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Facoltà di Economia CdL Economia e gestione dei servizi turistici Lingua Inglese Welcome BienvenusWilkommen Benvenuti Benibenius Bienvenidos Benibenius a.a. 2008/2009
OLGA DENTI http://www.econoca.it/did_docenti_dett.asp?id=112 orario di ricevimento Martedì13-15 (STUDIO 11) Venerdì 9-11 (STUDIO 11) by appointment ANY TIME!!!! firstname.lastname@example.org
Sito Web: http://poloeco.unica.it/inglese/ Allinterno del sito: Collegamenti con riviste e quotidiani online; Siti didattici con esercizi di inglese generale e specialistico;
Economia e Gestione dei Servizi Turistici ORARIO I SEMESTRE ORELunedìMartedìMercoledìGiovedìVenerdì 9-12 Lezione (Denti) Lezione (Denti) 15-17Esercitazione Dott.ssa Claire Wallis Gruppo A 17-19Esercitazione Dott.ssa Claire Wallis Gruppo B
Materiale didattico, Intelligent Business Pre-intermediate, Coursebook and workbook w. CD, Longman n n Activities, job seeking, image, location, price, service, Focus on travels and Holidays, Modern Languages
LEsame ………. n n Due prove, 1 scritta e 1 orale n n La prova scritta consiste in: n n Ascolto e comprensione; n n Use of English (grammatica e lessico); n n Lettura e Comprensione di testo a carattere economico-turistico con esercizi vari.
LEsame ………. n n Due prove, 1 scritta e 1 orale n n La prova orale consiste in: n n Presentazione personale + descrizione e confronto di fotografie (PARTE 1); n n Presentazione di un articolo di argomento specifico (economico, turistico, socio-politico); Discussione sul testo. Il candidato dovrà rispondere a domande di carattere lessicale, sintattico, morfologico, semantico. 2 copie pulite foglio A4 (PARTE 2)
LEsame ………. PART 1 DESCRIBE YOURSELF. DURATION: 5 MINUTES Talk about your personal life, your hobbies, interests, wishes and hopes for your future life. COMPARE AND CONTRAST TWO PHOTOGRAPHS. Describe what you see and compare. PART 2 DISCUSSING A TOPIC OF YOUR CHOICE. DURATION: 10 MINUTES Students will introduce a topic of their choice, and present a newspaper or magazine article. The article should not be longer than a photocopied A4 page. A part of an article is also acceptable. The article should discuss a relevant economic, tourist or political issue. They will be then asked specific questions about the text. Students will bring two copies of the article. One, to be given to the examining board, must be perfectly clean.
LEsame Percorso alternativo………. n n Per i frequentanti: 1 prova di ascolto e comprensione giovedì 27 novembre 2008; n n Per i frequentanti: 1 prova di grammatica & use of English giovedì 27 novembre 2008; n n Un voto di almeno 20/30 consentirà di non sostenere la prova di ascolto e la prova di use of English a Gennaio/Febbraio Alle prove interne potranno accedere solo gli studenti che avranno frequentato almeno il 70% delle lezioni con la dott.ssa Denti e delle esercitazioni con la dott.ssa Wallis
Choose the best word to fill each gap in the sentences below. (MULTIPLE CHOICE) 1. We offer a ….. to customers who buy in bulk a) refundb) discountc) delivery 2.We ask customers who are not fully satisfied to ………goods within seven days a) discount b) refundc) return 3. Goods will be ………. within 24 hours of your order a) despatchedb) purchasedc) exchanged LESAME Use of English
Word formation. (MULTIPLE CHOICE) 1. He will be a very.................... manager a) successb) successfulc) succeed 2......................is good for business a) compete b) competitivec) competition 3. Goods will be................ within 24 hours of your order a) deliveryb) deliveredc) deliverable LESAME Use of English
. Transform the following active sentences into passive ones. EXAMPLE: Yesterday they renovated your apartment YOUR APARTMENT WAS RENOVATED YESTERDAY a. She has parked her car outside the building b. John didnt pass his exam yesterday c. They will take him to the airport d. The coach is giving instructions to the players e. He hates her LESAME Use of English – Grammar Exercises (rif. Livello B1)
Comprensione generale di un testo scritto attraverso: Analisi della frase e del periodo True & False questions General Questions Language Questions: Synonyms, Antonyms Paraphrases Morphology: holidaymakerHOLIDAY-MAKE-(E)R Phonetics :/ kwa (r)/ verb LESAME La Reading ……..
Holidays are the last thing the British want to give up (I) Although the tourism business is not (or not yet) disintegrating, it does seem to be changing. Two- week holidays are becoming a thing of the past, with many people preferring shorter but more frequent breaks. This may partly account for resilient-looking figures.…..shorter but more frequentresilient-looking figures.….. (II) More perversely still, given a weakening economy, rising unemployment and higher inflation, tastes in holidays seem to be moving upmarket. According to Ms Smalley, there is a steep decline in holidays that cost less than £400 and a commensurate rise in those costing £800 or more, especially to the Caribbean. As sadness mounts at home, it seems that Britons are willing to pay more to escape it.are willing to LESAME La Reading ……..
LESAME What are shorter and more frequent? Verbs, adjectives, nouns, adverbs????
LESAME La Reading …….. Weakening ['w ɪː kən ɪ ŋ] adj. [usually before noun] becoming weak; diminishing To be willing to means: A: to opposeB. to want C. to be probable in the future
LESAME La Reading …….. Resilient-looking figures refers to: A.People who look better B.Flexible data showing a recovery C. Increasing results
LESAME La Reading …….. What words or expressions in the text mean: a.To be the reason or explanation, to be responsible (verb) (I) b.Increasing, growing, soaring (adj) (II) c.Not being employed, not having a job (noun) (II)
LESAME La Reading …….. True or false? a.The British are stopping to go on holiday because of economic problems b.Data look healthier due to the new form of micro- holidays c.As the economy improves, the British prefer more expensive holidays
The English language in 2008 n n How many people speak English in the world today? n n 1st language, 2nd language, Foreign language :???? n n 1st language 360-450 million (70 m. creole) n n 2nd language (70 countries where it has a status – Ghana, India, Nigeria, Singapore.) 200-800 million (number depends on fluency and on whats happening in India). The good guess is 400 m. n n Foreign language, 120 countries: 600-1.000 million learning English (China & Olympic Games???) DISTINCTION BETWEEN 2nd and FOREIGN is difficult NIGERIA-GHANA vs. Sweden & the Netherlands…..
The English language in 2008 n n Overall: an estimate of 1500-1600 million speak English n n The world population is today 6 bn n n This means that 1 in 3 or 1 in 4 now are speaking English, and that.. n n …for every 1 native speaker there are 3 or 4 non-native speakers n n Moreover, the population growth rate of non- native speakers countries is higher… n n So the ratio is going to grow in favour of non- native speakers of English, like us Italian students!!!
Global English- English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) n n The language of non-native speakers will soon become the language of international communication WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THIS? - - Vocabulary - - Pronunciation - - Grammar The English we teach and learn will change. Certain pronunciations and errors will be accepted… WE MUST BE MORE TOLERANT AND ACCEPT DIVERSITY
Global English- English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) n n Why do people want to know English? n n WORK n n LEISURE AND HOLIDAYS n n STUDY (school, university, life long learning) n n INTERNET n n PERSONAL INTERESTS n n ……… and contribute to the definition of our identity: n n I AM AN ENGLISH SPEAKER
Global English- English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) n n Whats English for? n n Intercultural communication n n Professional necessity n n Driver of international capitalism n n A threat for local cultures and languages