Jezik | Language: HRV ENG
Engleski jezik za novinare 1
Šifra: 55421
ECTS: 2.5
Nositelji: v. pred. dr. sc. Saša Bjelobaba
pred. dr. sc. Borka Lekaj Lubina
Prijava ispita: Studomat
Engleski jezik:

1,1,1

Svi elementi nastave na predmetu provode se na engleskom jeziku. Ova razina uključuje i predmete s više nastavnih grupa (u hrvatskoj grupi nastava je isključivo na hrvatskom jeziku, a u engleskoj grupi isključivo na engleskom jeziku).
Opterećenje:

1. komponenta

Vrsta nastaveUkupno
Auditorne vježbe 60
* Opterećenje je izraženo u školskim satima (1 školski sat = 45 minuta)
Opis predmeta:
Ciljevi su ovoga kolegija jezični napredak i poboljšanje ukupne jezične kompetencije studenta u govornoj i pisanoj produkciji kao samostalnog korisnika engleskog jezika prema Zajedničkom europskom referentnom okviru za jezike (ZEROJ), bez obzira na pojedinačnu razinu koju je student dosegao završetkom srednjoškolskog obrazovanja. Navedeno se postiže obradom tematskih sadržaja u obliku znanstveno-teorijskih tekstova s područja novinarstva, kao i korištenjem raznovrsnog autentičnog i aktualnog materijala iz različitih (pisanih i govornih) medija, didaktički prilagođenog upravo s ciljem razvijanja četiriju temeljnih jezičnih vještina (čitanje, slušanje, pisanje i govorenje) te usvajanja i proširivanja specifičnog profesionalnog vokabulara i morfosintaktičkih struktura za efikasno komuniciranje na engleskom jeziku kao jeziku struke na području novinarstva. Razvoj receptivnih jezičnih vještina (čitanja i slušanja) pruža instrumentarij za daljnje praćenje nastave engleskog jezika, olakšava korištenje stručne literature napisane na engleskom jeziku općenito, kao i razumijevanje usmenog diskursa s područja novinarstva. Nadalje, obveza održavanja usmenih prezentacija, sudjelovanje u diskusijama te rad na slobodnom pisanom izrazu o zadanoj temi trebali bi dovesti do iskustvenog razvijanja produktivnih jezičnih vještina (usmeno i pisano izražavanje) s ciljem osiguravanja temelja za daljnje aktivno sudjelovanje u nastavi na engleskom jeziku tijekom studija.
Literatura:
  1. Deborah Potter; Handbook of Independent Journalism; Orange Groove Books (2009), str. (object Object)
1. semestar
Strani jezik (novinari) 1-1 - Redovni studij - Preddiplomski sveučilišni studij Novinarstvo
Strani jezik (novinari) 1-1 - Izvanredni studij - Preddiplomski sveučilišni studij Novinarstvo
Termini konzultacija:
Objavljeno: 11. 1. 2019. u 11:43
Uređeno: 24. 1. 2019. u 09:51
Saša Bjelobaba

      Dear all,

This is to confirm that the second partial exam will be held on Friday, 18 January 2019 at 13:45 (lecture room Seminar 1).

Only students who have regularly attended the English classes, i.e. those of you who have not exceeded the maximum of six absences, are entitled to sit the exam. As promised, I am sending the model questions (see below).

Anyway, I am at your complete disposal for any additional information and/or clarification needed.

Kind regards,

Saša Bjelobaba

 

MODEL QUESTIONS – CONTINUAL ASSESSMENT 2

(+ INSTRUCTIONS)

1.         Fill in the gaps in the sentences extracted from the following newspaper texts / transcripts 1) David Sirota: “Martin Luther King Jr Santa Claus-ified” (HANDOUT – If clauses – MLK and his legacy); 2) Marin Luther King’s “I Have Been to the Mountaintop” speech (HANDOUT – If clauses – MLK and his legacy) and 3) The Guardian: Jeremy Corbyn urged to back amendment for second Brexit vote with a suitable expression:

Example:  I've forgotten what those telegrams said. I'd received a visit and a letter from the _____________ of New York, but I've forgotten what that letter said.

             →  I've forgotten what those telegrams said. I'd received a visit and a letter from the Governor of New York, but I've forgotten what that letter said.

