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Inglês Aplicado C2.1 - Empresarial / Jurídico - Línguas e Relações Empresariais - Sem Ramos - Especialidades


7.5
ECTS / UC
Ano: 3 / 1º Semestre
Plano: 2013/14
Área Científica: LIE
Nível: Avançado

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Ensino Teórico-Prático: 64.00
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Curso - Ramo Ano Plano
Línguas e Relações Empresariais - Sem Ramos - Especialidades 2013/14

Corpo Docente

Vladimir Zegarac
Vladimir Zegarac


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Ficha da disciplina

Objectivos da disciplina

  • LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

The ultimate aim of the course is to improve business and legal communicative and written skills and to develop students? abilities to interact with different cultures in typical professional situations. The student-centred approach will allow learners to use their own experiences, knowledge, and expertise in activities and discussions.

 

Critérios de avaliação

TYPE A ASSESSMENT 

 

Students will be working in small groups (3-4) on a project dealing with a topic of their own choice (related to issues in business and/or law). Topics could be either reseach or business orientated, but should always be discussed and agreed with the teacher.

 

Studsents will prepare a project proposal first and then work on the project. Project results will be presented on a website which the students will create using one of the free platforms (Wordpress, Wix, etc).

 

The mark for the project proposal will be a group mark, while the presentation will be marked individually.

 

 

 

 

Programa resumido (ver programa detalhado)

Bibliografia Principal

-          Set Texts: Course books
 
- BROWN, Gillian D. and Sally Rice, Professional English in Use: Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
- MASCULL, Bill, Business Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
  
-          Set Texts: Grammars
 
- DUCKWORTH, Michael, Business Grammar and Practice, Oxford: O.U.P., 2003
- STRUTT, Peter, Market Leader Business Grammar and Usage: Business English, Harlow: Pearson/Longman, 2000.
 
 

 Students will be asked to work on an additional selection of different types of texts that will be handed to them during classes by the lecturer.

Outras Fontes Bibliográficas / Documentos de Apoio

General Bibliography
 
ALCARAZ VARÓ, E., El inglés jurídico. Textos y documentos. Barcelona, Ariel.
ALEN, André, Treatise on Belgian Constitutional Law- 34. BEL Tre
ASHLEY, A., A Handbook of Commercial Correspondence (Intermediate to Advanced), O.U.P.
ATKINSON, Brian, Business Economics- 33 ATK Bus
ATRILL, Peter, Accounting for Business - 657.4 ATR Acc
BAINBRIDGE, T., et al., The Penguin Companion to European Union, Penguin.
BERMEJO, Luis Rubalcaba, Business Services in European Industry: Growth, Employment and Competitiveness- 08 UE BER Bus
BLACKFORD, Mensel G., The rise of Modern Business in Great Britain, the United States of America and Japan - 330.342.23 BLA Ris
BOWEN, T., Build your Business Grammar (Intermediate), Language Teaching Publications.
BOYD, Frances, Making Business Decisions (Advanced), Longman.
BRIEGER, Nick (ed.), Test Your Professional English (Pre-Intermediate - Advanced), Longman.
_______, (ed.))Test your professional English: Law, Harlow: Penguin English - 802.0 BRI Tes
_______, (ed.), Penguin English Business English Photocopiables (Intermediate - Advanced).
BROWN, Gillian and Rice, Sally, Professional English in Use: Law, Cambridge: C.U.P, 2007.
BUEGER, N., Business Contacts - 802.0 Bus
Business Letters for All,Oxford University Press - 802.0 NAT Bus
 

Atendimento

Para qualquer assunto que requeira atendimento personalizado, por favor enviar email para givascob@uma.pt para efeitos de agendamento.

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