COURSE INFORMATION
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourSemesterECTS
ING 117PRE-INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH - I4 + 01st Semester2,5

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Course Type Elective
Course Objective 1. Students can identify objects and people using adjectives and adverbs. 2. Students can state future plans in oral and written speech. 3. Students can employ time adverbials to express and understand event plots. 4. Students develop listening skills. 5. Students develop stress, donation and pronunciation skills. 6. Students can employ conditional clauses in oral and verbal speech. 7. Students can express and reflect ideas. 8. Students can write CVs and intention letters. 9. Students can express ideas using linkers in oral and written speech. 10. Students can prepare and deliver oral presentations.
Course Content Describing the physical immediate environment. LANGUAGE: quantifiers, adjectives, prepositions. SPEAKING: Question words, question and answer. Time LANGUAGE: Simple Present Tense, adverbs of frequency READING: Predicting Daily Life LANGUAGE: Present Continuous Tense, adverbs of time. WRITING: Texting Pioneers LANGUAGE: Simple Past Tense, adverbs of time LANGUAGE: Simple Past Tense, adverbs of time LISTENING: stress Changes LANGUAGE: gerund and infinitives, future with going to and Present Continuous Tense READING: reading for details WRITING: writing e-mails Objects LANGUAGE: articles, word formation VOCABULARY: defining words Making Connections LANGUAGE: Present Perfect Tense, similarities and differences LISTENING: recognizing linkers VOCABULARY: prefixes Travel LANGUAGE: will, might READING: paraphrasing, summarizing LISTENING: note taking Presentation Skills Preparing the Visuals, Connecting Ideas, Delivery Skills, Question & Answer
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Corequisite No corequisites.
Mode of Delivery Distance

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1Students can identify objects and people using adjectives and adverbs.
2Students can state future plans in oral and written speech.
3Students can employ time adverbials to express and understand event plots.
4Students develop listening skills.

COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM
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ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
ActivitiesQuantityDuration (Hour)Total Work Load (Hour)
Course Duration14456
Mid-terms144
Final examination155
Total Work Load

ECTS Credit of the Course






65

2,5

COURSE DETAILS
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 Course TermNoInstructors
Details 2020-2021 Fall7NURİ TUNA

Course Details
Course Code:  ING 117 Course Title:  PRE-INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH - I
L+P Hour : 4 + 0   Course Code : 7   Language Of Instruction: English Course Semester :  2020-2021 Fall
Course Coordinator :  LECTURER NURİ TUNA E-Mail:  ntuna@pau.edu.tr, Phone Number :  296 1529,
Course Location EGT A0022-20,
Goals : 1. Students can identify objects and people using adjectives and adverbs. 2. Students can state future plans in oral and written speech. 3. Students can employ time adverbials to express and understand event plots. 4. Students develop listening skills. 5. Students develop stress, donation and pronunciation skills. 6. Students can employ conditional clauses in oral and verbal speech. 7. Students can express and reflect ideas. 8. Students can write CVs and intention letters. 9. Students can express ideas using linkers in oral and written speech. 10. Students can prepare and deliver oral presentations.
Content : Describing the physical immediate environment. LANGUAGE: quantifiers, adjectives, prepositions. SPEAKING: Question words, question and answer. Time LANGUAGE: Simple Present Tense, adverbs of frequency READING: Predicting Daily Life LANGUAGE: Present Continuous Tense, adverbs of time. WRITING: Texting Pioneers LANGUAGE: Simple Past Tense, adverbs of time LANGUAGE: Simple Past Tense, adverbs of time LISTENING: stress Changes LANGUAGE: gerund and infinitives, future with going to and Present Continuous Tense READING: reading for details WRITING: writing e-mails Objects LANGUAGE: articles, word formation VOCABULARY: defining words Making Connections LANGUAGE: Present Perfect Tense, similarities and differences LISTENING: recognizing linkers VOCABULARY: prefixes Travel LANGUAGE: will, might READING: paraphrasing, summarizing LISTENING: note taking Presentation Skills Preparing the Visuals, Connecting Ideas, Delivery Skills, Question & Answer
Attendance : %80
Topics
WeeksTopics
1 Vocabs related to wedding, special days, holidays etc. Tense Revision Writing or speaking about Turkish traditions.
2 Vocabs related to crime Passives I
3 Vocabs related to discovery Passives II (Modals) Writing or speaking about iconic pictures related to discoveries
4 Vocabs related to sports So that +such that Writing or speaking about a famous sport person
5 Vocabs related to population Gerund-Infinitive
6 Vocabs related to education Modal perfect
7 Causatives Writing or speaking about city
8 Vocabs related to festival Linkers
9 Common adjectives Synonyms- Antonyms Writing or speaking about interesting pictures from a newspaper.
10 Words related to internet Future Continuous/ future perfect
11 Vocabs related to medicine Correlative conjunctions (neither…nor-either…or etc.) Writing or speaking about a picture related to alternative medicine
12 Vocabs related to economy and money Mixed conditionals
13 Reported speeches Film review
14 Vocabs related to achievement Reported speeches
Materials
Materials are not specified.
Resources
Course Assessment
Assesment MethodsPercentage (%)Assesment Methods Title
Final Exam80Final Exam
Midterm Exam20Midterm Exam
L+P: Lecture and Practice
PQ: Program Learning Outcomes
LO: Course Learning Outcomes
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