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Zapisy  na  obowiązkowe zajęcia z PNJA-doskonalenie językowe odbędą się internetowo  w systemie USOS  w terminie 18.02.2019 od godz. 18.00  –  20.02.2019 r. do godz. 18.00

 I rok  Filologia angielska

 A1   English language and culture  ( 0400-AS1-1MODA1)     dr Anna Karczewska

The course will focus on developing students’ English language skills by engaging them in discussions, watching videos, reading articles and listening to podcasts. In this way, students will enrich their vocabulary, perfect the skill of reading and listening comprehension as well as speaking. The final credit will be based on attendance, active participation, a project work prepared by students and a short vocabulary quiz.

 A2  Read’n’watch      ( 0400-AS1-1MODA2)             

mgr Piotr J. Malinowski

The main aim of this PNJA Module is to develop students’ intercultural competence by the means of reading and discussing a handful of chapters from a few novels, as well as watching and reviewing their film adaptations along with simply classic films. Due to a limited length of the classes, the course will comprise merely previews of assorted works of art. Students will be encouraged and expected to come up with their own contributions, i.e. projects prepared as individual assignments. The underlying objective is to focus students’ interest on self-developmental strategies easily acquired through the afore-mentioned activities.

 A3  Reading poetry and creative writing  ( 0400-AS1-1MODA3)   

mgr Stefan Kubiak    

The objective of the class is to extend students’ vocabulary and language awareness through reading poetry and creative writing. The students will analyze different poems and stories, and then play with different forms of poetry and prose. The texts to discuss and imitate include fragments of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, selected Shakespeare’s sonnets, poems by 19th and 20th-century poets, including limerics as well as short fragments of prose (novels, stories).  To complete the course students are expected to perform their written assignments (their own texts) in front of the audience of the teacher and the other students.

II  ROK FILOLOGIA ANGIELSKA

C 1 English in Law & Business    (0400-AS1-2MODA18)            

dr Tomasz Sawczuk

The objective of the module is to expand students’ knowledge of Law & Business-related vocabulary as well as to better familiarize them with a number of ethical dilemmas in the above-mentioned areas. The issues to be addressed in the course are employment discrimination, confidentiality, and market competition, among many. The final credit will be based on active participation, presentations by students and a quiz.

C2   Read’n’watch      ( 0400-AS1-2MODA19)            

mgr Piotr J. Malinowski

The main aim of this PNJA Module is to develop students’ intercultural competence by the means of reading and discussing a handful of chapters from a few novels, as well as watching and reviewing their film adaptations along with simply classic films. Due to a limited length of the classes, the course will comprise merely previews of assorted works of art. Students will be encouraged and expected to come up with their own contributions, i.e. projects prepared as individual assignments. The underlying objective is to focus students’ interest on self-developmental strategies easily acquired through the afore-mentioned activities.