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• Updating, correcting and developing the previously acquired English skills
• Developing the study abilities in English through specific tasks based on listening, speaking, and reading
• Developing a cognitive strategy for the understanding of the specialized texts through the familiarization with the specialized Administration and Legal terminology in English.
• Developing the abilities of clear communication and presentation of the acquired information in English.
Course Entry Requirements:
A2-B1, B2 English level
Communication methods, audio and video resources, presentations, student-student interraction.
• Developing listening, reading and speaking abilities related to specific Administrative and Legal topics • Acquiring familiarity with specialized language; reading for gist, understanding and communicating contents.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Oral examination and presentation by students: – 60%; continuous assessment – 40%.
• Murphy, Raymond, Essential Grammar in Use, second edition, Cambridge University Press, pg. 10-49, 60-77.
• Evans, V., Dooley, J., Smith, D., J., Career Paths – Law, Express Publishing UK Ltd, pg. 4-33.
• Mason, C., Atkins, R, The Lawyer’s English Language Coursebook, Global Legal English Ltd, 2011, pg. 9-38.
• Wyatt, R., Check Your English Vocabulary for Law, A&C Black London, 2006, pg. 1,2, 23-31, 45, 48-50.
• Wyatt, Rawdon, Check Your English Vocabulary for Business and Administration, fourth edition, A&C Black. London, 2007, pg. 1-7, 11-12, 16-17, 49-54, 65-66.