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Ingegneria Gestionale (Anno Accademico 2018/2019) - Indirizzo produzione

Inglese tecnico - nuova versione

CFU: 3
Lingua: Italiano
Descrizione dell'insegnamento
Tale disciplina concerne l’apprendimento della Lingua Inglese, propria dei contesti d’uso generale, nonché dell’Inglese Tecnico, rivolgendo una particolare attenzione a precipue situazioni comunicative professionali. Il Corso ha una struttura modulare e consta di lezioni da fruire in parte on line in autoapprendimento ed in parte come studio autonomo su testi di riferimento. I materiali didattici sono in ambedue i casi organizzati secondo un approccio comunicativo caratterizzato da nozioni e funzioni, che enfatizzano sia i contesti d’uso della Lingua Inglese, sia il lessico dell’Inglese Tecnico, inteso come lingua speciale.
Scopi
Come obiettivo principale, il Corso intende favorire l’apprendimento della Lingua Inglese e, in particolare, dell’Inglese Tecnico, incoraggiando l’acquisizione di una competenza linguistico-comunicativa di livello intermedio ovvero di livello B2, in base a quanto delineato dal Quadro Comune Europeo di Riferimento per le Lingue.
Contenuti
A1
  • Module 1

Hi, my name’s…
Verb ’to be’: Introduction
Numbers 1-20
The English Alphabet
’this’/’that’ - ’these’/’those’
Meeting Friends
Social Language: Introductions
Spelling of Plural Nouns
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 2

Countries and Nationalities
Where are you from?
What’s your name?
His name’s David./Her name’s Catherine.
Hello, I’m from England.
Vowel Sounds
Everyday Objects
What’s this?
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 3

Jobs
Verb ’to be’: yes/no questions and answers
Jobs: I work in a bank.
’fish’/’tree’
Verb ’to be’: Negative
What’s their job?
Numbers 21-100
Personal Details
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 4

Present Simple
The Family
Possessive ’s
Present Simple - Describing People
My mother’s name is Jane.
Gail’s Day
Adjectives
This is my mum, Jane.
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 5

Questions with ’to do’
Food and Drink
I like / I don’t like
Do you live in London?
Eating Out
’cat’ / ’car’ / ’train’
What do we need?
In the restaurant
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 6

Possessive Adjectives
Paul’s Postcard
Colours
Completing a Form
’book’ / ’new’ / ’nut’
Days of the week
Our flag is red, white and blue.
Hotels
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 7

Time
Lifestyles
What time do you get up?
What’s the time?
Jean-Luc’s Day
My Diary
’usually’/’sometimes’/’never’
’she’ / ’sheep’ / ’shoe’
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 8

I like shopping.
Leisure Activities
What’s her star sign?
Ted likes playing football.
’When’ / ’What’ / ’Where’
’There is’ / ’There are’
’some’ / ’any’
Holiday Postcards
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 9

Houses and Furniture
Prepositions of Place
My House
Question Words
Social Language Conversation
Shopping and Prices
How much is this lamp?
’Thursday’ / ’there’ / ’this’
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 10

Prepositions of Time
Months and Seasons
Past Simple ’to be’
I was born in 1980.
Parts of the Body
I have short, brown hair and blue eyes.
Describing People
Word Stress
Revision
Evaluation

A2

  • Module 1

First meeting
The verb ’to be’
Nationalities and numbers
Presenting yourself
Julia’s profile
Letters and sounds
Famous people
Possessive adjectives
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 2

A Telephone Conversation
Interrogative Form
Jobs and Numbers
Dates and Spelling
The Simple Present
Describing People
Covent Garden
Who is she?
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 3

Colours and Clothes
The Present Simple: Negative
Miwako and Simone
’thing’ or ’think’
Plurals
Live Chatting
Comparative Adjectives
The Family
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 4

Physical Descriptions
The Imperative
Describing Characters
Finding the Perfect Mate
Patrick’s Family
Superlative Adjectives
Words that Sound the Same
Definitions
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 5

Shopping
’Can I…?’ - ’Can you...?’
Julia is in a shoe shop.
Prepositions of Place
Vocabulary of Time
’There is’ - ’There are’
Can I pay by credit card?
I’m in Liverpool.
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 6

Parts of the Body
What’s the matter?
Possessive form: ’s
Giving Directions
Past Simple
Whose
The ’s’ Sound
A Postcard from China
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 7

