Q1 and Q2
The student should have followed the intermediate-level course (LANGL1331) or a course of a similar level, corresponding to the Upper B1 level of the 'Common European Framework for Languages' (European Council).
- Reading outside the classroom of texts linked to the student's domain.
- Debates organized in little groups on the texts read outside the classroom.
- Weekly broadcasting of news bulletins and other television-programs on topical issues.
- Debates organized in little groups on the programs seen in the language laboratory.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|2||Listening Comprehension - Individual:
|3||Speaking Skills - Individual:
As far as the program is concerned, the set-up is 45 hours a year. The rhythm will be eleven 120-minute sessions in Q1 followed by eleven 120-minute sessions in Q2. The activities include watching videos and listening to podcasts, reading texts, speaking activities, lexical exercises, presentations, writing assignments and other miscellaneous activities, with a focus on improving your productive skills: speaking and writing. Nine units will be covered, with themes either directly or indirectly linked to the world of politics.
- 120-minute classes in groups of maximum 25 students
Continuous assessment (summative and formative):
- vocabulary tests
- essay-writing and graphs descriptions on the Moodle platform of the course
- classroom participation (press reviews)
- classroom presentations
- listening comprehension tests
- no written exam
- 320 points to be accumulated throughout the academic year
- 125 points going to Q1 activities and 155 going to Q2 activities (a total of 280 marks going to continuous assessment)
- the May oral exam is worth 40 marks
- the results obtained in Q1 (out of 125 marks) will be accumulated with the results obtained in Q2 (out of 195 marks)
Faculty or entity
Title of the programme
Bachelor in Political Sciences: General