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|Name of lecturer:
||Gabriel Dan Bărbuleț
||Gabriel Dan Bărbuleț
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Definition, description and explanation of key concepts, theories, methods specific to the study of English;
Using concepts specific to the field in order to explain the fundamental linguistic phenomena specific to the field;
Application of principles, basic rules for understanding a written / oral or to express in writing/ orally in an appropriate manner, respectively, taking into account all elements involved (linguistic, socio-linguistic, pragmatic, semantic, and stylistic).
Course Entry Requirements:
Unit 1 - Introductory Course Unit 2 - Historical perpectives: Unit 3 - Multicultural Britain Unit 4 - Family Life Unit 5 - Gender Unit 6 - Youth Unit 7 - Education and Work Unit 8 - Leisure Unit 9 - Sport Unit 10 - The United Kingdom Unit 11 - Media Unit 12 - History of Britain Unit 13 - Class System Unit 14 - British Customs and Traditions
Elicitation, Cooperative learning, Discussion and survey, Team-based learning, Active learning systems, Active listening.
Developing some understanding of the role of logic and discourse representation as a tool in describing and analysing the British culture and civilization; having been introduced to, and reflected upon, a number of key topics in British Culture and Civilization having developed critical reading skills and ability to initiate own research.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Combined oral and written examination to verify the quality and correctness of information assimilated. (50%+50%).
Caimi Enrica, Dolman Jane, Smith Gareth, P. (1998) - English and American Civilization, La Spiga Languages, Milan
Musman Richard, Vallance-Adrian (1989) - Britain Today, Longman Group Ltd.,London
Sharman, E.(2004) Across Cultures. Longman Group Ltd., London
O’Driscoll, J. (2007) Britain. Oxford University Press.
Robert Armstrong, (2005) Protestant War: The ‘British’ of Ireland and the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, Manchester: Manchester University Press.