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Rachel Elisabeth Pearce

Collaboratrice ed esperta linguistica di madre lingua: inglese

Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne

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3rd year - Integrated Skills programme- 2021 - 22

   


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Course Book for 2021 - 2022 -  Cambridge English Masterclass Proficiency, (Student's Book) by K. Gude, M. Duckworth and L. Rogers Oxford University Press

Ricevimento with Prof.ssa Pearce online on Teams: Tuesday - 16h - 18h (by appointment only)


LINGUA INGLESE 3 - ESERCITAZIONI

A.A. 2021 – 2022

PROGRAMME – 1st SEMESTER

6TH OCTOBER – IN THE CLASSROOM AND ONLINE (Teams) If you wish to attend 'in presenza then you will need to click on the 'pulsante' on your course in Virtuale at least a day before the class.

Should students change their minds it is obligatory to unclick the 'pulsante' the day before the class starts.

Esercitazioni - Lingua inglese 3 includes not only an integrated English language skills course but also a course on translation.

Homework and assignments 2021 - 2022 - Group A + B - Prof. Pearce

Week 1 - 4/10

Read text p.13 Masterclass and do questions on p.12

Week 2 - 11/10

Finish gap fills on formal and informal language ( texts on virtuale - GRP A) for both grp A + B

Week 3 - 18/10

Write a short story of something funny that took place when you were a child. Use a variety of narrative tenses to show your understanding of their use. Deadline: 30th October - group A + B 

Do page 14/15 (Grammar) - group A only (for 25/10)

Week 4 - 25/10

Do Reading and Use of English p.24 + 25 including the Text analysis + Vocab on p.26

Week 5 - 3/11

Write an introductory paragraph for an essay on one specific issue related to the environment for example, deforestation, air pollution, biodiversity, etc. etc. etc.) Make sure your introductory paragraph has three clear stages and that the thesis statement is well structured. Do not write the whole essay, just the introductory paragraph. If you did not attend the class dedicated to 'introductory paragraphs' please see dispenser - p.7 - 9. Deadline: 15.11.21

Week - 8/11

Do p.18 Writing Dispenser for 15/11 (Group A) 17/11 (Group B) 

Week - 22/11

Do p.18 writing dispenser 

Finish writing the essay on the environment. Keep the introductory paragraph, which you did for homework - the corrected version, and write the essay out in full, aiming for well developed paragraphs in both the body and the concluding paragraph. Be careful to take note of the instructions given in the power point slides on how to design a well-structured essay. (See Virtual - 'Writing Workshop') Between 220 - 250 words Deadline: 11.12.21

Week - 29/11

Do Reading and use of English p.33, p.34 + 35 for 6/12

Week - 6/12

Week - 13/12

Week - 7/02  

GROUP B Reading + Text Anal. p.42 + 43 (finish for 14/2)

Study Grammar  - P.152 (before Mon. 14/2)

GROUP A 

Do Grammar exercises p.46,47,48 (for Mon. 14/2)

Week - 14/02

After reading p.152 do ex.  on page 46,47,48 (for Wed. 16/2) 

Write an essay supporting the policy to reintroduce wolves back into the American wildlife.

See 'facts about wolves' on page 41 in your writing dispenser - these notes are to be included in your essay. However, do not directly copy from them - use your own words where possible. (max. 220 words) Deadline: 25th February

WEEK - 21/02

Do Reading and Use of Eng. p.52+53 (Vocab. only) for Wed. 02/03

WEEK - 28/02

Do Grammar p.53 + 54 (Past Modals) for Wed. 02/03 + Reading p.56+57 for 07/03

WEEK - 7/03

Read p.155 and do p.65+66 for Wed. 9/3

Week . 14/03

Reading and Use of Eng. p.74+75 by Wed. 16/3

Read p.156 Do page 73 for Wed 30/3 + Reading and Use of Eng. p74+75

Week 28/03

Do Vocabuary p. 76 for Wed 30/3 

Week 04/04

Read up on 'The Comma' in the Writing Dispenser p.57 - p.60 for 06/4 - test in class (6/4)

