Economia Lingua Inglese

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Economia Lingua Inglese
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
1 CFU
1
Choose one topic from the following list and prepare a written report of about 100 words. Please use
your own words and not those of the Internet.
Then you must book online for an oral examination session and bring the written report with you. Be
prepared to give a short oral summary of your report.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Pollution and environmental problems in Puglia.
The world economy in five years’ time.
Alternative energy sources.
Immigration in Italy.
The most interesting / important news story at the moment.
*
You must book online for the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
2 CFU
1
Choose one topic from the following list and prepare a written report of about 100 words. Please use
your own words and not those of the Internet.
Then you must book online for an oral examination session and bring the written report with you. Be
prepared to give a short oral summary of your report.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Pollution and environmental problems in Puglia.
The world economy in five years’ time.
Alternative energy sources.
Immigration in Italy.
The most interesting / important news story at the moment.
2
Two reading comprehensions to be completed before the esame orale.
*
You must book online for the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
3 CFU
1
Choose one topic from the following list and prepare a written report of about 100 words. Please use
your own words and not those of the Internet.
Then you must book online for an oral examination session and bring the written report with you. Be
prepared to give a short oral summary of your report.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Pollution and environmental problems in Puglia.
The world economy in five years’ time.
Alternative energy sources.
Immigration in Italy.
The most interesting / important news story at the moment.
2
Esame orale
a.
b.
Brief general conversation in English with teacher.
Brief description/summary of one text of your choice from the “libro di testo”:
John Allison with Paul Emmerson (2014): The Business 2.0 B1 Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book
(Macmillan Publishers)
p. 11 – Chinese internships impress employers
p. 23 – How to keep your customers happy
p. 37 – Supply chain software rescues toy factory
p. 49 – How I got my dream job
p. 63 – Sales versus marketing
p. 75 – Why not buy into business?
p. 89 – How can companies lose millions but still stay in business?
p. 101 – Franchising
*
You must book online for the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
4 CFU
1
Esame scritto
a.
Grammar exercises
Present Simple (+ adverbs of frequency)
Present Continuous
Prepositions of time, place and movement
Past Simple – regular (pronunciation of regular verbs) and irregular verbs
Past Simple vs. Past Continuous
Present Perfect (+ for / since / just / already / yet / never / ever)
Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Comparatives and Superlatives
Modal verbs – can / could / must / have to / should etc
Future – be going to / will / Present simple + continuous for future
0 and 1st Conditional
Passive form
b.
Reading comprehension
2
Esame orale
1.
2.
Brief general conversation in English with teacher.
Brief description/summary of one text (chosen by the teacher) from the “libro di testo”:
John Allison with Paul Emmerson (2014): The Business 2.0 B1 Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book
(Macmillan Publishers)
p. 11 – Chinese internships impress employers
p. 23 – How to keep your customers happy
p. 37 – Supply chain software rescues toy factory
p. 49 – How I got my dream job
p. 63 – Sales versus marketing
p. 75 – Why not buy into business?
p. 89 – How can companies lose millions but still stay in business?
p. 101 – Franchising
*
You must book online for the esame scritto and the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
5 CFU
1
Esame scritto
a.
Grammar exercises
Present Simple (+ adverbs of frequency)
Present Continuous
Prepositions of time, place and movement
Past Simple – regular (pronunciation of regular verbs) and irregular verbs
Past Simple vs. Past Continuous
Present Perfect (+ for / since / just / already / yet / never / ever)
Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Comparatives and Superlatives
Modal verbs – can / could / must / have to / should etc
Future – be going to / will / Present simple + continuous for future
0 and 1st Conditional
Passive form
b.
c.
d.
Vocabulary exercise based on lexis in reading texts below
Reading comprehension
Writing task - Business letter
2
Esame orale
a.
b.
Brief general conversation in English with teacher.
Brief description/summary of one text (chosen by the teacher) from the “libro di testo”:
John Allison with Paul Emmerson (2014): The Business 2.0 B1 Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book
(Macmillan Publishers)
p. 11 – Chinese internships impress employers
p. 23 – How to keep your customers happy
p. 37 – Supply chain software rescues toy factory
p. 49 – How I got my dream job
p. 63 – Sales versus marketing
p. 75 – Why not buy into business?
p. 89 – How can companies lose millions but still stay in business?
p. 101 – Franchising
*
You must book online for the esame scritto and the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
6 CFU
1
Esame scritto
a.
