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Linguistic proficiency: in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference


BASIC USER

 

A1

 

The student can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. The student can introduce him/her and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. The student can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

 

A2

 

The student can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). The student can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. The student can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

INDEPENDENT USER

 

B1

 

The student can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. The student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken. The student can produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest. The student can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

 

B2

The student can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization. The student can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

PROFICIENT USER

 

 

C1

 

The student can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning. The student can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. The student can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. The student can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects.

 

   C2

 

 

The student can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. The student can summarize information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. The student can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in the most complex situations.

 


Detailed educational outcomes for the subject Foreign Language

 

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Educational outcomes – level  A1

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

The student possesses basic knowledge of English phonetics, basic vocabulary and grammar constructions within the range of everyday life topics (naming of people, places, relations, hobbies, basic characteristics, time expressions concerning events and activities) and basic knowledge of socio- cultural behaviour.

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

The student is able to understand short statements, basic orders, requests, questions and information concerning people, phone numbers, addresses, prices, times etc.

PEK_U02

The student is able to understand simple texts concerning everyday life and e.g. information boards, advertisements, wishes, text or e-mail messages, simple questionnaires.

PEK_U03

The student is able to communicate at a sufficient level in everyday life situations and e.g. say hello, say goodbye, introduce themselves, express requests and say 'thank you', make an appointment, set a date, buy a ticket, name their university, faculty and/or major.

PEK_U04

The student is able to describe with the use of simple sentences e.g. their family, hobbies, place of education (work), surroundings (house) and activities; is able to fill in a very simple form (personal data); prepare a short note or a list of needs or tasks (e.g. shopping list, day agenda); write a short message (SMS or e-mail).

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

The student is able to work in a group; understands the need for self-study learning and the need for further development, recognizes the importance of inter cultural knowledge.

 

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Educational outcomes – level  A2

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

The student possesses linguistic knowledge appropriate for the level concerning everyday life issues and also inter cultural knowledge enabling basic communication in the English language.

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

The student understands simple oral statements (monologues, dialogues) concerning everyday life events, distinguishes key information in simple messages e.g. railway station, airport, department store).

PEK_U02

The student understands relatively simple descriptions of everyday life situations (e.g. descriptions of people, things, places, journeys), is able to find necessary information (tourist folders, timetables, menus).

PEK_U03

The student, in a manner appropriate to the level, is able to talk about himself, other people and things that they know (e.g. student dorms, university, the city), about past events (e.g. their weekend), about their plans (e.g. holiday plans) and can participate in a conversation (dialogue) on familiar topics.

PEK_U04

The student is able to provide brief information on everyday life events, keep a sequence of events (e.g. CV), write down important information (e.g. about their activities at the university) and fill in a non-complex questionnaire.

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

The student has the ability to learn using specific techniques e.g. focusing on core information, working in pairs or groups, using available materials for self-study, using new technologies, and sees the relationships and differences between their own and foreign culture.

 

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Educational outcomes – level  B1.1

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

The student possesses linguistic knowledge that enables them to formulate opinions about themselves and their immediate environment, a chosen profession and leisure time, as well as knowledge concerning linguistic and cultural behaviour in English speaking countries.

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

The student understands key issues of oral statements and information on familiar topics, distinguishes key information in non-complicated oral statements.

PEK_U02

The student understands longer texts, is able to use standard dictionaries and other sources of information (e.g. Internet), understands the main ideas of a text, is able to find necessary information in a text.

PEK_U03

The student is able to start and keep up a conversation on a given topic, react properly to an interlocutor's statement in known linguistic situations, report what others have said, express in a simple way opinions concerning private and professional life.

PEK_U04

The student is able to write a short text on a general topic, a short non-literary text e.g. invitation, and fill in a form.

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

The student has the ability for correct activities, creative, receptive and interactive ones; is able to work in a group, elaborates their individual style of learning

 

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Educational outcomes – level  B1.2

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

The student possesses knowledge, appropriate to the level, on general subjects (private and social life), on selected problems of the contemporary world and, to a limited extend, in the area of science and technology (LSP) necessary for communication (oral and written).

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

The student understands the content and intention of written statements (texts), distinguishes detailed information in more complex written statements (texts) and interprets a heard text (or its fragments).

