Jezik | Language: HRV ENG
Engleski jezik za politologe 2
Šifra: 55426
ECTS: 2.5
Nositelji: v. pred. dr. sc. Saša Bjelobaba
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:
Cilj je ovoga kolegija daljnja konsolidacija jezične kompetencije studenata kao samostalnih korisnika engleskog jezika i napredak na ljestvici Zajedničkog europskog referentnog okvira za jezike (ZEROJ). Rad na stručnom leksiku nastavlja se na temelju udžbeničkih teorijsko-znanstvenih tekstova i raznovrsnih autentičnih materijala posvećenih aktualnim političkim zbivanjima iz pisanih i govornih medija, što bi trebalo dovesti do preciznije konceptualizacije engleskih termina s područja politologije te razvijanja svijesti o hrvatsko-engleskim međujezičnim podudarnostima, djelomičnim podudarnostima, ali i diskrepancijama, u opsegu i rasporedu semantičkih polja i koncepata na koje se odnose pojedini termini s područja politike i političke znanosti. Konstantna izloženost raznolikom autentičnom jezičnom materijalu tijekom cijelog semestra trebala bi pridonijeti razumijevanju većeg dijela televizijskih, radijskih i novomedijskih vijesti, praćenju i bilježenju predavanja s područja političke znanosti na engleskom jeziku te barem globalnom razumijevanju stručnih tekstova s područja politologije napisanih na engleskom jeziku. Napredak na planu razvoja produktivnih jezičnih vještina (govorno i pisano izražavanje) u odnosu na njihovo stanje na kraju prethodnog semestra trebalo bi se očitovati u strukturiranijem usmenom izražavanju (suverena i spontanija upotreba sintaktičkih izričaja tipičnih za usmene prezentacije) te koherentnijem pisanom izražavanju (korištenje prikladnih vezničkih izraza svojstvenih formalnom registru nužnih za stilski adekvatno akademsko pisanje).
Literatura:
  1. Andrew Heywood; Politics; Palgrave Macmillan (2013), str. (object Object)
2. semestar
Strani jezik politologija 1-2 - Redovni studij - Preddiplomski sveučilišni studij Politologija
Strani jezik politologija 1-2 - Izvanredni studij - Preddiplomski sveučilišni studij Politologija
Termini konzultacija:
Objavljeno: 29. 3. 2019. u 12:38
Uređeno: 29. 3. 2019. u 13:10
Saša Bjelobaba

 

Dear all,

this is to confirm that your first partial exam will be held on Friday, 3 April 2019 at:

14:15 – 15:30 (GROUP B) + (GROUP A: Alduk - Čižmar); 

15:30 – 16:45 (GROUP C) + (GROUP A: Dabo – Krasnić)

Both exam sessions will be held in lecture room SEMINAR 5.

 

CLASS RESCHEDULING:

Group A's regular Wednesday (3 April) classes are cancelled, while Group B's Wednesday (3 April), group A's and group C's Thursday (4 April) classes will be held according to our regular schedule.

 

NB: Only those of you who have not exceeded the maximum of 6 absences yet will be allowed to sit this examination.

Don’t hesitate to contact me for any additional information and/or clarification needed.

Kind regards,

Saša Bjelobaba

 

 

ENGLISH 2 – CONTINUAL ASSESSMENT 1

 

  1. Complete the definitions with some of the following expressions (listed alphabetically below):

 

ABOUND; ACKNOWLEDGE; AGGRANDISEMENT; ALLEGIANCE; ARTEFACT; ASSERTIVE; ASSUMPTION; BIGOTRY; BLEND; BLUEPRINT; BOGEY; BOLSTER; BOND; BOUND; BOUNDARY; CLEANSING; COHESION; COMPRISE; CONJUNCTION; CREED; CUNNING; DEGREE; DEMONSTRATE; DESCENT; DEVICE; DISINTEGRATION; DWARF; EMBEDDED; EMERGE; EMPHASIS; EMPHASIZE; ENCOMPASS; ENDURING; EQUALITY; ESPOUSE; EXCLUSIVE; FACILITATE; FASHION; FRATERNITY; FUSION; GIVE RISE; HETEROGENEITY; HOMOGENEITY; HOSTILITY; IMPETUS; IMPLEMENT; IN THE FLICK OF AN EYELID; INALIENABLE; INCLUSIVE; INCORPORATION; INDIGENOUS; INERADICABLE; INHERIT; INNATE; INSULAR; INVIOLABLE; LIBERATING; LIBERTY; MAINLAND; MANTLE; MISMATCH; MISNAMED; MOULD; OPPRESSIVE; OUTBREAK; PATCHWORK; PRECURSOR; PROFOUND; PROGRESSIVE; PROPENSITY; PURITY; QUESTIONABLE; REACTIONARY; RECURRENT; REGARDLESS; REKINDLE; SEED; SELDOM; SELF-DETERMINATION; SIGNIFICANCE; SOVEREIGNTY; STATEHOOD; STOKE UP; SUBJUGATE; SUPERSEDE; THREAT; THUS; TRACE BACK; TRIUMPHALIST; UNABASHED; UNTHINKABLE; UPHEAVAL; UPSURGE; VIABLE; XENOPHOBIA.

 

Example: If you describe a society, its laws, or customs as oppressive , you think they treat people cruelly and unfairly.

 

Make sure you understand the meaning of the words listed alphabetically in the box. They all appeared in the sections from Heywoods’s chapter on Nations and Nationalism we discussed in class. You will have to fill in the blanks in easy-to-understand definitions with some of these expressions.

  

2. Fill in the gaps in the sentences extracted from Peter Maass's text  What Milosevic Taught Me about Donald Trump. NB: Use one word only!

Example:

Trump’s message was a variation, directed at his largely white ______________________, of the you-shall-not-be-beaten-again rhetoric used with malignant effect by Slobodan Milošević during the collapse of Yugoslavia.

 

Trump’s message was a variation, directed at his largely white constituency, of the you-shall-not-be-beaten-again rhetoric used with malignant effect by Slobodan Milošević during the collapse of Yugoslavia.

 

You will have to complete the original sentence with the missing word. You should preferably use the exact word, but if you come up with a perfect synonym, your answer will be accepted as correct.

 

3. Translate these sentences from Croatian into English:

 

Example: Nacije se definiraju (određuju) kombinacijom kulturnih i političkih čimbenika.

Nations are defined by a combination of cultural and political factors.

 

All sentences in this exercise will be based on the texts we analysed in class (the sections from Heywood’s chapter on Nations and Nationalism).

 

4. Write these sentences as reported / questions, using the words given:

 

Example: “What’s your name?”, he asked. → He wanted to know ________________

He wanted to know what my name was.

“What’s your name?”, he asked. → Can you tell me ___________________

Can you tell me what your name is?

 

Pay attention both to word order and to sequence of tenses if the reporting verb is in a past tense.

 

5. Choose one question and discuss it briefly:

 

Example: Does the nation-state have a future?

 

You will have to choose one topic and discuss it briefly. Both grammar and the content of your answer will be assessed. I expect you to let me know that you have understood the ideas and problems discussed by Andrew Heywood.

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