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Number of hours
Lectures : 0
Tutorials : 24.0
Laboratory works : 0
Projects : 0
Internship : 0
Written tests : 2.0
ECTS : 33.0
Officials :Elisabeth FOURES
Learning outcomes :
To communicate in English in the printing, paper and converting industries as well as in the engineering world in general.
To acquire professional skills associated with the world of work and "sell" your skills to future employers or internship directors.
To improve your general English and prepare for TOEIC at the end of your studies
Contact Elisabeth FOURES
The topics covered in the classroom are:
Basic grammar points and classic mistakes (revision of the fundamental rules). Basic pronunciation points (revision of the fundamental rules). Public presentation techniques (slide show management and non-verbal communication). The world of work (vocabulary and expressions related to business).
To see Material sheet "English semester 1" - 3FME2047 (EU 05) Based on the 5 skills of the national education system, the English program is designed to help students:
Refreshing and acquisition of everyday English (vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation & communication). Communication in English in the printing, stationery and processing industries as well as in the engineering world in general. Acquiring the professional skills associated with the world of work Improving of its own general English and preparing for the TOEIC at the end of their studies: a score of 785 equivalent to B2 is required for the engineering diploma. Expanding its own lexical knowledge and fluency with oral production and interaction.
Telephoning / Emailing How to organize / participate in meetings in English Writing the summaries Oral production - Dynamic Speeches
The targeted skills are:
to acquire a solid foundation in grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. to improve comprehension and oral expression. to understand informal and formal language differences through role-playing and role-playing. to master presentation techniques. to know how to give a dynamic speech to know how to attend and participate in a working meeting
PARTICIPATION is graded on the following criteria: 1. Using personal initiative. 2. Communicating only in English in class and outside of class with your teachers and classmates. 3. Taking an active and positive role in classes. 4. Being well prepared for all assigned work and presentations. 5. Attendance and arriving on time!