PEK_U02

The student understands relatively long texts, is able to use general and special purpose dictionaries as well as other sources of information (e.g. electronic), formulates the general meaning of a scanned text, searches for necessary information in a text and is able to analysis it.

PEK_U03

The student communicates on general issues connected e.g. with higher education, majors of studies, taught subjects, work environment; participates in discussion on familiar topics; illustrates speeches on general topics with examples; conducts simple negotiations.

PEK_U04

The student is able to write a summary of a text; on the basis of sample texts is able to compose and write their own non-literary text e.g. CV, application, advertisement.

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

The student is able to carry out creative, receptive and interactive activities, at the same time developing their personal traits – being open-minded, interested, motivated; works in a group and understands relations within it, attitudes and tasks; develops their own style of current and future learning.

 

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Educational outcomes – level  B2.1

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

Student has knowledge on the topics related to a technical university’s academic environment and to the problems of the modern world, as well as intercultural knowledge required in communication.

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

Student understands texts and utterances on academic topics and understands the users of a language.

PEK_U02

Student has general and selective reading skills and is able to use adequate resources to understand academic and specialist texts.

PEK_U03

Student has a repository of language tools sufficient to talk on a required topic, formulate and justify opinions, express and clarify his/her position, demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of certain solutions.

PEK_U04

Student writes texts typical of academic environment (e.g. opinions, summaries) using formal and informal register as required.

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

Student knows how to use knowledge while observing the constraints of foreign culture; student is aware of language requirements in an international academic environment.

 

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Educational outcomes – level  B2.2

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

Student has knowledge, skills and competences corresponding to the requirements established for CEFR level B2; student knows and uses language tools (grammar, lexis and style) typical of academic and specialist language while observing the rules of the foreign culture.

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

Student understands and interprets academic texts and utterances as well as other forms of presentation in the area of science and technology.

PEK_U02

Student reads and understands academic texts related to technical disciplines, including the studied discipline; student obtains and interprets information from foreign language specialist sources.

PEK_U03

Student communicates in an academic environment; uses adequate language tools; uses specialist language; delivers presentations related to the studied area of technology.

PEK_U04

Student prepares formal texts (e.g. reports, presentations) using typical language structures.

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

Student understands the need to learn and develop his/her specialist language skills (within the lifelong learning framework) as well as the unique features of a foreign language’s culture.

 

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Educational outcomes – level  C1.1

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

Student has sufficient linguistic knowledge to communicate on academic topics related to technical sciences and to the modern world; sufficient intercultural knowledge; awareness of the influence that culture has on communication.

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

Student follows and understands longer texts/utterances (e.g. presentations, lectures, discussions) on academic topics and in some areas of technical sciences.

PEK_U02

Student understands texts on academic topics and in some areas of technical sciences; student finds required information in academic literature.

PEK_U03

Student communicates in an academic environment and on the topics related to the studied discipline, using adequate language tools (grammar and lexis), elaborating on particular issues.

PEK_U04

Student writes texts typical of academic environment (e.g. formal correspondence, article summary), also based on information from various specialist sources. 

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

Student is prepared to communicate in an academic environment in accordance with language and cultural standards, student adjusts to the situation in the communication process.

 

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Educational outcomes – level  C1.2

RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE

PEK_W01

Student has knowledge, skills and competences corresponding to the requirements established for CEFR level C1; student uses academic and specialist language as required for effective functioning in international academic and specialist environments

RELATING TO SKILLS

PEK_U01

Student understands and interprets academic texts and utterances as related to some technical areas and to the studied discipline (e.g. presentations, lectures, discussions, technical information).

PEK_U02

Student reads and understands academic texts in technical areas and a variety of specialist text types (e.g. in a studied discipline).

PEK_U03

Student produces utterances using language tools adequate to the academic context; student delivers a well-organized presentation related to the studied discipline; student uses specialist language.

PEK_U04

Student produces texts related to technical issues; student works on data from various document and text types; student presents his/her own arguments and examples and draws conclusions.

RELATING TO SOCIAL COMPETENCES

PEK_K01

Student is prepared to communicate using specialist language, in accordance with language and cultural standards; student uses his/her knowledge and communication competences in interpersonal contacts.

 

 



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