Course: Entrance Language Exam - English

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Course title Entrance Language Exam - English
Course code OJA/KJZKA
Organizational form of instruction no contact
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study 1
Semester Winter and summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech, English
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Novotný Michal, Mgr.
Course content
Requirements: All necessary and required knowledge can be found in: Essential Grammar in Use - Raymond Murphy, Cambridge University Press or Angličtina pro samouky - L. Kollmannová, lekce 1-10. We also recommend e.g. a video course Angl. kurz pro samouky (English Hacker) on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWMYkRShs9g&list=RDCMUC05nQRet2yghSjF-p8NNHGw&index=2

Learning activities and teaching methods
Individual preparation for exam
Learning outcomes
Entry Language Exam (KJZKA) is intended for all bachelor programmes in part-time study and it is recommended for the first year of the study. The main aim of the Entry Language Exam (KJZKA) is to test the actual language skills of bachelor students and eliminate from further language classes at TF those students whose language skills do not reach at least the Elementary level of English (CEF A1).
KJZKA should encourage/force/motivate students to start self-study or another form of lang. education to acquire sufficient language knowledge of minimum Elementary level which is the prerequisite for further language study at TF JU.
Prerequisites
Minimum level of English knowledge - Elementary (CEFR A1)

Assessment methods and criteria
Test

50-69% knowledge score in KJZKA gives students the right to continue in other language courses at TF (OJA/KANJ1, OJA/KANJ2). 70% and more knowledge score means that student passed KJZKA and automatically also subsequent subject OJA/KANJ1). Marking - 50-59% ... mark 3 60-69% ... mark 2 70-100% ...mark 1 Organization of the study (testing): In winter semester, the terms of tests will be scheduled in October-November and during the examination term (January-February). In summer semester, the terms of tests will be scheduled in March, May, June and September. Please follow STAG and register to specific terms that suit you. There will be enough terms on weekdays as well as on Saturdays.
Recommended literature
  • KOLLMANNOVÁ L. Angličtina pro samouky. LEDA, Praha, 1994. ISBN 80-85927-02-0.
  • MURPHY, R. Essential Grammar in Use. CUP, 1997. ISBN 978-0-521-67580-2.


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