit. The student has a positive attitude towards language learning.
Exams, continuous assessment and active participation in contact teaching.