Grammar exercises
Present Simple (+ adverbs of frequency)
Present Continuous
Prepositions of time, place and movement
Past Simple – regular (pronunciation of regular verbs) and irregular verbs
Past Simple vs. Past Continuous
Present Perfect (+ for / since / just / already / yet / never / ever)
Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Comparatives and Superlatives
Modal verbs – can / could / must / have to / should etc
Future – be going to / will / Present simple + continuous for future
0 and 1st Conditional
Passive form
b.
c.
d.
Vocabulary exercise based on lexis in reading texts below
Reading comprehension
Writing task - Business letter
2
Esame orale
a.
b.
Brief general conversation in English with teacher.
Brief description/summary of two texts (chosen by the teacher) from the “libro di testo”:
John Allison with Paul Emmerson (2014): The Business 2.0 B1 Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book
(Macmillan Publishers)
p. 11 – Chinese internships impress employers
p. 23 – How to keep your customers happy
p. 37 – Supply chain software rescues toy factory
p. 49 – How I got my dream job
p. 63 – Sales versus marketing
p. 75 – Why not buy into business?
p. 89 – How can companies lose millions but still stay in business?
p. 101 – Franchising
*
You must book online for the esame scritto and the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
7 CFU
1
Esame scritto
a.
Grammar exercises
Present Simple (+ adverbs of frequency)
Present Continuous
Prepositions of time, place and movement
Past Simple – regular (pronunciation of regular verbs) and irregular verbs
Past Simple vs. Past Continuous
Present Perfect (+ for / since / just / already / yet / never / ever)
Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Comparatives and Superlatives
Modal verbs – can / could / must / have to / should etc
Future – be going to / will / Present simple + continuous for future
0, 1st and 2nd Conditional
Passive form
b.
c.
d.
Vocabulary exercise based on lexis in reading texts below
Reading comprehension
Writing task – Business e-mail + letter
2
Esame orale
a.
b.
Brief general conversation in English with teacher.
Brief description/summary of two texts (chosen by the teacher) from the “libro di testo”:
John Allison with Paul Emmerson (2014): The Business 2.0 B1 Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book
(Macmillan Publishers)
p. 11 – Chinese internships impress employers
p. 23 – How to keep your customers happy
p. 37 – Supply chain software rescues toy factory
p. 49 – How I got my dream job
p. 63 – Sales versus marketing
p. 75 – Why not buy into business?
p. 89 – How can companies lose millions but still stay in business?
p. 101 – Franchising
*
You must book online for the esame scritto and the esame orale.
Dipartimento di Economia – Lingua Inglese
Exam credits
8 CFU
1
Esame scritto
a.
Grammar exercises
Present Simple (+ adverbs of frequency)
Present Continuous
Prepositions of time, place and movement
Past Simple – regular (pronunciation of regular verbs) and irregular verbs
Past Simple vs. Past Continuous
Present Perfect (+ for / since / just / already / yet / never / ever)
Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Comparatives and Superlatives
Modal verbs – can / could / must / have to / should etc
Future – be going to / will / Present simple + continuous for future
0, 1st and 2nd Conditional
Passive form
b.
c.
c.
d.
Vocabulary exercise based on lexis in reading texts below
Reading comprehension
Graph description exercise
Writing tasks - Business e-mail + Business letter
2
Esame orale
a.
b.
Brief general conversation in English with teacher.
Brief description/summary of two texts (chosen by the teacher) from the “libro di testo”:
John Allison with Paul Emmerson (2014): The Business 2.0 B1 Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book
(Macmillan Publishers)
p. 11 – Chinese internships impress employers
p. 23 – How to keep your customers happy
p. 37 – Supply chain software rescues toy factory
p. 49 – How I got my dream job
p. 63 – Sales versus marketing
p. 75 – Why not buy into business?
p. 89 – How can companies lose millions but still stay in business?
p. 101 – Franchising
*
You must book online for the esame scritto and the esame orale.