Publication in the Diário da República: Despacho n.º 7588/2012
2 ECTS; 1º Ano, Anual, 43,0 TP
- Susana Maria Marques Carrilho
The students should have an intermediate level of English, as far as the reading, writing and speaking skills are concerned.
The students should enhance their knowledge of the language so as to allow them to participate in more complex conversations in their field of study. the students should be able to read, interpret, understand and produce short essays related to the topics studied.
1. The Business Environment; 2. The Company; 3. Travel; 4. Cultural awareness; 5. Job Satisfaction; 6. Technology (E-Commerce; Netiquette); 7. Dealing with People; 8. Getting a Job.
each student must obtain at least 9.5 marks in order to pass the curricular unit. The final mark is achieved not only through the written assessments, but also the participation in class and the attendance.
- Hobbs, M. e Keddle, J. (2006). Commerce 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Hobbs, M. e Keddle, J. (2007). Commerce 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Hancock, M. (2008). English Pronunciation in Use - Intermediate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
- Murphy, R. (2005). English Grammar in Use - Intermediate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Through theoretical and practical exercises, students must acquire several skills in commerce and management, which will enable them to put those skills into practice, namely, writing, reading and speaking skills.
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