YOU WILL HAVE TO COMPLETE THE ORIGINAL SENTENCE FROM THE ABOVEMENTIONED TEXTS WITH ONE MISSING WORD ONLY. YOU SHOULD PREFERABLY USE THE EXACT WORD, BUT IF YOU COME UP WITH A PERFECT SYNONYM, YOUR ANSWER WILL BE ACCEPTED AS CORRECT. (I SUGGEST YOU SHOULD READ AND ANALYSE THE TEXT A LOT OF TIMES!)

 

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the appropriate form.

Examples:     

1)

Oh, dear, I think we’re a bit late. If the concert’s already started we ___________________ (NOT BE ALLOWED) to go in.

Oh, dear, I think we’re a bit late. If the concert’s already started we won’t be allowed (NOT BE ALLOWED) to go in.

2)

If you _________________ (BE) to ask Steve, I’m sure he would do it.

If you were (BE) to ask Steve, I’m sure he would do it.

3)

If I had known there was no more work to do, I ____________________ (STAY) at home.

If I had known there was no more work to do, I would have stayed (STAY) at home.

           

YOU WILL BE SUPPOSED TO TURN THE INFINITIVES INTO THE APPROPRIATE FORM TO SHOW THAT YOU ARE ABLE TO FORM A CORRECT CONDITIONAL SENTENCE (OR WISHFUL THINKING/REGRETS – I WISH/ IF ONLY…).

REMEMBER!

“THE ZERO CONDITIONAL”  IS USED WHEN THE RESULT WILL ALWAYS HAPPEN. THE 'IF' IN THIS CONDITIONAL CAN USUALLY BE REPLACED BY 'WHEN' WITHOUT CHANGING THE MEANING.

(e.g. If water reaches 100 degrees, it boils.  – i.e. IT IS ALWAYS TRUE, THERE CANNOT BE A DIFFERENT RESULT.)

 

“THE FIRST CONDITIONAL” IS USED TO TALK ABOUT SOMETHING THAT IS QUITE LIKELY TO HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE.

(e.g. If I see Andrew at the meeting, I’ll give him your message. – i.e. IT IS VERY POSSIBLE THAT I WILL SEE ANDREW AT THE MEETING, IN WHICH CASE I’LL’GIVE HIM YOUR MESSAGE. THE CONDITION IS QUITE LIKELY TO BE FULFILLED.)

 

“THE SECOND CONDITIONAL” IS USED

1) - TO TALK ABOUT A PRESENT SITUATION WHICH IS IMPOSSIBLE: A HYPOTHETICAL SITUATION.

(e.g. If her parents were alive, they would be very proud of her now. – i.e. THE CONDITION CANNOT BE FULFILLED BECAUSE HER PARENTS ARE NOT ALIVE.)

or

2) - TO TALK ABOUT A FUTURE EVENT THAT IS UNLIKELY TO HAPPEN.

(e.g. If she changed her job, she would be much happier. – i.e. THE SPEAKER DOES NOT EXPECT HER TO CHANGE HER JOB. THAT IS, IT IS ULIKELY THAT THE CONDITION WIL BE FULFILLED.

 

“THE THIRD CONDITIONAL” IS USED TO TALK ABOUT SOMETHING IN THE PAST THAT DID NOT HAPPEN.

(e.g. If she had worked harder, she would have passed the exams. – i.e. SHE DIDN’T WORK HARDER AND SHE DIDN’T PASS HER EXAMS. IT IS AN UNFULFILLED CONDITION IN THE PAST.)

 

“MIXED CONDITIONALS”

1) THE CONDITION WITH THE PAST TIME REFERENCE AND THE CONSEQUENCE WITH THE PRESENT TIME REFERENCE

(e,g. If I had  sneezed I wouldn’t be with you now. – i.e. HE DIDN’T SNEEZE AND CONSEQUENTLY DIDN’T DIE, SO HE IS WITH US NOW.)

2) THE CONDITION WITH THE PRESENT TIME REFERENCE AND THE CONSEQUENCE WITH THE PAST TIME REFERENCE

(e,g. If he was/were taller he would have become a professional basketball player. – i.e. HEISN’T TALL ENOUGH SO HE NEVER BECAME A PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYER.)

