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Formação Científica, Cultural, Social e Ética 1 ( Língua Inglesa A1 ) - Enfermagem - Sem Ramos - Especialidades


7.5
ECTS / Credit Units
Year: 1 / 1º Semestre
Plan: 2011/12
Scientific Area: FCC
Level: Básico

Semestral Hour Load

Theorical:
Theorical-Pratical: 80.00
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Degree having this Course

Degree - Branch Degree Plan Year
Enfermagem - Sem Ramos - Especialidades 2011/12

Teaching Staff

Jane Franco Spínola Diogo
Jane Franco Spínola Diogo


Responsibilities:
Regência
Responsável pelas Pautas
Ensino teórico-prático

Course Information

Course Objectivs

This ESP English Language module essentially aims at developing reading, speaking, writing and listening skills in nursing undergraduates. In this module, students will be asked to partake in a wide array of communicative activities so as to promote the students? self-confidence in using the English Language in patient care situations.

The above purposes can only be entirely achieved if students engage in class activities and fully commit to self-studying on a daily basis. 



Evaluation Criteria

Classification Type: Quantitative (0-20)
Evaluation Methodology: Theoretical and theoretical-practical lectures. Individual work. Working in pairs. Presentation of content depending on interaction with students. Resources: board/projection. During the semester there will be two written exams (frequências) which will test the different competencies - reading, writing and listening - of the English language.

Program Resume (get program detail)

I -   English Language
Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing
II ? Vocabulary
- Unit 1. The hospital team: An admission, an interview, ?The nursing profession?, talking personally, profile, describing jobs.
- Unit 2. In and around the hospital: Directions, ?Wheelchairs?, the ward, prepositions, departments.
- Unit 3. Hospital admissions: A patient record, ?Bad handwriting?, summary, admissions procedure.
- Unit 4. Accidents and emergencies: Instructions, ?A surprise passenger?, emergency helpline, poster.
- Unit 6. Symptoms: Researching symptoms, ?Mystery syndromes?,  helpline, symptom report.
 - Unit 13. Monitoring the patient: A coma patient, scan, ?General anaesthetics?, vital signs, anaesthetic procedures, describing and taking readings.
- Unit 14. Medication: Dosages, drugs, medication, ?Pandemics and Tamiflu?.
III - Grammar
? Nouns
? Determiners
? Adjectives
? Prepositions
? Irregular Verbs
? Verb Tenses

Main Bibliography


Grice, T., Oxford English for Careers: Nursing 1, OUP, 2007

Other Biographical Sources / Support Documents

Burton, S. & J. Humphries, Mastering the English Language, Macmillan, 1992
Carter, R. & M. McCarthy, Cambridge Grammar of English: A Comprehensive Guide - Spoken and Written English Grammar and Usage, CUP, 2006
Crystal, D., Rediscover Grammar, Longman, 2004
Harmer, J. & R. Rossner, More than Words: Vocabulary for Intermediate to Advanced Students, Longman, vols. 1 & 2, 1991
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, Longman
Murphy, R., English Grammar in Use, CUP, 1999
Novo Michaelis, Dicionário Ilustrado, Edições Melhoramentos
Swan, M., & C. Walter, How English Works, OUP, 1997
Swan, M., & C. Walter, Practical English Usage, OUP, 2005
Thomson, A. et al., A Practical English Grammar for Foreign Students, OUP, 1975
Willis, D., Collins Cobuild Student?s Grammar, Harper Collins, 1995

Student Support

Office Hours: Mondays:11h-13h

Students may schedule appointments via email: jane@staff.uma.pt, or through the Student Support Office, Edificio da Penteada, Ground Floor.

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Horário de Atendimento: 2ª-Feira das 11h?13h

A marcação do atendimento poderá ser feita via email, jane@staff.uma.pt, ou no gabinete de apoio ao estudante, Edifício da Penteada, Piso 0.