Study up on the Hyphen and Colon in the Writing Dispenser p.61,62 and 63 for Mon 11/4

Do exercises on 'Hedging' p.90 for Mon 11/4

Week 11/4

Read p.157 on Gerunds and Infinitives and do Ex p.83 for 20/4

 

   

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATED SKILLS COURSE

Group A

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 18 -21 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Dott.ssa Pearce

Monday + Wednesday 13.45 – 15.15

Aula E

Group B

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 21-24 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Dott.ssa Pearce

Monday + Wednesday 12.00 – 13.30

Aula E

Group C

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 24-27 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Dott. Lydster

Tuesday 17.15 – 18.45 Aula C

Thursday 8.30 – 10.00 Aula B

Group D

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione

27-30 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Dott. Lydster

Tuesday 13.45 – 15.15 Aula C

Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 Aula B

 

TRADUZIONE – ESERCITAZIONI - New lecturer - Dott. Eleonora Maldini

More information will be posted up shortly on days, times and place.

Group A

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 18 -21 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Group B

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 21-24 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Group C

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 24-27 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Group D

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione

27-30 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

LINGUA E LINGUISTICA INGLESE 3 (Laurea triennale):
Language classes - 'esercitazioni' with Prof. Pearce, Prof. Maldini, and Prof. Lydster, will start back on ....., according to each individual group's timetable.
Group divisions will remain the same.

There are no Teams links on the online timetable for esercitazioni courses, so you have to access the classroom from the course page on Virtuale - Esercitazione Lingua e Linguistica inglese 3 - Pearce (A and B)
You must also enrol for the esercitazioni course on Virtuale, otherwise you will not receive any news posted on the forum.


***Receiving hours with Dott.ssa Pearce are by appointment only on teams - Tuesday + Thursday 17.00 - 18.00 (online) Please book an appointment.

Students, who have still not seen the various components of the Esercitazione exam of May '21 exam may make an appointment in receiving hours with either Prof.ssa Pearce, Prof. Bartoloni or Prof. Lydster -depending on which part of the exam paper you wish to see


 

Cambridge English Masterclass Proficiency, Oxford Units covered  1, 2, 3 and 4

1st Semester

Grammar: Stative + Dynamic verbs, (Unit 7 p73) The Narrative Tenses, (a review - unit 1 p14 + 15) The Future Forms and Time Clauses (Unit 2 - p23) Focus and Emphasis + Cleft sentences - (Unit 3 - p36+37) The Perfect Aspect + Simple and Continuous Aspect (p36+37)

Specific items - 'get' + preposition + expressions involving get; would - past + present meaning (p14 + 15)

Lexis - themes:  The Environment, Art and Culture, The Family and Communication 

 

Writing: Understanding exam questions; planning the essay; the structural organisation of an essay; summarizing and paraphrasing - p29+ p30; the art of cohesion; writing a review p38 +39; Discursive Essays - cause and effect p.49+50 (see also materials from writing dispenser)

Writing Assignments: a book or film review; a summary; a discursive essay 

Assignment 1 - Some people believe that the government should spend a great deal of money on protecting the environment. Others think this money would be better  spent on other things such things as education and healthcare. Discuss (300 words)

Assignment 2 - A summary (Boots on Ground - in the Writing handout)

Assignment 3 - A review of a novel or an article you have recently read (roughly 300 words)

Assignment 4 - A discursive essay - Scientists are urgently advising governments throughout the world to find global policies to prevent our climate changes becoming even further out of control.   Why if this is the case has the United States of America chosen to ignore this scientific evidence and refuses to be party to these environmental regulations? (roughly 300 words)

Reading Text Analysis - p22, p24 + 25; p33; p34 + 35; p42+43, p46

Speaking about: your family; environmental problems; your hometown; the meaning of the word 'culture'; communication + relationships; discussing a painting; international relations (discourse markers in speech - p45)

2nd Semester

 


Pubblicato il: 03 dicembre 2016