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College of Engineering & Technology

 

LH131 ESP I
The course aims at enhancing students’ four language skills, improving their general and technical lexical repertoire and enabling them to communicate their ideas effectively. The course is designed to train learners to follow the principles and stages of the writing process and write well-structured, unified and coherent academic paragraphs. The course also aims at promoting students’ listening and speaking skills by training them on listening for gist, specific information and note-taking. In addition, the course focuses on helping students use relevant grammatical structures.

LH132 ESP II
The course aims at enabling students to decode technical discourse in English with ease and precision. The course is designed to provide students with the required knowledge, skills and attitude to express themselves orally using general and technical English meaningfully and accurately. Students are trained on skimming and scanning relevant technical texts and on listening for gist and specific information. In addition, the writing component of the course focuses on making students produce academic essays and employment correspondence effectively and summarize technical texts. By the end of the course, students will be able to take part in an interview.


LH231 Technical Report Writing
The course aims at enhancing students’ writing skills in order to write various types of technical reports (background, process, lab and feasibility) following international standards in the report format, citing quotations and documenting sources. Students are also trained on using dictionaries to know the different meanings of a word / phrase / expression and to differentiate between synonyms. The course focuses on summarizing and paraphrasing relevant technical text. It also includes a component on oral presentations of reports.

LH 135 ESP I
The course aims at enhancing students’ four language skills, improving their general and technical lexical repertoire and preparing them to communicate their ideas effectively. The course is also designed to train learners to follow the principles and stages of the writing process and write well-structured, unified and coherent academic paragraphs. It also trains them on using listening and reading strategies appropriately as well as relevant grammatical structures.

 
LH 136 ESP II
The course aims at enabling students to decode technical discourse in English with ease and precision. The course is also designed to enhance students’ oral production by helping them use basic computer terms and relevant general vocabulary meaningfully and accurately. The writing component of the course focuses mainly on writing and summarizing both academic and technical essays as well as writing employment correspondence. Students’ listening skills are also enhanced by training them to listen for gist and specific information and know how to take notes.


NC 233 Speech & Communication Skills
The course aims at equipping students with the required knowledge, skills and attitudes to communicate effectively in written and oral business interactions by identifying communication main principles/processes. The course is also designed to enhance students'' ability to give presentations/ informative and persuasive speeches and participate in group discussions.