Communication in the Official Language
2017-09-18 - in
The course addresses both to foreign persons wishing to acquire Romanian language skills and people who want to develop their communication skills in the official language - Romanian.Communication in the Official Language
Who Should Attend?
The course addresses both to foreign persons wishing to acquire Romanian language skills and people who want to develop their communication skills in the official language - Romanian.
The skills acquired during the course will help participants to correctly interpret verbal, nonverbal and para verbal language of the partners who discuss with, communicate effectively at A2 level, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. (A2 - Intermediate - The student can understand sentences and frequently used expressions in relation to areas of immediate priority - personal or family information, shopping, close environment, work).
The foreign persons wishing to acquire Romanian language skills can communicate in simple and common situations, which require only an exchange of information, simple and direct, on familiar subject. He can describe his family, environment and evoke familiar, common or immediate needs with simple means. The candidate can draw a very simple personal letter. It is the most requested level by faculty from enrolling in higher education.
Competences below are recognized all over the country and, by apostille, throughout the EU.
Competencies gained at A2 level:
‣ understanding spoken language
‣ Oral Expression
‣ understanding written language
‣ correct drafting of a written text
‣ Interaction in conversation
Duration: 60 hours, of which:
• 24 hours theoretical (phonetic and morpho-syntax, vocabulary)
• 36 hours practical training where students will prepare their project portfolio required for the exam with online support from lecturers (e-mail discussion group on the Internet, telephone, forum etc.).
The course uses modern teaching methods, andragogic ones (adult education specific): PowerPoint presentations, video screenings, games, case studies, demonstrations, role playing, brainstorming, teamwork.
The course is divided into three sections:
◦ phonetics and morpho-syntax issues
◦ specific information (Identification and characterization of individual, daily schedule, privacy and leisure, house and home, geographic environment, accommodation, food, hotel, restaurant, etc., shopping, services, communication means, hygiene and health, travel, work and profession, events and memories: about ages and characters, etc.);
◦ speech acts (Social conventions, request and provide information, attitudes and feelings)
Practical activities cover 2/3 of all classes.
The exam will be held with representatives of ANC and has two components:
‣ a project portfolio that students will achieve it during practice and which will be presented to the committee
‣ a multiple-choice test with 20 questions