2016-2017- Intensive Study of English Language and Civilization
Semester 2
1. Course name : FORESEEING EXAMS 2- 1 class (50 minutes) per week

2. Course name : Human Rights Seen Through Literature-1 class (50 minutes) per week

REQUIREMENTS FOR FORESEEING EXAMS 2

1. Essay for Shakespeare Essay Competition
2. Worksheets and homework assignment
3. Oral presentation (teaching done by students ) : at any time during the semester, no later than June 2nd . Failure to comply with this requirement will result in a mark of 3. See details below.
4. CLASS ACTIVITY




Teaching done by students





DETAILS







Presentations- individual- teaching done by students:





The presentations will last between 3-5 minutes. Each presentation will be evaluated by another student and by the teacher based on certain criteria which are to be found in the file section under the name grila prezentare orala. In your presentation (teaching) you may use any available props or materials but you and your colleague/s must speak, not read.





THE TEACHING SESSION MAY NOT START UNTIL THE CITATION OF SOURCES IS CHECKED AND ACKNOWLEDGED AS ACCEPTABLE.







Cite the sources in your presentations as follows (you are given two examples):



a. If it is an internet source:



*****http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advertising**** (21.02.2010 18:32) = the whole link and the day and the time when you accessed it



b. If it is a book:



*Stan Le Roy Wilson, Mass Media/Mass Culture: An Introduction Updated 1993 Edition, New York, McGraw-Hill, Inc., pages 62, 63, 124, 151.= author, title, place-town, publishing house, year of appearance, pages that you have used





Topic for the presentations in pairs (You will teach these and you already know your topic and your partner)
  1. Advertising in UK/ Advertising in USA- famous brands and famous slogans
  2. History of internet
  3. Life in the Middle Ages in England
  4. Celebrations in UK and Australia
  5. British Modern Music
  6. Education(stages and exams) in UK and USA
  7. How to write a CV
  8. Katrina Hurricane
  9. The Lake Poets
  10. Strange laws all around the world
  11. Tourist Attractions in UK/ USA/ Australia/ Canada
  12. Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift- a satire
  13. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll – a key novel
  14. Enlightenment in USA
  15. Modernist writers in UK and USA
  16. The Hippie Generation- Woodstock Festival
  17. Virginia Woolf and her art





REQUIREMENTS FOR Human Rights Seen Through Literature:
1. WRITTEN ASSIGNMENTS (PORTFOLIO)
2. WRITE ANOTHER ENDING (300 WORDS) FOR ONE OF THE FOUR BOOKS STUDIED
DEADLINE : JUNE 2 nd
3. CLASS ACTIVITY
LITERARY WORKS UNDER STUDY:

  1. Nineteen Eighty-Four de George Orwell
  2. Brave New World de Aldous Huxley
  3. To Kill a Mockingbird de Harper Lee
  4. Fahrenheit 451 de Ray Bradbury