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You can email me on dunstan.clarke(zavináč)fjfi.cvut.cz

 

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I’m DJing at Kenny’s Island, Velehradksa 26, Friday March 8th, from 20.00

 

 

 

 

 

Office Hours

Summer Semester

Tuesday 08.30 – 09.30

Thursday 08.30 – 09.30

Please feel free to come and talk to me about any problems, doubts or difficulties you may be having with your course. It’s best to email and make an appointment first as at times I may be busy. If these times aren’t suitable we can arrange another one by email.

You can phone me at my office here on 224358571

 

 

Heres the old website

https://web.archive.org/web/20190212133608/http://people.fjfi.cvut.cz/clarkdun/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classes

English For Doctoral Students

AP2

Classes take place:

Tuesday 15.30 – 17.10 T209

Thursday 11.30 – 13.10 T210

18.2

 Academic writing skills: Cohesive Referencing

Cohesion

Cambridge Academic Scans\Academic Style.pdf

(excercise 8.2)

 

25.2

Academic Phrasal Verbs

AcademicPhrasalVerbs

AcademicPhrasalVerbs2

New Homework\can you split it up.pdf

 

4.3

Clause structure 1: Relative Clauses

 

Text

 

RelativeClausePractice

New Homework\of which2.pdf

Only 4.1

 

11.3

Clause Structure 2: Clauses of Purpose

NuclearWeapons

New Homework\cause and effect.pdf

 

18.3

Clause structure 3: Participle Clauses

ParticipleText        Tasks

New Homework\ing clauses.pdf

 

Only exercise 1.1 and 1.2 (you can skip the pair-speaking part J)

 

25.3

(Thursday class 4th April)

There will be no classes Thursday 28th

Or Tuesday 2nd April

Clause Structure 4: Conditional Clauses

Text     Practice    Taska

Taskb

New Homework\conditional conjunctions.pdf

 

8.4

 

Describing Results 1

Describing

Comparing

Comparing2

Prepositions

New Homework\comprise consist of.pdf

Only exercise 1.1

 

15.4

 Describing Results 2

  Describing2

Correlation

 

AP 1\Week 6\New Graphs 3.pdf

 

AP 1\Week 6\New Graphs 4.pdf

 

You can skip the listening and speaking tasks

 

22.4

 Gerunds and Infinitives

AP 2\gerunds and infinitive text.pdf

AP 2\Week 9\gerunds and infinitives.pdf

New Homework\gerunds or infinitive.pdf

 

29.4

Prepositions

 

Prepositions

 

AcademicPrepositions

 

New Homework\complex preporsitions.pdf

 

6.5

Listening to Lectures

AP 2\invention.pdf

AP 2\invention2.pdf

 

 

13.5

Test for ungraded assessment (zápočet)

 

 

 

 

English For Doctoral Students

 

Please sign up for the course on KOS . The KOS code for the advanced course is D04AJP. Please sign for both semesters. If you do not, I will not be able to see your name on KOS to give you a mark for your final exam

N.B. the mid-level classes have been moved to Thursday (see below)

Classes take place Thursday 11.30 T210 (mid-level class)

Tuesday 17.30 T210 (high level class)

 

Please read this document

Doktorandi\Advanced English for Doctoral Students.docx

It contains all the course requirements and information about the exam

 

The core course can be found on this website:

corecourse

Materials for your presentations can be found here

presentations

Materials for some of the vocabulary topics can be found here

vocabulary

Here’s a useful link for grammar, much of which may be in the course

remedialgrammar

 

Error Correction Code for Essays:

NB unless otherwise stated the mark refers to the word it is in front of

WW – wrong word

WO  - word order

MW – missing word

GR – Grammar

Sp – Spelling

P – Punctuation

R – wrong register e.g. informal English

T – wrong tense

C  - cohesion error e.g. repeating a word instead of using a pronoun

Re – Redundancy

F – wrong form of the word, i.e. using an adjective where there should be a noun, etc.

H – insufficient or overzealous hedging

Pa  - missing parallel structure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 

18.2

     Abstracts , Introductions and conclusions

 

Doktorandi\Writing An abstract.docx

 

Doktorandi\introcutions and conclusions.docx

Doktorandi\phd study homework.pdf

25.2

Parallelism

Doktorandi\Parallelism task.docx

 

Doktorandi\inversions.pdf

Doktorandi\Nouns of Latin and Greek origin.pdf

4.3

Academic Noun phrases

 

Cambridge Academic Scans\Noun Phrases and Comp Adj.pdf

 

Cambridge Academic Scans\Compound nouns 2.pdf

Doktorandi\punctuation homework2.pdf

 

Exercise II only, please, skip 49

11.3

Prepositions

 

Prepositions

 

AcademicPrepositions

 

Doktorandi\Clauses of purpose, cause and result homework.pdf

 

Exercise IV, please

18.3

Negotiated Session

Doktorandi\Hedging.pdf

 

Exercises IV and V,  please

 

 

25.3

(Thursday class 4th April)

There will be no classes Thursday 28th

Or Tuesday 2nd April

Presentations

 

Doktorandi\presntation linkers.pdf              

 Doktorandi\presenting figures.pdf           

Doktorandi\presentations conclusions.pdf

 

Doktorandi\presentations questions.pdf

8.4

 

Students Give Presentations

15.4

 Students Give Presentations

 

 

 

22.4

 Individual Tutorials

29.4

Individual Tutorials

6.5

 

Negotiated Session

 

 

 

13.5

Final Written Exam

 

 

 

 

                                                                                 

 

English For Master’s Students

 

 

 

Sign up for 04MG02 on KOS

 

18.2

     Intro to Academic Style

Cambridge Academic Scans\Academic Style.pdf

 

25.2

Spelling and Punctuation

 

Punctuation

 

4.3

Hedging

 

Hedging

 

11.3

Gerunds and Infinitives

AP 2\gerunds and infinitive text.pdf

AP 2\Week 9\gerunds and infinitives.pdf

18.3

Debating

25.3

(Thursday class 4th April)

There will be no classes Thursday 28th

Or Tuesday 2nd April

Conditionals

8.4

 

15.4

 

22.4

 

29.4

Presentations

 

Doktorandi\presntation linkers.pdf              

 Doktorandi\presenting figures.pdf           

Doktorandi\presentations conclusions.pdf

 

Doktorandi\presentations questions.pdf

6.5

 

Students Give Presentations

 

 

13.5

Test for end of module assessment

 

 

 

 

 

Plagiarism

Although the majority of students submitted work that was entirely original or clearly referenced there were a few instances of plagiarism in work submitted to me last semester. If I discover that work submitted contains either;

a.)   material from books or the internet that have not been correctly referenced (http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm)

b.)   material that is copied from a book or the internet in its entirety

c.)    material copied from another student

d.)   material that has clearly been written with the assistance of another student (i.e. it is of a much higher standard than the students normal work, or it reads as if it had been written by a native speaker)

the essay will automatically fail. You will then be asked to resubmit the essay and I will deduct 10% from the final grade. If you have any questions, please email me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DJing

As well as teaching English I sometimes do a bit of DJing, you can hear some mixes by me here J

 

 

 

http://www.mixcloud.com/dunstan-clarke/

Here’s the newest one

https://www.mixcloud.com/dunstan-clarke/mrbobby/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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