1. Training and working as a physiotherapist.
2. Communication skills (B2.1 CEF) for physiotherapy.
3. Writing (B2.1 CEF) for physiotherapy.
4. Oral presentations (B2.1 CEF) for physiotherapy.
5. Consolidation of English grammar and vocabulary appropropriate for B2.1.
1. 1. Consolidation and extension of knowledge and use of the following grammar areas appropriate to B2.1 level. 1.1 Pronouns and adjectival forms. 1.2 Present time. Possessives. 1.3 Past time. 1.4 Future time and conditionality. 1.5 The perfect aspect – past, present; simple, continuous. 1.6 Modality – obligation, necessity, prohibition, advice. 1.7 Verb patterns. 1.8 Passive forms. 1.9 Reported speech. 1.10 Auxiliary and main verbs.
2. 2. Consolidation and expansion of knowledge of topic-based lexical/functional areas for physiotherapy appropriate to B2.1 level. 2.1 Physiotherapists and the Patient Encounter 2.2 The Human Skeleton 2.3 Joints and movement 2.4 Muscles and Health 2.5 Health and the Workplace 2.6 career choices in Physiotherapy.
3. 3. Development of key communicative skills appropriate to B2.1 level. 3.1 Developing communication strategies within a group 3.2 Constructive problem solving 3.3 Group presentation techniques and strategies 3.4 Individual presentation techniques and strategies 3.5 Project development and justification as an interactive process 3.6 ‘The long turn’ – developing and consolidating confidence when speaking in front of an audience.
Only students who have attended 80% of classes qualify for Continuous Evaluation.
Continuous Evaluation: students must obtain a minimum global mark of 5 for the continuous assessment elements. All students must obtain a minimum of 5 in the final continuous assessment exam.
There is a resit session for the final continuous assessment exam. A mark of between 0 and 10 is awarded for the resit exam. The pass mark is 5.
100% Exam: students who have not satisfied the requirements for Continous Evaluation, or who have failed the continuous assessment module, will be assessed in an exam which tests reading , writing, listening and speaking skills in a variety of tasks related to the field of health and physiotherapy. There is no resit session for this exam. A mark of between 0 and 10 is awarded for this exam. The pass mark is 5.
Criteris específics de la nota «No Presentat»:
Students who do not complete any elements of evaluation are considered 'no presentat'.
This course is designed to help B2.1 students develop their receptive and productive skills in English. It is an intensive course and students are expected to work both in and outside the classroom to ensure that they acquire the grammar, vocabulary, and communicative skills required for the level. Students must attend 80% of classes to qualify for continuous assessment.