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EXPLANATORY NOTES

 

Assessment is administered continuously throughout the course. The students are rated against their performance in continuous rating administered throughout the semester (credited 60%) and summative ratingdone during the examination session(credited 40%), total 100%. Continuous rating is students’ on-going performance in class and independent work. Class work is assessed for attendance, Language/ skills and in- class assessments.

Class sessions –will be a mixture of information, discussion and practical application of language skills (listening, reading, writing, speaking) practiced in diverse situations.

 

T/SIS (Teacher Supervised Student Independent Study and Student Independent Study) -comprises the following assignments: GW2 exercises, TM tests and exercises, Paragraph writing and Project. All tasks are done by students independently and checked by the teacher.

 

Mid-termis anachievement reading, reading and Grammar-vocabulary test in the formats covered during the 1st Appraisal Period.

End-of-termis an achievement Listening test, paragraph writing and Project presentation.

Final examination is a multiple choice test designed to monitor the students’ academic performance, comprising 2 parts: Grammar and vocabulary.

Academic Policy:

· Cheating, duplication, falsification of data, plagiarism are not permitted under any circumstances!

· Attendance is mandatory. Students will be penalized for missing classes.

· Students must come to class in time. Three times tardy amounts to one absence.

· Students must participate fully in every class. While attendance is crucial, merely being in class does not constitute “participation”. Participation means reading the assigned materials, coming to class prepared, asking questions and engaging in discussion.

· Written assignments (independent work) must be typewritten or written legibly

· Deadlines must be strictly observed. Late work shall not be accepted, except when undone for a valid reason.

· Making up missed tests shall not normally be allowed.

· Mobile phones must always be switched off in class.

· Students should always be appropriately dressed (in a formal/semi-formal style).

· Students should always show tolerance, consideration and mutual support towards the teacher and other students.

 

Writing evaluation criteria:

Content:

Coverage

relevance

Cohesion

Form:

vocabulary range

grammar range

Content

Structure

Connectives

Speaking:

Coverage

Fluency

Coherence

Vocabulary range

Grammar range

Creativity

Listening and reading: the number of correctly done assignments

 

 

Course Calendar

GE – General English
EPP- English for Professional Purposes
GW 2 – Grammar Way 2
TSIS – Teacher Supervised Independent Study
SIS – Students’ Independent Study
TM – Terminological Minimum
TV – Target Vocabulary
PW – Paragraph writing
PEICT – Professional English in Use ICT
EITS- English for IT students
IECU- Infotech English for Computer users
WP- Writing Papers in English

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