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Applied English Language Studies 278

 

In 2016 Applied English Language Studies 278 comprises various sections. The details are as follows:

FIRST SEMESTER

01/02 – 05/02

INTRODUCTION

Dr L Mongie

08/02 – 26/02

USE AND ABUSE OF ENGLISH

Dr L Mongie

MAKING MEANING

Ms N Cumming

Tuesday periods

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29/02 – 15/04

ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA

Ms E George

18/04 – 13/05  

USE AND ABUSE OF ENGLISH

Dr L Mongie

SECOND SEMESTER

18/07 – 02/09

INTERTEXTUALITY

Dr M Oostendorp

ENGLISH GRAMMAR

Ms N Cumming

Tuesday periods

12/09 – 21/10

ENGLISH IN THE MEDIA

Dr K Huddlestone

 

 There are three lectures per week:

  • Tuesday 15:00 (GG Cillié 3001)
  • Thursday 10:00 (Geology 1004)
  • Friday 14:00 (GG Cillié 3001)

Prescribed book

Jones, R. 2012. Discourse Analysis: A Resource Book for Students. London: Routledge.

Assessment

(i)        The Department follows a system of continuous assessment for Applied English Language Studies 278. This means that the marks which a student earns for every test, assignment and other set task throughout the year constitute the student's final mark.

(ii)      There is no formal examination and no opportunity for a re-assessment. The system of continuous assessment demands that a student meets all the set requirements throughout the year. A student who does not meet all the set requirements will not be awarded a final mark.