English programme subjects (ENG04‑02)
Competence aims and assessment

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Competence aims after English 1

  • use suitable reading, listening, speaking and writing strategies adapted to the situation and purpose
  • use rich and accurate vocabulary of a general and subject-specific nature in an appropriate and situationally based manner, both orally and in writing
  • apply their knowledge of words, sentence structure, linking words and language use to improve their own language and texts
  • produce various oral and written texts that are adapted to the situation with defined content, and appropriate style and structure
  • use appropriate sources in a critical and accountable way
  • read and use different types of texts in English as a basis for their own language learning and academic reflection
  • use different subject-specific texts in English with topics from other subjects as a basis for their own language learning and academic reflection
  • analyse and interpret fictional texts in English, including self-chosen texts
  • reflect over language varieties in some English-speaking countries
  • reflect over the influence and use of the English language in the exchange of information and opinions globally
  • demonstrate comprehension, independent reflection and critical thinking during the analysis of some current social debates in English-speaking countries
  • explore and present at least one self-chosen topic related to language, culture, society or science with critical use of English language texts and other sources

Formative assessment

Assessment of coursework