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Department

English Language Center

Major

All Majors

Course Title

General English

Code

ENG 101

Prerequisite

None

 

Course Description: The course is designed to                                   
consolidate student’s previous knowledge ofEnglish                                                                                       
and bring it up to an intermediate level which enables them to enroll in ESP Courses related to their respective majors.

Semester    

1

2

3

4

5

6

Credit hr/w                 

3

 

 

 

 

 

Contact hr/w              

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Goal: To teach the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as improving student’s pronunciation and vocabulary knowledge, with main emphasis on teaching communication competence in English.

Objectives : Upon completion of the course, students will be able to do the following
Reading with reasonable comprehension various types of authentic texts using a variety of reading skills such as skimming, scanning, reading for details, and making inferences.
Writing medium length English composition using correct grammar, spelling, style, punctuation, and suitable vocabulary.
Engaging in various types of simple conversations with appropriate fluent intelligible English, and correct comprehension

L = Lecture Hours, W = Workshop/Laboratory Hours, T = Tutorial Hours

 

Textbook:

New interchange English for intermediate international communication. J. Richards with J. Hull and S. Proctor
I. Student’s books 2.

Additional
Readings and
Teaching Aids.

Workbook. 2
2. Audio Cassette or CD.
3. Video
4. Teacher’s Manual.

References:

Oxford Word power Dictionary

 

SYLLABUS

Hrs

Contents

Instruction Objectives

4

 

Unit 1: A time to remember people; childhood; reminiscences

 

  1. Introducing & talking about oneself.
  2. Exchanging personal information.
  3. Remembering childhood.
  4. Asking about someone’s childhood.
  5. Using past tense used to for habitual
    actions.

 

4

 

Unit 2: Caught in the rush. Transportation; its problems; city

services.

 

1-Talking about transportation problems
2-Evaluating city services.

3-Asking for and giving in formation.

4-Using adverbs of quantity with countable

     and uncountable nouns

5-Using indirect questions from Wh-

   questions

 

4

 

Unit 3: Time for change Houses and apartment; lifestyle changes; wishes

 

  1. Describing positive and negative features
  2. Making comparisons.
  3. Taking about lifestyle changes.
  4. Expressing wishes.
  5. Evaluation and comparison with adjectives: not... enough, too, not as... as, as...as
  6. Using evaluation and comparison with nouns: not enough..., as many...; Wish.

 

 

4

Unit 4: I’ve never heard of that !

        Food; recipes; instructions ;

       cooking methods.

Talking about food.
2. Expressing likes and dislikes.
3. Describing a Favorite snack.
4. Giving instructions.
5. Using simple past vs. present perfect;
6. Using sequence adverbs: first, then, next, after that, finally.

4

Unit 5: Going places. Travel; vacations; plans

Describing vacation plans.
2. Giving travel advice.
3. Planning a vacation.
4. Using future tense with be going to and will.
5. Modals for necessity and suggestion:
- have to, must, need to, better, ought to, should.

 

4

Unit 6:
Sure, No. problem.

    

      Complaints; household chores;

         requests; excuses; apologies.

 

Making requests.
2. Accepting and refusing requests.
3. Complaining.
4. Apologizing.
5. Giving excuses.
6. Using two part verbs.
7. Will for responsibility to request
8. Using requests with modals and Would you mind...?

4

Unit 7:
What is this for?
Technology; instructions

 

1. Describing technology.
2. Giving instructions.
3. Giving advice.
4. Using infinitives and gerunds
5. Using infinitive complements.

4

Unit 8:
Let’s celebrate!
Holidays; festivals; customs,

celebrations .

 

Describing holidays, festivals, customs, and special events.
Using relative clauses of time.
Using adverbial clauses:
before, when, after.

3

Revision

3 revisions

 

 

2

Quizzes and exams

 

 

 
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