Students' oral and written skills should be at the A2 level of the CEFR
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The exam consists of a written test that will assess students’ listening and written skills and their vocabulary and grammatical knowledge at the B1 level of the CEFR by means of fill-in-the-gaps, multiple-choice, open-answer, and reading comprehension exercises.
The exam exercises will be of the same kind as the ones in the text books.
This 6-credit course consists of a language module (75 hours of face-to-face language lessons) – 6 credits.
In the language module, lessons aim at developing students’ basic communicative skills in English at the pre-intermediate level with a focus on the written skills, grammar, and vocabulary at the A2 level of the CEFR.
This language module aims at developing students' basic communicative skills at the pre-intermediate level (A2/B1 of CEFR) with a focus on the written skills, grammar, and vocabulary as specified in the textbook for this module (see the bibliographic reference).
Clare, A. and J.J. Wilson (2016) “Speak Out. Pre-Intermediate”. Harlow, Pearson (pp. 1-176).
Face-to-face lessons (75 hours during the first term).
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