ENG 114 is a medical English course focusing on the development of reading and writing skills. This online course is designed for health sciences students who need to improve their basic English expressions and vocabulary in medicine. By reading and writing, students will have faster understanding and better knowledge of medical English.
- Frequently-used vocabulary/expressions in various settings and essential English listening and speaking skills: listening for the gist and details, proper engagement/participation in conversations and discussions, cultural difference awareness and sensitivity including systematic and creative communications in English
Prerequisite: ENG 102
To develop the learners’ English language proficiency in the four basic language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. The underlying structural base will be used to help students use the language correctly at the lower –intermediate level.
- To further develop the learners’ English language proficiency in the four basic language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.The underlying structural base will be used to help students use the language correctly at the intermediate level.
This course is a continuation of ENG 102 Foundation English II with more practice in four integrated language skills. Emphasis is on grammatical overview for greater accuracy in language communication at the upper- intermediate level.
Study mechanics andcomponents of effective writing, and practice in writing through oral activities in order to help students overcome their fear of writing. The contents are focused onbrief messagesand different types of basic compositions with an emphasis on accuracy and appropriateness of language use.
This course is a continuation of ENG 111 Foundation English for Science and Technology I. It emphasizes on a review of major grammatical points for language use in communication and the practice in four integrated language skills –listening, speaking, reading and writing—in a variety of situations where science and/or technology are involved. The underlying structural base will be employed to help students achieve English communication skills at an intermediate level.
Practice in four integrated language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Emphasis is on both general English and English for science and technology. Practice of English in a variety of health science situations such as treatment and patient examinations. The underlying structural base will be used to help students use the language correctly in the career path of science and technology.
A study of basic strategies and techniques of various uses of the short paragraph. Practice in reading skills to enhance integrated skills and encourage the development of individual writing style to produce completed and effective single paragraphs.
These exercises are supplemental activities for students who studyFoundation English. The aim of these exercises is to enhance English language skills through self-access learning. Enjoy English