Faculties and centres
English Language IV sets the following learning objectives:(i) developing the communicative competences at B2.2 level, in line with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) in English language; (ii) strengthening the competences acquired in English Language I, II and III; and (iii) awareness and use of the basic tools of linguistic analysis to enable more advanced knowledge of English grammar.
General Competences (CG)
General Competences acquired at University of Alicante (CGUA)
Specific Competences (CE)
Generic Degree Course Competences
Generic UA Competences
Specific Competences (CE):>>Conceptual
Specific Competences (CE):>>Procedural
Specific Competences (CE):>>Attitude
Develop communicative competences at B2.2 level, in line with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) in English language.
Understand the different types of discourses related to different environments such as work, school and leisure.
Understand the foundations of English grammar, with particular emphasis on the following aspects: punctuation; adverbs; verb phrases, relative clauses.
Use of English to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Develop professional skills in English, such as the presentation of an idea, development of an argument and description of experiences.
Take an active role in debates and class discussion about current affairs by explaining and defending particular points of view on a topic.
Understand and put into practice the basic tools of linguistic analysis, such as syntax, classes of words, etc.
Use the Virtual Campus—materials, debates, links, etc.— as a virtual learning platform.
Know how to use the language lab to improve listening and comprehension skills.
Use bibliographical references to obtain information and contrast it with previous knowledge.
Use the knowledge, materials and resources to be able to learn independently.
Use the Internet to share, create and search for information.
Express yourself creatively in oral presentations and activities.
Work in pairs and individually.
Collaborate to achieve a common result, be it a written work, an oral presentation, a debate or a conversation.
Learn to lead work groups.
Be aware of the cultural differences of English speaking countries.
Commit to work for equality between men and women, and value the diversity of society today, with an attitude of respect for fundamental human rights.