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Communicating in English - 3PMKANG6

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 0
    • Tutorials : 24.0
    • Laboratory works : 0
    • Projects : 0
    • Internship : 0
    • Written tests : 0
    ECTS : 2.0

Goals

Our aim will be:

  • to prepare students for their future multi-cultural and complex environments.
  • to offer an experimental zone via projects and teamwork to help develop the right tools for professional communication.
  • to enhance communication skills to convince others of the value of one's product or project
  • to master professional presentation tools and to discuss findings convincingly and efficiently
  • to answer general or technical questions constructively, taking into account the specificity of once's audience
  • to develop note-taking and oral/written reporting skills
  • to work as a team on small-group projects and to understand the value of sharing a joint technical and scientific background in a multicultural context
  • to develop group creativity and interpersonal skills through innovative projects
  • to monitor one's progress and develop personal improvement strategies for B2 level and beyond
Contact Veronique BEGUIN

Content

Aspects covered in class will include:

  • presentation and negotiation techniques
  • awareness and analysis of social and scientific changes
  • note-taking and summary writing practice, based on popular science publications
  • student insights into the history of ideas and the development of technologies
  • oral communication skills


Prerequisites

Minimum requirement: A2 level

Tests

Semester 5 - The exam is given in english only 

100% Continuous assessment - evaluated oral and written tasks - regular attendance is essential.
Continuous assessment has been designed to be carried out either online or at Phelma (depending on the circumstances): 25% product fair; 30% executive summary; 20% 3-minute presentation ; 5% student mobility and intercultural experience report; 20% personal involvement and attendance



100% contrôle continu (en présentiel ou en ligne)
Présence et participation active essentielles

25% 'product fair' / présentation de produit
30% note de synthèse
20% présentation orale
5% rapport "mobilité étudiante et expérience interculturelle"
20% implication dans le processus d'apprentissage

Rattrapages (en présentiel ou distanciel): épreuve orale ou écrite en fonction des tâches non validées

Additional Information

Semester 5 - This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->1Y Core Curriculum->Semester 5
Curriculum->1Y PET Semester 5->Semester 5
Curriculum->1Y PMP Semester 5->Semester 5
Curriculum->Common courses->Semester 5

Bibliography

Ressources pédagogiques ciblées par l'équipe pour chacun des semestres en fonction des besoins des futur(e)s ingénieur(e)s en Physique, Electronique et Matériaux.

Pour la préparation à l'épreuve de certification B2:
Utilisation du test Linguaskill, voir explications sur le site de Cambridge University: https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/linguaskill/information-about-the-test/test-formats-and-task-types/
Linguaskill demo & ressources: https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/linguaskill/information-about-the-test/practice-materials/

L’anglais à Phelma, c'est aussi : une médiathèque anglophone riche en ouvrages et DVDs; des outils d'auto-apprentissage en ligne et à distance

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Date of update March 19, 2019

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