Evaluation at CPE : 2009-20010 Year 3 Semester 1 Modules Assignments Language learning approaches and strategies Real English Project Write a report on the Intensive week Introduction to Cambridge Exams Complete sections of FCE or CAE exams Media: keeping up with world events Follow a news story and report on it in class Write an essay on a current topic Industrial systems and processes: conference Explain an industrial process using a poster simulation Scientific Articles Read and present scientific articles: keep up to date with developments in your field Year 3 Semester 2 Modules Assignments Getting Ready to go Abroad Write a CV and Covering Letter Cultural Differences Present the differences between a country where you are interested in working and France Company Creation Project Write an executive summary of your business plan PowerPoint presentation of your business plan to a bank (meeting simulation) Scientific Articles Summarise a scientific article Working towards the Cambridge Exams Do an FCE or CAE mock exam For each assignment, students are given grades out of 20 according to their level. This corresponds to descriptions of what you can do, as set out in the Common European Framework for Languages (CEF), as follows: A1 A2 B1 B1 + B2 B2 + C1 C1 + C2 C2 + 10 11 12 14.5 16 17 18 20 In addition to the specific assignments, students are evaluated on their interlanguage, as demonstrated in class, their general professionalism and their personal investment in the learning process, i.e. whether or not you have reached your objectives for the semester. These objectives will be different for each group: depending on your original level, your objective could be to progress from one Common European Framework level to another, or to maintain your current level of English (for higher level students). Above all, it is important to note that, at CPE, English classes are considered as ‘Practicals’ (TP), because we feel strongly that you need to be active and use a language, in order to make progress. You must therefore, of course, attend all classes, in order to have the opportunity to use your English. If you do not, the module will be considered ‘incomplete’ and not validated. Students need an average of 10/20 in order to validate their English module. Where you have not got a total of 10/20, ‘catch up’ work/assignments will be given at the end of the semester in order to be able to go on to the next semester.
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