Formation ECAM Arts & Métiers
Ingénieur généraliste en 5 ans
Données Générales
Programme Académique Formation ECAM Arts & Métiers Responsables Module :
BLACK Claire
Type d'EC Cours
TD : 26h00
Travail personnel 6h00
Durée totale : 32h00
Statut :
Obligatoire
Période :
SEMESTRE 5
Langue d'enseignement :
Anglais
Compétences visées
*Groups are organised by TOEIC score so content and objectives vary according to students' different levels

Strengthen vocabulary
Acquire grammatical accuracy
Improve listening and reading comprehension skills
Improve oral expression and fluency
Introduction to TOEIC and work towards a minimum TOEIC score of 800 required to graduate (lower-level groups)
Develop awareness of international current affairs
Produce an accurate and professional standard English language CV
Introduction to corporate culture
Introduction to academic writing

Language skills according to different CEFR level groups:
*B1 learners or lower are expected to dedicate additional hours of study in order to attain a B2 level
B2 level
Listening comprehension:
Can understand standard spoken language on both familiar and unfamiliar topics normally encountered in personal, academic or vocational life.
Can understand the main ideas of complex speech on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in listener's field of specialisation.
Can follow extended speech with complex lines of argument, for example in lectures, radio documentaries and live interviews.
Reading comprehension:
Can understand a broad range of texts and specialised articles.
Can identify the content and relevance of news items, articles and reports.
Spoken English
Can produce stretches of language with a fairly even tempo
Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity
Can express viewpoints and develop arguments

C1 level
Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning
Can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions
Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes
Can produce clear well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices
Contenu
2 hour lessons every week.
Expanded vocabulary and tests
Revision of grammar points
Strategies, techniques and practice papers to prepare for the TOEIC (lower-level groups)
Assigned presentations (individual and in pairs) on international current affairs
CV writing workshop
Task-based practice of language appropriate for professional and social settings.
Written assignment related to engineering themes.
Prérequis
Minimum B1 level of English expected
Bibliographie
Target Score Second Edition, Talcott/Tullis, Cambridge University Press, 2007
Tests complets pour le TOEIC, Lougheed, Pearson Education, 2018
Les Guides Officiels du TOEIC, ETS, Hachette Livre, 2018
Vocabulaire et grammaire pour le TOEIC, Lougheed, Pearson France, 2014
English Grammar in Use, Murphy, Cambridge University Press, 2014
Tech Talk series, Hollet & Sydes, Oxford 2009
Évaluation(s)
Nature Coefficient Objectifs
1Tutorat13 tutorials to demonstrate oral expression and fluency
2Devoir écrit1Demonstrate written language skills in an academic context. Produce a professional standard CV
3Contrôle continu1Demonstrate engagement with class content and active participation. Improve spoken English and ability to communicate both informally and formally. Prepare and give a presentation.