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Materia: LINGUA INGLESE B1
Classe/Partizione:
ID Attività Didattica: 906409
Docente: DI SCIASCIO EUGENIO
Esami: Visualizza Elenco degli Appelli
PeriodoS1 (1° SEMESTRE)
Inizio lezionisabato 01 ottobre 2016
Fine lezionigiovedì 02 febbraio 2017
SegmentoDocenteSSDTipoCFUOreTAFFrequenza
LINGUA INGLESE B1 NAPOLITANO MICHELE NN ALT 3 0 NC Libera
DI SCIASCIO EUGENIO
Legenda
SEGMENTO:
Tutte le unità didattiche sono composte da almeno un segmento
TIPO:
LEZ - lezione, ESE - esercitazione, LAB - laboratorio

Orario di Ricevimento

GiornoOra inizioOra fineLuogo
Lunedì 12:30 14:00Laboratorio di Sistemi Informativi
Note:

Obiettivi Formativi:

Il corso si prefigge di fornire ai futuri ingegneri una conoscenza della lingua inglese di livello B1.

Contenuti del Corso:

Verbs: regular and irregular forms.
Modals:
can (ability; requests; permission); could (ability; possibility; polite requests); would (polite requests); will (offer); shall (suggestion; offer); should (advice); may (possibility); might (possibility); have (got) to (obligation); ought to (obligation); must (obligation); mustn’t (prohibition); need (necessity); needn’t (lack of necessity); used to + infinitive (past habits)
Tenses:
Present simple: states, habits, systems and processes (and verbs not used in the continuous form). Present continuous: future plans and activities, present actions. Present perfect simple: recent past with just, indefinite past with yet, already, never, ever; unfinished past with for and since. Past simple: past events. Past continuous: parallel past actions, continuous actions interrupted by the past simple tense. Future with going to. Future with present continuous and present simple. Future with will and shall: offers, promises, predictions, etc.
Verb Forms:
Imperatives. Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives. Gerunds (- ing form) after verbs and prepositions. Gerunds as subjects and objects. Passive forms: present and past simple.
Conditional Sentences:
Type 0: An iron bar expands if/when you heat it. Type 1: If you do that again, I’ll leave. Type 2: I would tell you the answer if I knew it. If I were you, I wouldn’t do that again.
Simple Reported Speech:
Statements, questions and commands: say, ask, tell. He said that he felt ill. I asked her if I could leave. No one told me what to do. Indirect and embedded questions: know, wonder. Do you know what he said? I wondered what he would do next.
Interrogatives:
What, What (+ noun). Where; When. Who; Whose; Which. How; How much; How many; How often; How long; etc.. Why. (Including the interrogative forms of all tenses and modals listed)
Nouns:
Singular and plural (regular and irregular forms). Countable and uncountable nouns with some and any. Genitive: ‘s & s’. Double genitive: a friend of theirs.
Pronouns:
Personal (subject, object, possessive). Reflexive and emphatic: myself, etc.. Impersonal: it, there. Demonstrative: this, that, these, those. Quantitative: one, something, everybody, etc.. Indefinite: some, any, something, one, etc.. Relative: who, which, that, whom, whose.
Determiners:
a + countable nouns; the + countable/uncountable nouns.
Adjectives:
Colour, size, shape, quality, nationality. Cardinal and ordinal numbers. Possessive: my, your, his, her, etc.. Demonstrative: this, that, these, those. Quantitative: some, any, many, much, a few, a lot of, all, other, every, etc.. Comparative and superlative forms (regular and irregular). (Not) as … as, not … enough to, too ... to
Adverbs: Regular and irregular forms. Manner: quickly, carefully, etc.. Frequency: often, never, twice a day, etc.. Definite time: now, last week, etc.. Indefinite time: already, just, yet, etc.. Degree: very, too, rather, etc.. Place: here, there, etc.. Direction: left, right, along, etc.. Sequence: first, next, etc.. Sentence adverbs: too, either, etc.. Comparative and superlative forms (regular and irregular).
Prepositions:
Location: to, on, inside, next to, at (home), etc.. Time: at, on, in, during, etc.. Direction: to, into, out of, from, etc.. Instrument: by, with.
Connectives
And, but, or, either . . . or. When, while, until, before, after, as soon as. Where. because, since, as, for. So that, (in order) to. So, so . . . that, such . . . that. If, unless. Although.

