- Having met the BAC 3 course objectives set by the Faculty of Arts.
- Having enrolled for this course and included it in one's curriculum.
The themes tackled are: job applications, human resources and business culture in Hispanic countries.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
At the end of this learning module, the student should be able to:
The methodology is very varied and includes carrying out various written and oral assignments throughout the course, linked to the themes tackled. These tasks are to be submitted either during classroom hours or in a digital portfolio on the ePortfolio@ucl platform.
This course is exclusively interactive, with the students carrying out their projects in the context of vocational induction. With the aim of accomplishing the above-mentioned assignments, various activities linked to communication and the mastering of the code will be proposed. These activites are aimed at improving the various language and communication skills (listening and reading comprehension, writing and speaking).
Various materials and activities are used: role-playing, debates, group work, songs, film, documentaries, etc.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The learning module is mainly taught in Blended learning, along with e-learning support on UCL platforms (Teams, Moodle and Mahara) and others platforms.
The module is essentially based on PBL (problem-based learning) and on the principle of self-assessment: the student is at the heart of their learning and is cognitively involved, so that they can construct knowledge and know-how by themselves as well as with the help of their peers. Thus, various forms of self-assessment and peer-assessment are proposed throughout the learning module.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Continuous assessment including various assignments and tests throughout the semester (writing exercises, presentations, classroom attendance and participation).
The course is targeted at four major themes that are aimed at simulating the vocational induction of a young university graduate. For each subject, the students have to submit an assignment:
- writing a résumé or a video-CV as well as a covering letter aimed at being invited for a job interview
- attending a job interview
- elaborating a plan to improve the quality of the relationship between the employee and the employer and attending a meeting during which this plan will be approved
- presenting an innovative project in front of a jury at a contest for young entrepreneurs.
- Ressources et matériaux didactiques disponibles sur la plateforme Moodle du cours