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Dutch (3rd foreign language)

2016-2017

INSTITUT DES STRATÉGIES ET TECHNIQUES DE COMMUNICATION ( ISTC )

Class code :

1617-ISTC-L1A-UE6-LV3N

UE6


Level Year Period Language of instruction 
Bachelor1AFrench
Academic responsibilityI.LESAGE
Lecturer(s)-


Prerequisites

None.

Learning outcomes

- Communicating in everyday situations (shops, restaurants, administrations, various social places) and understanding simple written or oral information.
- Greeting people: saying hello, asking how people are doing and taking leave formally and informally.
- Introducing yourself and others, talking about yourself (hobbies, tastes, loved ones) and asking others to do the same.
- Giving your opinion, expressing satisfaction and disagreement.
- Apologizing, asking for help or information, thanking people.
- Mentioning your location and direction in space, briefly describing a place orally and in writing in the present tense.
- Describing time and setting an appointment.
- Describing several objects in broad terms (dimension, colour, material) and comparing them.

This course develops the following professional skills:
- Understanding, analysing and interpreting one’s environment (general knowledge), including the global context.
- Developing your personality with an emphasis on values of integrity, open-mindedness, tolerance, and respect.
- Applying “principles” to every action: diligence, autonomy, interdisciplinarity, innovation, inventiveness.
- Being able to lead a team and manage projects from start to finish, including in an international context.

Course description

Phonetics, grammar and vocabulary (A1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages):
Pronunciation, rhythm and assimilations.
Spelling rules and basic grammar and sentence structures.
Part of the fundamental vocabulary (the 1000 most commonly used words) and common idiomatic terms.

Sociolinguistics: helpful sociocultural aspects of Dutch-speaking countries when learning the language.
Phrases determined by codes or customs.
Rules of courtesy.
What register to use depending on who you’re speaking or writing to.


Class type

Class structure

Type of courseNumbers of hoursComments
Face to face
36,00  
Independent study
Travail personnel indicatif72,00  
Total student workload108,00  

Teaching methods

  • Labs
  • Presentation
  • documents analysis
  • Exercises
  • Simulation / Role play


Assessment

Type of controlDurationNumberPercentage break-down
Continuous assessment
1,30240,00
Final Exam
1,30160,00
TOTAL     100,00




 
* This information is non-binding and can be subject to change
 
 
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