Food and Drink
The Present Perfect
Would you like...?
Check-in at Heathrow
’much’ / ’many’ / ’a lot of’
Bed & Breakfast
Could you...?
Vowels
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 8

Malta
At the Travel Agent’s
’have’ - ’have got’
About Anil
Holidays
The ’h’ Sound
Socializing
Booking a Holiday
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 9

Luca’s Day
Uses of ’to get’ and Phrasal Verbs
Hurry up!
Expressions of Time
Julia’s Favourite Day
Vowels
Uses of ’can’
Jobs
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module 10

Radio Interview
Do you like your job?
A Postcard from Malta
Infinitive of Purpose
The ’r’ Sound
Writing an E-mail
The Weather
On the Beach in Malta
Revision
Evaluation

B1

  • Module I

Vowel Sounds
Dostojevsky
Simone and Miwako are chatting on the net
Making Requests
Present Simple vs Past Simple
Birth and Marriage
Past Simple
Last Night
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module II

A Short Story
Irregular Verbs
Where were you?
Polyphemus
Abbreviations
What did Luca do yesterday?
What did you do last weekend?
Money Words
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module III

Present Continuous vs Present Simple
What's happening?
Frequently Confused Words
Present Continuous for Future
Prepositions
Tourism
New Chinese Tourism
'much' or 'many'?
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module IV

Telephoning
Thomas Harris
'lay' or 'lie'?
Telephone Expressions
'will'
Wish you were here!
Travel Quiz
'going to'
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module V

Making Predictions
What do you think?
A Roman in London
The Best and the Worst
Phrasal Verbs
Weak Vowel Sounds
Food Adjectives
The Big Step
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module VI

Regular vs Irregular Verbs
What's Roger talking about?
Past simple vs Present perfect
'yet' or 'just'?
Prepositions of Movement
An E-mail from Luca to Lisa
'yet'
Present Perfect
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module VII

'some', 'any', 'most', 'none', 'all'
Common Errors
The Great British Pub
'used to' / 'to be used to'
Word Stress
Listening for Important Information
Reading Signs
False Friends
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module VIII

Past Continuous
Liverpool
Writing Personal Details
Countable and Uncountable Nouns
The 'girl' Sound
Catch the Meaning!
The Past Perfect (simple)
Inter Rail Train Tickets
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module IX

Great Britain
Common Spelling Mistakes
Listening for Details
Catch the Meaning!
'It takes'
First Conditional
Sport
Accommodation
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module X

Travelling Abroad
Easter
Adverbs
'for' / 'since' / 'ago'
More Frequently Confused Words
Words + Prepositions
Adjectives
What shall we do tonight?
Revision
Evaluation

B2

  • Module I

Phrasal Verbs
Interculture - Breaking the Ice
Small Talk
Exclamations
Question Tags
Intonation in Question Tags
Talking about Travelling
Postcards
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module II

Weak Forms
Talking about Personality
The Light at the End of the Tunnel
British and American Spelling
This year, I'm going to...
Present, Past, and Future
Make a New Start
Introduction to Letters
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module III

Without a Trace
You shouldn't judge a book by its cover.
Covering Letters
Talk until the Cows Come Home
Speculating about the Past
'Have' with Modals
She disappeared without a trace.
British and American Vocabulary
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module IV

British and American Accents
Word Building: Adjectives from Nouns
Presenting and Interpreting Information
A Tale of Two Cities
He was absolutely furious!!!
Reading Abbreviations
I did it my way!
Verb Phrases with –ing
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module V

Life on Mars?
Review of Future Tenses
Idioms with Parts of the Body (1)
What the future holds.
D'ya know what I mean?
Formal and Informal Vocabulary
E-mails: Formality and Informality
Written Reports
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module VI

Conditional Sentences
Here is one we prepared earlier.
Keep the Ball Rolling
Get a Bite to Eat
Linking with 'r' and 'w'
Idioms with Parts of the Body (2)
Celebrity Challenge
Thank you Letters
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module VII

Odd Jobs
Writing E-mails
Have the Car Repaired
Are you good with your hands?
Unstressed Syllables
The Great British Cup of Tea
Word-Building: Nouns from Verbs
E-mail Invitations
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module VIII

Numbers
Direct and Reported Speech
This is the 6 o'clock news.
Ways of Speaking
The prisoners are thought to be hiding...
Money Makes the World Go Round
Letter of Complaint
Narrating / Story-Telling
Revision
Evaluation