Testi di Riferimento:

1. Raymond Murphy con Lelio “Essential Grammar In Use: Grammatica di base della lingua inglese”, Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Requisiti:

È auspicabile una conoscenza scolastica dell’inglese



Materia: LINGUA INGLESE B1
Classe/Partizione:
ID Attività Didattica: 906409
Docente: NAPOLITANO MICHELE
Esami: Visualizza Elenco degli Appelli
PeriodoS1 (1° SEMESTRE)
Inizio lezionisabato 01 ottobre 2016
Fine lezionigiovedì 02 febbraio 2017
SegmentoDocenteSSDTipoCFUOreTAFFrequenza
LINGUA INGLESE B1 NAPOLITANO MICHELE NN ALT 3 0 NC Libera
DI SCIASCIO EUGENIO
Legenda
SEGMENTO:
Tutte le unità didattiche sono composte da almeno un segmento
TIPO:
LEZ - lezione, ESE - esercitazione, LAB - laboratorio

Orario di Ricevimento

GiornoOra inizioOra fineLuogo
Mercoledì 10:30 12:30Studio del docente al terzo piano palazzina biblioteca centrale
Note:
Lunedì 12:30 13:30Studio del docente al terzo piano palazzina biblioteca centrale
Note:
Venerdì 12:30 13:30Studio del docente al terzo piano palazzina biblioteca centrale
Note:
Martedì 12:30 13:30Studio del docente al terzo piano palazzina biblioteca centrale.
Note:
Giovedì 12:30 13:30Studio del docente al terzo piano palazzina biblioteca centrale.
Note:

Obiettivi Formativi:

Il corso si prefigge di fornire ai futuri ingegneri una conoscenza della lingua inglese di livello B1.

Contenuti del Corso:

Verbs: regular and irregular forms.
Modals:
can (ability; requests; permission); could (ability; possibility; polite requests); would (polite requests); will (offer); shall (suggestion; offer); should (advice); may (possibility); might (possibility); have (got) to (obligation); ought to (obligation); must (obligation); mustn’t (prohibition); need (necessity); needn’t (lack of necessity); used to + infinitive (past habits)
Tenses:
Present simple: states, habits, systems and processes (and verbs not used in the continuous form). Present continuous: future plans and activities, present actions. Present perfect simple: recent past with just, indefinite past with yet, already, never, ever; unfinished past with for and since. Past simple: past events. Past continuous: parallel past actions, continuous actions interrupted by the past simple tense. Future with going to. Future with present continuous and present simple. Future with will and shall: offers, promises, predictions, etc.
Verb Forms:
Imperatives. Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives. Gerunds (- ing form) after verbs and prepositions. Gerunds as subjects and objects. Passive forms: present and past simple.
Conditional Sentences:
Type 0: An iron bar expands if/when you heat it. Type 1: If you do that again, I’ll leave. Type 2: I would tell you the answer if I knew it. If I were you, I wouldn’t do that again.
Simple Reported Speech:
Statements, questions and commands: say, ask, tell. He said that he felt ill. I asked her if I could leave. No one told me what to do. Indirect and embedded questions: know, wonder. Do you know what he said? I wondered what he would do next.
Interrogatives:
What, What (+ noun). Where; When. Who; Whose; Which. How; How much; How many; How often; How long; etc.. Why. (Including the interrogative forms of all tenses and modals listed)
Nouns:
Singular and plural (regular and irregular forms). Countable and uncountable nouns with some and any. Genitive: ‘s & s’. Double genitive: a friend of theirs.
Pronouns:
Personal (subject, object, possessive). Reflexive and emphatic: myself, etc.. Impersonal: it, there. Demonstrative: this, that, these, those. Quantitative: one, something, everybody, etc.. Indefinite: some, any, something, one, etc.. Relative: who, which, that, whom, whose.
Determiners:
a + countable nouns; the + countable/uncountable nouns.
Adjectives:
Colour, size, shape, quality, nationality. Cardinal and ordinal numbers. Possessive: my, your, his, her, etc.. Demonstrative: this, that, these, those. Quantitative: some, any, many, much, a few, a lot of, all, other, every, etc.. Comparative and superlative forms (regular and irregular). (Not) as … as, not … enough to, too ... to
Adverbs: Regular and irregular forms. Manner: quickly, carefully, etc.. Frequency: often, never, twice a day, etc.. Definite time: now, last week, etc.. Indefinite time: already, just, yet, etc.. Degree: very, too, rather, etc.. Place: here, there, etc.. Direction: left, right, along, etc.. Sequence: first, next, etc.. Sentence adverbs: too, either, etc.. Comparative and superlative forms (regular and irregular).
Prepositions:
Location: to, on, inside, next to, at (home), etc.. Time: at, on, in, during, etc.. Direction: to, into, out of, from, etc.. Instrument: by, with.
Connectives
And, but, or, either . . . or. When, while, until, before, after, as soon as. Where. because, since, as, for. So that, (in order) to. So, so . . . that, such . . . that. If, unless. Although.

Testi di Riferimento:

1. Raymond Murphy con Lelio “Essential Grammar In Use: Grammatica di base della lingua inglese”, Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Requisiti:

È auspicabile una conoscenza scolastica dell’inglese