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Title

General  English

Level

3

Version

 

Contact  

Paul  Toft

Email

p.j.toft@staffs.ac.uk

VLE

 

 

Pattern  of Delivery

(MAVS)

Month  module starts and ends/submission dates

Start of Teaching

End  of Teaching

Submission  date

September

April

April

 

Credits

15

Core  on which award:

International  Foundation Programme

 

 

 

Contact  Hours

60

Independent  Study Hours

90

Total  Learning Hours

150

 

Delivery  Site(s)

Stoke  Campus, UG, Semesters 1 & 2

CDUT,  China, UG, Semesters 1 & 2

GIST,  China, UG, Semesters 1 & 2

 

 

 

Cost  Centre

 

Cost  Centre Description

 

 

Subject

Subject  Description

Subject  %

Hesa  Subject %

 

 

Pre-requisites

 

Co-requisites

 

 

 

Disqualified  Combinations

 

Module  Learning Outcomes

 

Assesses  which University ‘8’

1.       Demonstrate that you can speak and write at a level  equivalent to a minimum of IELTS 6 in general English contexts.

Communication

2.       Demonstrate that you can understand spoken and written  English in general contexts at a level equivalent to  a minimum of IELTS  6

Knowledge  & Understanding

 

 

Indicative  Content

 

This  module will help you to develop all four basic language skills - listening,  speaking, reading and writing. It is aimed to guide you towards attaining  IELTS 6 equivalent which is the entry level required for progression to L4  undergraduate study.

 You will be using a variety of materials, including a text book at an  appropriate level and any other materials which your tutor thinks  appropriate.


 You will be expected to reach IELTS 6 by the end of the module in all four  components – speaking, reading, listening and writing.

 

Note;  you will be required to attain IELTS 6 prior to enrolling for undergraduate  study with Staffordshire University.

 

 

 

 

Learning  Strategies

 

In  the class contact hours, you will be working with the tutor and your fellow  students. Examples of the sort of activities you will be doing in the course  are:

·          Writing  about various general themes.

·          Speaking  in pairs, small groups and whole group discussions.

·          Listening  to a variety of people talking in different situations.

·          Reading  a range of texts on varied topics of interest.

·          Mock  tests  

 

 

 

 

Assessment  Details

 

 

This  assessment consists of four elements, (which test learning outcomes 1&2),  all of which must demonstrate IELTS 6 competencies in order to be  successfully completed:

1.       A 1  hour long Writing Test (25%)

 

2.       A 10  minute Speaking Test (25%)

 

3.       A 1  hour Reading Test (25%)

 

4.       A 45  minute Listening Test (25%)

This  end-of-course examination is designed to assess whether you have attained  IELTS 6 equivalent. Assessments will be based on themes you have studied  during the module.

 

Resources

 

Access  to the library and IT facilities
 An advanced learner's English dictionary

Texts

 

The tutor will be able to recommend useful books to help  you with your writing. Another very useful resource is the Internet, where  there are numerous sites which focus on academic writing. As for the material  for your topic itself, you'll find your information largely from the  university library and the Internet.

 There are many books which can help you develop your academic writing skills.  Here are some suggested texts:


Cotton.  D, Falvey. D and Kent. S., (2014) New Language Leader Intermediate  (  Pearson, Longman)

 

Special  Admission Requirements

 

 

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