|Faculty||Vice Rector for Studies|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|Course annotation||The present course of English for the Humanities elaborates the skill of writing. This skill is split up into composing (gathering information, making mind maps, etc.), communicating (letters, e-mails, etc.), crafting (chronological and non-chronological descriptions, application of narrative and direct speech, making up a paragraph, etc.) and proof-reading and improving. The course envisages preclusive exercises of the most frequently occurring spelling, grammar and other language problems.
|Results||On finishing this course the students have obtained understanding of the multitude of the kinds and functions of written texts, students have learned how to start writing a document and complete and edit one’s own text. Students are able to write a letter, an e-mail, an invitation, a short personal biography, a narrative and argumentative essay, a description of an investigation and an examination.
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||Active participation in classes - 30%,
portfolio of written assignments -30%,
written examination -40%.
|Study programmes||Free Elective Courses|