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3. Навчально-методична карта дисципліни


Topic areas

SKILLS IN




Listening

Speaking

Reading

Writing




1.1. Getting to Grips with Fiction and Non-fiction Discourse.

Keeping up to Date



- listening to conversations to extract details concerning the speakers’ electronic media addiction;

- listening for the gist of a radio program about the invasion of privacy;

- listening to understand the details of a radio broadcast about the potential health risk of using mobile phones


Monologue:

- summarizing facts and events (Newspaper articles);

- presenting projects on the given topic

Dialogue:

- asking for opinions;

- interacting within the group by:

a) seeking and giving information about new communications technologies;

b) taking follow- up questions



- academic texts about various mass media and their functions in modern society;

- newspaper articles;



    • interviews




    • articles

    • news reports

    • summary writing







1.2. Introduction to Literary Appreciation

- listening to recognize figures of speech and account for the way they affect the imagery, style and tone of the poems;

- listening to account for imagery;

- listening to identify symbols;

- listening to understand how rhyme, alliteration, assonance and onomatopoeia contribute to the theme of the poems;

- listening to recognise the speaker’s intentions


Monologue:

- summarising the plot

1) specifying the topic;

2) conveying the message;

3) outlining the story

- making inferences related to figures of speech and other literary devices

Dialogue:

- brainstorming conflict situations;

- expressing different points of view on the matter;

- discussing experiences that make one change as a person



    • authentic texts including poetry, fiction and drama to find the superficial information concerning the plot, characters, narrators, point of view and problems raised by the author




- writing a plot summary;

- reviewing a book, a film or a play






Topic

Focus on

Self-Study Materials





Vocabulary

Structure







1.1. Getting to Grips with Fiction and Non-fiction Discourse.

Keeping up to Date


- Headline English;

- Thematic Vocabulary: Television (1.4, p. 207-208)





- Headline English

- Noun Phrases. Premodification and postmodification

- Media Discourse


-Vocabulary and exercises from Practical English Course for Fourth-year Students by Arakin I.A. et al. (pp. 137-138, 138-146, 149-152);

-Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 124-131)

- Newspaper articles

- Vocabulary and exercises from Evans V. Upstream Proficiency (pp. 5-26);






Topic

Focus on







Literary Techniques

Writing Techniques







1.2 Getting to Grips with Fiction and Non-fiction Discourse

What is Poetry?

- Figures of Speech and Sound Features

- Imagery

- Symbols



What is Fiction?

- Plot


- Theme

- Characters



What is Drama?

- Dramatic Irony




- Punctuation

- Summarising, paraphrasing and quoting




- Vocabulary, exercises, and comments from Fields of Vision by Delaney D. et al. (pp. A2-A23, A32, A50, A62);

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 113-121)

- Comments and exercises from Методичні рекомендації з письмової практики: Пунктуація та механіка by Chesnokova G.V.






Topic areas


SKILLS IN:




Listening

Speaking

Reading

Writing




2.1. Courts and Trials. Law Enforcement in English-speaking Countries and Ukraine. Human Rights.

- listening to understand detail;

- listening to infer specific information



Monologue:

giving information;

expressing attitudes and opinions;

Dialogue:

interviewing;

exchanging factual information



Non-fiction texts concerning law:

- to understand the gist of the text (newspaper articles);



  • to understand detail;

- to identify specific information

Higher Education in English –speaking Countries and Ukraine.

Bringing up Children. Teaching Practice.







2.2. Guilt. Innocent Victim. The Mind of a Murderer. Is Suicide a Crime?



  • listening to understand implicit meanings and symbols;

- listening for finer points of detail;

- listening to determine the means of creating dramatic tension



Monologue:

Dialogue:



  • role playing and simulating

  • authentic literary abstracts and short stories to make general inferences and recognise the attitudes and opinions of the author




  • summaries of literary extracts;

  • comments on literary extracts;

  • essays







Topic


Focus on

Self-Study Materials





Vocabulary

Structure







2.1. Courts and Trials. Law Enforcement in English-speaking Countries and Ukraine. Human Rights.


Thematic Vocabulary:

- Courts and Trials;

- Legal Vocabulary


  • sentence arrangement:

loose sentences,

periodic sentences;



  • ellipsis and substitution;

  • inversion

- Legal Discourse

- Vocabulary and exercises from Practical English Course for Fourth-year Students by Arakin I.A. et al. (pp. p. 44-69)

Vocabulary and exercises from Nexus by Mills M. (pp. 42, 74, 78-79]

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 23-28)