 

WISHFUL THINKING / REGRETS

“WISH” AND “IF ONLY” ARE BOTH USED TO TALK ABOUT REGRETS – THINGS THAT WE WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE EITHER ABOUT THE PAST OR THE PRESENT.

Talking about the present

      If only I didn’t have so much homework I could go to the concert tonight. She has a lot of       homework and she can’t go to the concert.

      I wish you didn’t live so far away.

      I wish I knew what to do.

When we talk about present regrets, both wish and if only are followed by the past simple tense. The past tense emphasises that we are talking about something ‘unreal’.

Talking about the past

      I wish I’d studied harder when I was at school. He didn’t study harder when he was at            school.

      I wish I hadn’t eaten all that chocolate. I feel sick.

      If only I’d known you were coming.

Both wish and if only are followed by the past perfect tense when we talk about past regrets.

 

3. Translate the following sentences from Croatian into English.

TRY TO TRANSLATE THE SENTENCES AS CORRECTLY AND AS FAITHFULLY AS YOU CAN. ALL THE VARIETIES THAT DO NOT COMPROMISE THE SENSE WILL BE ACCEPTED AND EVALUATED.  NB: MOST OF THE SENTENCES TO TRANSLATE WILL BE 'IF CLAUSES' (ANY TYPE: ZERO, FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, MIXED)!

4. Complete the definitions for the following expressions extracted from Martin Luther King’s 1963 I Have a Dream speech (listed alphabetically below):

BEACON LIGHT; BLOW OFF STEAM; CAPTIVITY; CREED; CRIPPLE; CROOKED; CURVACEOUS; DECREE; DEED; DEFAULT ON; DEGENERATE; DESOLATE; DEVOTEE; DIGNITY; DISCONTENT; DISCORD; DISTRUST; ENGULF; FATIGUE; FIVE SCORE; GENTILES; GRADUALISM; HALLOWED; HAMLET; HEIR; INTERPOSITION; INVIGORATING; JANGLING; LANGUISH; LODGING; MANACLES; MIGHTY; MILITANCY; MOLEHILL; MOMENTOUS; NULLIFICATION; PLEDGE; PRODIGIOUS; PROMISSORY NOTE; QUICKSANDS; REDEMPTIVE; REVOLT; RIGHTEOUSNESS; SEGREGATION; SLUM; STAGGER; SWELTERING; THRESHOLD; TRANQUILIZING; TRIBULATION; UNALIENABLE; UNMINDFUL; URGENCY; VAST; VAULT; VICIOUS; WRONGFUL

 

Example: 

If a person, company, or country ______________ something that they have legally agreed to do, such as paying some money or doing a piece of work before a particular time, they fail to do it; a legal term.

If a person, company, or country DEFAULTS ON something that they have legally agreed to do, such as paying some money or doing a piece of work before a particular time, they fail to do it; a legal term.

 

MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF THE WORDS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY IN THE BOX. YOU WILL HAVE TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN FIVE EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND DEFINITIONS WITH FIVE OF THESE EXPRESSIONS.

NB: THE BOX WITH WORDS TO USE WILL BE PRINTED ON YOUR TEST SHEET, I.E. YOUR TASK WILL CONSIST IN MERE RECOGNISING THE APPROPRIATE WORD TO COMPLETE THE BLANK. THE PURPOSE OF THIS EXAM EXERCISE IS TO MAKE YOU REREAD WITH ATTENTION AND UNDERSTANDING ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRING POLITICAL SPEECHES OF ALL TIME, WHICH CAN COME IN USEFUL EVEN FOR QUESTIONS  5) AND 6) TOO.

 

5. Choose two out of the three topics below and discuss them briefly:

YOU WILL BE SUPPOSED TO PROVIDE TWO SHORT ANSWERS TO TWO DIFFERENT ESSAY QUESTIONS RELATED TO THE TOPICS WE TACKLED IN CLASS.

 

6. Choose one of the following topics and discuss it:

YOU WILL HAVE TO PROVIDE ONE SHORT ESSAY ANSWER TO ONLY ONE QUESTION BASED ON THE PRESENTATIONS YOU WILL HAVE LISTENED TO BY 18 JANUARY 2019 OR PRESENTATION SKILLS IN GENERAL.

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