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Plan 303 Lic.Traducción e Interpretación
Asignatura 19285 LENGUA C II (INGLES)
Grupo
1
Presentación
Programa Básico
esta asignatura busca consolidar los conocimientos del alumno, prácticos, de la
lengua inglesa orientada a la traducción e interpretación por medio del
desarrollo de las competencias lingüísticas y comunicativas mediante ejercicios
de comprensión escrita y oral (reading, writing, listening and speaking).
Proficiency level.
Se trata de una asignatura anual obligatoria de segundo curso.
Objetivos
1. General objectives
The aim is to provide an integrated course for those students who have already reached an upper-intermediate level
and should be working towards the standard of English required for taking examinations at advanced level.
The course is designed (a) to expand vocabulary and idiomatic expressions beyond what is required for survival
English, and (b) to increase the students’ reading ability and listening and writing skills through the analysis of the
structure, lexis, register and style of a wide variety of texts.
2. Specific objectives
Students at this level of command of the English language should:
§ Understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstracts topics, including technical discussions in
their field of specialisation.
§ Interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible
without strain for either party.
§ Produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the
advantages and disadvantages of various options.
Programa de Teoría
The contents of this part of the course focus on grammatical aspects.
Programa Práctico
The contents of this part of the course comprise the following language activities:
1. Receptive mode (oral and/or written):
a. Listening activities.
b. Reading activities.
2. Productive mode (oral and/or written):
a. Speaking activities.
b. Writing activities.
Evaluación
Students will be assessed on an individual exam in June, although work done during the year will also be taken into
account. The final exam will consist of two papers:
1. Grammar / language focus.
2. Receptive and productive skills.
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