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Syllabus ANG3
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Crédits : 2

ANG3
Anglais 3
English 3

Coef : 2
VH Cours : None
VH TD : 30.00
Pré-requis :
Angl1+ Ang2

Ingénierie des Compétences

Familles de Compétences
  • CF9 : Gérer des projets de toute nature
Type de compétence: TEC : Technique, MET : Méthodologique, MOD : Modélisation, OPE : Opérationnel,
Niveau de compétence:
Base Intermédiaire Avancé


Famille de Compétence Compétence Elément de Compétence Type
CF9 C9.5: S'exprimer et rédiger efficacement en langue anglaise C95.1: Acquérir le vocabulaire de l`anglais spécifique à l`informatique OPE
C95.4: Ecrire en anglais dans un style académique MET
C95.5: Ecouter et inférer le sens d'un discours en anglais TEC
C95.6: S’exprimer correctement, en considérant le niveau de maitrise de la langue OPE

Description du programme de la matière

Objectifs:

Move to more sophisticated and complex issues concerning computer technology.
Develop and widen students’ terminology in computing and information technology.
Understand and discuss basic ideas about security on the Net.
Making predictions.
Improve their Letter-writing skills.

Contenu:

Unit7: Computing Support

Starter:  Computing problems.
Listening: Recording issues.
Grammar: Diagnosing a fault and giving advice.
Specialist Reading: Hard drives.

Unit8: Security and privacy on the Net

Oral task: Computer crimes.
Prevention.
Cryptography/ Encryption/Decryption.
Listening: How to hack into a system (ex-hacker).
Reading: Anatomy of a virus.
Grammar and vocabulary: Using technical terms.
Phrasal verbs with computing words

Writing: Description of Firewalls operation.

Unit9: Software Engineering:

Speaking: Programming Languages
Listening: Interview
Specialist Reading: OBJECTED-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

Unit10: People in Computing
Oral discussion: Different jobs in computing.
Reading: Requirements for different jobs.
Grammar: Modals.
Writing: C.V.
Points to note when writing Business letter.

Unit11: Recent developments in IT

Speaking: Search for the latest developments in IT.
Reading: Different texts on IT.
Writing: Possible future developments.
Specialist Reading: Bluetooth.

Unit12: Future of IT

Oral task: Making predictions.
Grammar: Future Perfect.
Listening: Future of Information Technology.
Writing: Summarise the views of the experts on the recording.
Specialist Reading: Futures.

Unit13: Electronic Publishing (Interview)

Speaking: Electronic form versus paper form.
Listening: e-publishing.
(For or against)
Word study: Prefixes in IT terminology.

Travail Personnel:

Monologue presentation

Bibliographie:

Primary Material
Eric H. Glendinning / John McEwan, Oxford English For Information Technology(student’s book) Audio CD Oxford English For Information Technology
econdary Material ( further reading)
Sandiago Remacha Esteras, InFotech English for computer users, Fourth Edition. Cambridge University Press, 2008.
http:// en. Wikipedia.org/Wiki/Computer security
Video presentation about basic ICT concepts
http:// www. Itdesk.info/en/concept-of-information-and-communication-technology/
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/virus.htm

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