Faculties and centres
Study of the English language with the aim of (i) developing the student's communicative competences in level B2.1 according to the European Framework of Reference (CEFR) in English language, (ii) strengthening the competences acquired in English Language I and II and (iii) to know and practice basic tools of linguistic analysis that will serve to reflect and acquire a more advanced and deep knowledge of the 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
To develop the communicative competences of the student in level B2.1 according to the European Common Frame of reference (CEFR) in English language.
2. To develop the five skills set out in the CEFR following the B2.1 level.
3. To strengthen the knowledge acquired in English Language and Grammar I and II.
4. To understand speeches and conferences on familiar topics.
5. To be able to communicate in common situations in English-speaking countries.
6. To use the Virtual Campus with all its basic utilities (materials, debates, links, etc.) as a virtual learning platform. To use the Internet and Web 2.0 to share, create and search for information.
7. To use word processors and other basic office automation utilities in assigned individual or group tasks.
8. To know how to use the language laboratory to improve learning.
9. To reflect on one's own learning in order to establish and recognize the weaknesses, threats, strengths and opportunities that arise.
10. To use bibliographical references to obtain information and to be able to contrast it with previous knowledge.
11. To use the knowledge, materials and resources to be able to learn independently.
12. To learn intensive and extensive reading techniques.
13. To work in pairs and individually.
14. To collaborate with the effort to achieve a common goal or result, in a written work, an oral presentation, a debate or a conversation.
15. To lead work groups.
16. To learn to take care of work.
17. To use English as an instrument of communication.
18. To develop professional skills in English: presentation of an idea, development of an argument, description of experiences, etc.
19. To participate in conversations with a certain fluency and spontaneity.
20. To describe topics with clarity and detail.
21. To communicate and express emotions, desires and feelings.
22. To transmit information.
23. To be aware of the cultural differences between the native culture and that of the English-speaking countries.
24. To know the daily customs of the English-speaking countries and their differences with those of the native culture, etc.
25. To revise and expand the bases of English grammar: the parts of the sentence, the simple sentence, etc.
26. To know and begin to practice the basic tools of linguistic analysis, such as syntactic analysis, word classes, etc.
27. To use translation as a tool for learning and contrasting languages.
28. To write answers about the contents of the subject in English.
29. To make brief oral or written presentations about the contents of the subject.
30. To write clear and detailed texts on topics related to their own interests.
31. To write essays or reports to convey information.
32. To reflect creativity and interest in written texts (within the relative difficulty of texts according to the level).
33. To express yourself creatively in oral presentations and communications.
Specific objectives that the teacher adds:
- To promote gender equality.
- To work cooperatively.
- To highlight peace education.