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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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INFORMATION + ANNOUNCEMENTS - 3RD YEAR

New Announcements

 Visione Exami - Esercit. Inglese 3 (27.01.22) - con Dott.ssa Pearce, Maldini +Dott. Lydster

Ore: 14h - 16h  - LINK TO THE MAIN ROOM ON VIRTUALE - ANNOUNCEMENTS - available prior to the meeting on Virtual and on this Portale

The link to the MAIN ROOM can be found on Virtuale in Group 3 A's announcements.

   

 

LINGUA E LINGUISTICA INGLESE 3 (Laurea triennale):
Language classes - 'esercitazioni' with Prof. Pearce and Prof. Lydster
Group divisions 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
You must also enrol for the esercitazioni course on Virtuale, otherwise you will not receive any news posted on the forum. 

Lesson Times

Group A - Monday and Wednesday Group B - Monday and Wednesday (12.00 - 13.30)


***Receiving hours with Dott.ssa Pearce are by appointment only - Tuesday and Thursday 17h - 18h (online)

 Students, who have still not seen the various components of the Esercitazione exam of the Esercit. 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. 

 

  

 

WORK ASSIGNMENTS FOR 2021 - 22 (Students are advised to keep a close eye on the weekly adjustments to this programme of work.)

Week 1 (04/10)

 

 

 

Group A 

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

Dott.ssa Pearce

Monday + Wednesday (Times will be put up as soon as they have been established.)

Filippo Re, 8 - Aula E

 

Group B

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

Dott.ssa Pearce

Monday + Wednesday (Times will be put up as soon as they have been established.)

Filippo Re, 8 - Aula E

Group C

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione 25-27 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Dott. Lydster

Tuesday + Thursday (Times will be put up as soon as they have been established.)

Filippo Re, 8 - Aula B (from 9th Nov.)

 

Group D

Studenti che hanno riportato la votazione

27 -30 nella parte scritta di Inglese 2

Dott. Lydster

Tuesday + Thursday (Times will be put up as soon as they have been established.)

Filippo Re, 8 Aula B

Materials:

Groups (integrated skills): 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D.

Pearce + Lydster - Cambridge English Proficiency Masterclass (Student's Book) Gude, Duckworth, Rogers (Oxford)

Writing dispenser  Dott. Pearce's writing dispenser - find dispenser for downloading on Pearce's Virtual site - entitled ('Writing workshop')   students from both Dott. Pearce and Lydster's groups will need this dispenser for study purposes for Section 1 and 2 of the final exam (reading Analysis, summary writing and writing composition).

TRANSLATION: groups 3E, 3F, 3G, 3H. Information on professor and times will be provided at a later date.


TRADUZIONE – ESERCITAZIONI

Which group should you attend? This depends on your ‘inglese 2 esercitazioni’ mark:

Group A (Translation group E) 18-19

Group B (Translation group F) from 20 to 22

Group C (Translation group G) from 23 to 25

Group D (Translation group H) 26+

 

 

INFORMATION FOR ESERCITAZIONI INGLESE 3 - A.A. 2020 - 21

INTEGRATED SKILLS GROUP A + B

1ST SEMESTER

COURSEBOOK: (All classes)'Proficiency Masterclass' by K. Gude, M. Duckworth and L. Rogers' (Oxford University Press) + collect the Writing Dispenser (Pearce) from 3rd year Virtual site (Pearce's)

 

3rd YEAR COURSE PROGRAMME (2021 – 22)

1. Writing (writing dispenser)

Understanding the exam question – instruction words

Structuring an Essay:

  1. Developing an introduction (engaging the reader, emphasising the importance of the issue discussed and writing a clear thesis statement).
  2. the paragraph (topic sentences and supporting material)
  3. Creating a logical step by step development of an argument
  4. The conclusion

Showing your stance

Types of essays

  • The chronological essay + writing about processes
  • The discursive or argumentative essay
  • Cause and Effect
  • Compare and contrast essays
  • A Review
  • An article

Paraphrasing + summary writing

Good punctuation - understanding how and when to punctuate (see writing dispenser)

Use of Cohesive devices

2. Reading Analysis (text book)

  • Hedging
  • Lexical chains
  • Emphasis and Focus
  • Persuasive devices (use of alliteration, metaphor etc.)
  • Punctuation
  • Cohesion
  • Evaluative language
  • Expressing degrees of certainly
  • Nominalisation
  • Being tactful in written work
  • Descriptive Language

    General comprehension through the understanding of the article’s structural design (see above – essay structure)

3. Grammar Focus (text book)

The Narrative Tenses

Future Forms

Cleft sentences and Inversions

The Perfect Aspect

Past Modals

Defining and Non-defining relative clauses

Stative and Continuous Verbs

Gerund and Infinitives

Uses of get and have something done

Adverb and Adjective Collocations

Contrast and reason clauses + Adverb clauses of manner

Unreal and mixed conditionals

4. Themes and related vocabulary (text book)

People and places

The environment

Language and culture

Family and relationships

Safety and danger

Health and lifestyle

Science and technology

Crime and Law and Order

Employment

Entertainment

Money issues and Business

Travel and Tourism

 

  

Pubblicato il: 02 ottobre 2018