TeSP - Automação Industrial, Publication in the Diário da República - Aviso n.º 11774/2016 - 27/09/2016

4 ECTS; 1º Ano, 2º Semestre, 52,50 TP



Students should be able to:
- Use a set of oral and written skills in several communication situations.
-Comprehend and produce written texts according to structure and grammar rules.
- Correctly recognize and apply specific vocabulary in the Industrial Automation area.

Students must have access to inclusive education, of equitable quality as well as have access to learning opportunities throughout everybody's life (ODS 4).

1. Daily life use of the English language.
1.1. Daily communicatiion
1.2. Informal correspondence
2. The world of work
2.1. Formal correspondence
2.2. Work and motivation
3. Internet
3.1. What is the internet
3.2 What can one do on the ingternet
3.3. Hackers, viruses and identity theft
3.4. Antivirus software
3.5. Preventative measures
4. Automation
4.1. Robotics
4.2. Electronics
4.3. Measurements and conversions
4.4. Safety at work
4.5. Tools
1. articles, determiners and pronouns
2. verbs
3. prepositions
4. conditionals
5. adjectives and adverbs

Evaluation Methodology
Continuous assessment:
Oral and written work done during the semester(40%)
Written test (60%

Students will only be exempted from examination if for any of the elements of evaluation, the grade is not less than 8 and their average is equal to or higher than 9,5.

Exams (100%)
Oral exam - 50%
Written exam - 50%

- Evans, V. e Dooley, J. (2016). On Screen - B2. United Kingdom: Express Publishing
- Glendinning, E. (2012). Technology 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Murphy, R. (2012). English Grammar in Use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
- Hollet, V. e Sydes, J. (2015). Tech Talk. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press

Method of interaction
Theoretical and practical classes in which students should develop listening, reading and writing skills through simulations and comprehension exercises.

Software used in class