  • Module IX

Writing - Linking Words
Honesty is the best policy.
The Long Arm of the Law
Bending the Facts
Air Travel
Whole lotta love!
At the Check-In Desk
Structuring and Signposting an Argument
Revision I
Evaluation

  • Module X

Common Sayings
Spotting Mistakes
Expressions with Parts of the Body
Food Fallacies
Aspects of Connected Speech: Elision
Shakespeare: the Great Bard and Wordsmith
Parting is such sweet sorrow.
Limericks
Revision
Evaluation

Testi
Testi di Inglese Tecnico: 

per il Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Civile ed Ambientale:

  • Mark Ibbotson, Cambridge English for Engineering, Student's Book with Audio CDs, Cambridge University Press, codice ISBN 978-0-521--71518-8.

 

per il Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Informatica:

  • Santiago Remacha Esteras and Elena Marco Fabré, Professional English in Use: ICT, Book with answers, Cambridge University Press, codice ISBN 978-0-521--68543-6.

 

per il Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Gestionale:

  • Arthur McKeown and Ros Wright, Professional English in Use: Management, Book with answers, Cambridge University Press, codice ISBN 978-0-521--17685-9.

NOTA: Qualora non fosse reperibile il summenzionato testo, in alternativa si indica:
Simon Sweeney, Test your Professional English Management, Pearson Education Limited, codice ISBN 0-582--46897-3.

 

Testi (a scelta) consigliati per l’approfondimento della lingua inglese:

  • R. Murphy English Grammar in Use for intermediate students with answers, Cambridge University Press;
  • J.  Eastwood  Oxford Practice Grammar with answers, Oxford University Press;
  • M. Vince, L. Pallini, English Grammar Practice for Italian with key Students, Macmillan & Heinemann.

 

Testi (a scelta) consigliati per la consultazione:

    • Cambridge Learner Dictionary of English (with CD) Cambridge University Press;
    • Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary;
    • Oxford Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary ;
    • MacMillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners New Edition 2008 (with CD ROM, thesaurus and exercises) Macmillan.
Docente d'Area
Marinella Rocca Longo
Elenco delle lezioni
    •  Lezione n. 1: A1 - Modulo I
    •  Lezione n. 2: A1 - Modulo II
    •  Lezione n. 3: A1 - Modulo III
    •  Lezione n. 4: A1 - Modulo IV
    •  Lezione n. 5: A1 - Modulo V
    •  Lezione n. 6: A1 - Modulo VI
    •  Lezione n. 7: A1 - Modulo VII
    •  Lezione n. 8: A1 - Modulo VIII
    •  Lezione n. 9: A1 - Modulo IX
    •  Lezione n. 10: A1 - Modulo X
    •  Lezione n. 11: A2 - Modulo I
    •  Lezione n. 12: A2 - Modulo II
    •  Lezione n. 13: A2 -Modulo III
    •  Lezione n. 14: A2 -Modulo IV
    •  Lezione n. 15: A2 -Modulo V
    •  Lezione n. 16: A2 -Modulo VI
    •  Lezione n. 17: A2 -Modulo VII
    •  Lezione n. 18: A2 -Modulo VIII
    •  Lezione n. 19: A2 -Modulo IX
    •  Lezione n. 20: A2 -Modulo X
    •  Lezione n. 21: B1 - Modulo I
    •  Lezione n. 22: B1 - Modulo II
    •  Lezione n. 23: B1 - Modulo III
    •  Lezione n. 24: B1 - Modulo IV
    •  Lezione n. 25: B1 - Modulo V
    •  Lezione n. 26: B1 - Modulo VI
    •  Lezione n. 27: B1 - Modulo VII
    •  Lezione n. 28: B1 - Modulo VIII
    •  Lezione n. 29: B1 - Modulo IX
    •  Lezione n. 30: B1 - Modulo X
    •  Lezione n. 31: B2 - Modulo I
    •  Lezione n. 32: B2 - Modulo II
    •  Lezione n. 33: B2 - Modulo III
    •  Lezione n. 34: B2 - Modulo IV
    •  Lezione n. 35: B2 - Modulo V
    •  Lezione n. 36: B2 - Modulo VI
    •  Lezione n. 37: B2 - Modulo VII
    •  Lezione n. 38: B2 - Modulo VIII
    •  Lezione n. 39: B2 - Modulo IX
    •  Lezione n. 40: B2 - Modulo X

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