- Newspaper articles







Topic

Focus on







Literary Techniques

Writing Techniques







2.2. Guilt. Innocent Victim. The Mind of a Murderer. Is Suicide a Crime?

- lyrical ballads;

- narrators and point of view;

- dramatic tension;

- tragedy



  • internal rhymes

  • simile,

  • paradox

  • flashback narration

- narration;

- expanding the basic structure;

- sentence rhythm


- Vocabulary, exercises, and comments from Fields of Vision by Delaney D. et al. (pp. A55, C12, C15, E30-E31, E104-E105, E121, G173-176);

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 28-33, 91)

- Comments and exercises from Методичні рекомендації з аналітичного читання. Частина 1

by Moriakina I.A. (pp. 28-56)

- Laboratory work No.1 “To Kill a Mockingbird”







SKILLS IN



Topic areas

Listening


Speaking

Reading

Writing

3.1. Higher Education in English –speaking Countries and Ukraine.

Bringing up Children. Teaching Practice.





  • listening to an interview with two EFL teachers for detail (4.2, p. 5);

  • listening to descriptions to understand and compare details about higher education systems (4.3);

  • listening to dialogues about parents criticising their children (1.9, p. 21)

Monologue:

- reporting on the topic;

Dialogue:


  • maintaining an extended conversation related to education and upbringing (1.9, Unit 2);

  • modelling and participating in role-plays related to university and school life in Ukraine and in English-speaking countries

  • Non-fiction types of the text to make inferences as to the theme/main idea, extract selected details;

  • Non-fiction types of the text about education and upbringing to distinguish fact and opinion

  • Letters giving an opinion, information (1.7, p. 88-94)

  • Description (1.9, p. 44-45; 1.10, Unit 6, p.103-113)

3.2. Study and Nature. Thirst for Knowledge.

Moulding Personality.




  • listening to define the mood of the poem The Tables Turned by W.Wordsworth and recognise the author’s attitude to studying too hard;

  • listening for detail to a student describing his experience of passing the exams;

- listening to define students’ characters through dialogue

Monologue:

  • ranking sources of learning in today’s world

Dialogue:

  • weighing advantages and disadvantages of different approaches to studying;

  • comparing texts for stylistic variation

  • fiction fragments to interpret the text for inference, attitude and style as well as comprehend the historical and cultural references to education and upbringing in literary works

  • Description

  • The Paragraph




Topic


Focus on

Self-Study Materials


Vocabulary

Structure




3.1. Higher Education in English –speaking Countries and Ukraine.

Bringing up children. Teaching Practice.





Thematic Vocabulary:

- Higher Education;

- Difficult Children;

- Phrasal verbs




- The paragraph: length, structure and connections between paragraphs

- Relative Clauses

- Mixed Conditionals

- Academic Discourse



-Vocabulary and exercises from the Practical English Course for Fourth-year Students

by Arakin I.A. et al (pp. 30-31, 177-178, 178-181);

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 34-49, 134-137);

- Vocabulary and exercises from Evans V. Upstream Proficiency (pp. 27-46);

- Newspaper articles


Topic

Focus on




Literary Techniques

Writing Techniques




3.2. Study and Nature. Thirst for Knowledge. Moulding Personality

- Tone

- Drama – tragedy



  • Emotive Resonance

Revision of:

  • Alliteration

  • Formulae and Kennings

  • Rhythm

  • Metaphor




Descriptions of people

Descriptions of places



- Vocabulary and exercises from the Practical English Course for Fourth-year Students

by Arakin I.A. et al (pp.. 6-11);

- Vocabulary, exercises, and comments from Fields of Vision by Delaney D. et al. (pp. A24-26, A37-A41, E 16-E17);

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 76-91)

- Comments and exercises from Методичні рекомендації з аналітичного читання.

Skills in






Topic areas

Listening

Speaking

Reading

Writing




4.1. Government in English-speaking Countries and Ukraine. Elections, Political Parties, and Movements. Current National and International Trends.


  • listening to understand the gist of the text (With God on Our Side, 1.9, p.29);

  • listening to identify specific information (Into Africa, 1.9, p.54);

  • listening to infer ideas and attitudes (Two Views of China, 1.9, p. 93)




Monologue:

  • reporting on current national and international trends;

  • evaluating the accuracy of material by distinguishing fact and opinion, objective and biased writing;

Dialogue:

  • interviewing partners to seek information about their political viewpoints;

  • role playing and simulating a political debate (1.9, p.92)

  • Non-fiction texts to make general inferences about current national and international trends and compare political systems between Ukraine and English-speaking countries

- For and against essays on the topic





4.2. Political Power. Colonial Attitudes. Social and Racial Prejudice



- listening for detail (On the late Massacre in Piemont by J.Milton, 4.1, D18);

