Engineering English 2
|Compulsory / Basic Studies
|Bachelor of Engineering
|Year of Study:
|Language of Instruction:
Courses During the Academic Year 2015-2016
|2015-09-01 – 2015-12-31
|2015-08-14 – 2015-09-13
The student can write reports related to the projects in the common core theme and present the project orally and write instructions. S/he can write business letters and professional e-mails in English. S/he understand texts on the field of mechanical engineering and on the common core theme and knows vocabulary in the field as well. S/he can also describe a process in English.
Total work load of the course: 81 h, of which
scheduled studies 42 h
and autonomous studies 39 h
Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses
Technical english I
Business correspondence, presentations, writing reports and instructions; process desciption, texts and vocabulary of the mechanical field.
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.
Grade 5: The student is able to communicate fluently, almost without mistakes, both in speech and in writing in work-related situations. S/he has an extensive vocabulary of the field and understands field-specific texts without difficulty. The student can produce a well-structured and almost faultless project report.
Grade 3: The student knows the essential vocabulary and understands the texts in the field. S/he is able to participate in a work-related conversation, with occasional mistakes and errors in the speech. The student is able to produce a project report or an abstract for it using.
Grade 1: The student knows the basic vocabulary of the field and understands the main points of texts in the field. S/he can follow work discussions and can give a presentation by reading it from the paper. The student is able to produce a satisfactory project report, or an abstract for it, using a template.
Exams, assessment of assignments, continuous assessment, assessment of oral proficiency