Course: English for Chemistry - A2+

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Course title English for Chemistry - A2+
Course code JC/CPACD
Organizational form of instruction Lesson
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study 1
Semester Winter and summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction English
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Bezdíčková Zuzana, Mgr.
  • Pospíšilová Linda, Mgr.
  • Mazalová Markéta, Mgr.
  • Lecomte Michelle
  • Boušková Šárka, Mgr.
Course content
Faculty of Chemical Technology. Tenses in English. Job Related Issues. Materials and Their Properties. Atoms and Molecules. Laboratory Equipment. Comparison. Mathematics. Water. Hydrogen. Questions in English. Periodic Table of Elements. Distillation. Standardized didactic test measuring the level of acquisition of the course content.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Dialogic (discussion, interview, brainstorming), Work with text (with textbook, with book), Skills training, Stimulating activities (simulation, games, drama)
Learning outcomes
The goal of the subject is to acquire and expand the knowledge and skills obtained during the previous learning of the English language with an emphasis on technical terminology and grammar structures relevant to the field of study. In the progress of the course, attention is paid to the application of the adopted language instruments and speech skills to the technical language, taking into consideration the needs of the future practice (speaking and writing skills, listening and reading comprehension when working with technical texts)by means of tutored eLearning course in LMS Moodle and through ePortfolio creation in Mahara.
The student understands sentences and frequentlzy used expressions related to the areas concerning him or her and can communicate by means of simple tasks. The target level of the course is A2+.
Prerequisites
The student can participate in simple interaction in the target language and initiate simple statements in the areas of the most urgent needs. The initial level is A2.

Assessment methods and criteria
Didactic test

The credit will be given on the basis of fulfilled term requirements and on the basis of the end-term test.
Recommended literature
  • Bates, M. General Science. Longman, 1992.
  • Ebbing, Gammon. General Chemistry, Houghton Mifflin Company, the U.S.A. 2002.
  • Mindl, Jaromír. Anglicko-český chemický a chemicko-technologický slovník. Pardubice: Univerzita Pardubice, 2007. ISBN 80-7194-878-0.
  • Mindl, Jaromír. Česko-anglický chemický a chemicko-technologický slovník. Pardubice: Univerzita Pardubice, 2007. ISBN 80-7194-879-9.
  • Murphy, R. English Grammar in Use (Essential). . CUP.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Chemical Technology Evaluation and Analysis of Foodstuffs (2015) Food industry and food industry chemistry 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Environment Protection (2016) Ecology and environmental protection 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Farmacochemistry and Medicinal Materials (2014) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Surface Protection of Building and Construction Materials (2015) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Polymeric Materials and Composites (2015) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Polymeric Materials and Composites (2014) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Surface Protection of Building and Construction Materials (2014) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Chemistry and Technical Chemistry (2015) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Chemistry and Technical Chemistry (2016) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Surface Protection of Building and Construction Materials (2016) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Environment Protection (2015) Ecology and environmental protection 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Inorganic Materials (2014) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Polymeric Materials and Composites (2016) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Chemistry and Technical Chemistry (2014) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Evaluation and Analysis of Foodstuffs (2014) Food industry and food industry chemistry 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Laboratory Assistant (2015) Health service 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Inorganic Materials (2015) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Laboratory Assistant (2014) Health service 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Inorganic Materials (2016) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Laboratory Assistant (2016) Health service 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Environment Protection (2014) Ecology and environmental protection 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Farmacochemistry and Medicinal Materials (2015) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Farmacochemistry and Medicinal Materials (2016) Engineering chemistry and chemistry of silicates 1 Summer
Faculty of Chemical Technology Evaluation and Analysis of Foodstuffs (2016) Food industry and food industry chemistry 1 Summer