- listening to poetry to infer ideas and attitudes (The Little Black Boy by W.Blake, 4.1, E6)



Monologue:

  • Making inferences related to narrators and viewpoints;

Dialogue:

  • Exchanging personal and factual information on the topic;

  • Expressing and finding out attitudes and opinions on social and racial prejudice

- Fiction fragments to interpret the text for inference, attitude and style as well as comprehend the historical and cultural references to politics in literary works

- For and against essays on the topic





Topic


Focus on

Self-Study Materials





Vocabulary

Structure







4.1. Government in English-speaking Countries and Ukraine. Elections, Political Parties, and Movements. Current National and International Trends.


Thematic Vocabulary



  • Adverbial Clauses

- Cause and Effect

- Political Discourse



- Vocabulary and exercises from Nexus by Mills M. (pp. 50-53, 55, 60, 88-89);

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 137-148);

- Newspaper articles

- Vocabulary and exercises from Evans V. Upstream Proficiency (pp. 165-185);








Topic

Focus on







Literary Techniques

Writing Techniques







4.2. Political Power. Colonial Attitudes. Social and Racial Prejudice

- Narrative technique;

- Satire;

- Style;


  • Unreliable narrator

Revision of:

- Realism;

- Didactic literature




Discursive Essays:

  • developing an essay;

  • specifying your subject;

  • defining your purpose

For and Against Essays

- Vocabulary, exercises, and comments from Fields of Vision by Delaney D. et al. (pp. D16, D19, D20-22, D47, D53-54, D58, D62);

- Comments and exercises from A way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 8-15)

- Comments and exercises from Successful Writing Proficiency by Evans V. (pp. 54-69)







SKILLS IN




Module 5

Topic areas

Listening

Speaking

Reading

Writing




5.1. Trends and Genres in Music. Youth and Music. My Preferences in Music


- listening to the history of blues to understand gist;

- listening to the emergence of styles in music to understand detail;



- listening to an interview with a rock-music agent to identify specific information

Monologue:

  • reporting on trends and genres in music;

Dialogue:

  • interacting within a group by seeking and giving information on preferences in music;

  • discussing the role of music as a cultural intermediary between Ukraine and the English-speaking world

  • non-fiction fragments to interpret the text for inference, attitude and style as well as examine the topic




  • Words and phrases within the topic;

  • Discursive essays;

  • Non-fiction text rendering




5.2. Music and War. Music and Love

  • listening to poetry to get the gist of the text;

  • listening to poetry to understand detail;

  • listening to poetry to infer ideas and attitudes;

  • listening to drama to infer ideas and attitudes

Monologue:

Dialogue:

  • exchanging personal and factual information on the topic;

  • expressing and finding out attitudes and opinions on the topic

  • fiction fragments to interpret the text for inference, attitude and style as well as comprehend the historical and cultural references to music in literary works

  • Opinion essays;

  • Commentaries







Topic


Focus on

Self-Study Materials





Vocabulary

Structure







5.1. Trends and Genres in music. Youth and Music. My Preferences in Music


Thematic Vocabulary

- Man and Music:


Discourse Markers:

  • making a start;

  • linking ideas;

  • structuring

-Vocabulary and exercises from the Practical English Course for Fourth-year Students by Arakin I.A. et al (pp. 137-138, 138-146, 149-152);

- Vocabulary and exercises from Nexus by Mills M. (pp. 42-43);

- Comments and exercises from A Way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 149-155);

- Newspaper articles

- Vocabulary and exercises from Evans V. Upstream Proficiency (pp. 119-138);






Topic

Focus on







Literary Techniques

Writing Techniques







5.2. Music and War. Music and Love

- Tone

- Drama – tragedy



  • Emotive Resonance

Revision of:

  • Alliteration

  • Formulae and Kennings

  • Rhythm

  • Metaphor




Process of Writing

  • organizing your ideas;

  • structure

Opinion Essays:

  • Structure

  • Viewpoints

  • Reasons

Commentaries

- Readings, analysis and exercises from “Методичні рекомендації з курсу аналітичного читання E.L.Doctorow: Rаgtime” (О.П. Воробйова, Г.В.Чеснокова. Морякіна І.А.)

- Ragtime Multimedia Program;

- Vocabulary, exercises, and comments from Fields of Vision by Delaney D. et al. (pp. A35, B39-41, E47-48);

- Comments and exercises from A way from Analytical Reading to Analytical Writing by Beskrovna L.M. (pp. 15-22)

- Comments and exercises from Successful Writing Proficiency by Evans V. (pp. 70-81)







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