Tabela Odniesień Efektów Kierunkowych Do Efektów Obszarowych

Tabela Odniesień Efektów Kierunkowych Do Efektów Obszarowych

Final educational effects

achieved by graduates in English in Public Communication

with reference to formal requirements in humanistic education

Subject: English in Public Communication

Level: BA

Branch of Education: The humanities

Profile: Academic

symbol / a graduate in English in Public Communication will / reference to
humanistic education
K_W01 / have basic knowledge about the significance of the humanities, particularly the discipline of philology, in the system of scientific disciplines, about their research subjects as well as their methodological specificity / H1A_W01
K_W02 / have basic knowledge about the significance of the language studies and communication studies within the discipline of philology, about their research subjects as well as their methodological specificity / H1A_W01
K_W03 / have basic knowledge about European philosophy, its main traditions and problems and its significance for the development of the humanities / H1A_W01
K_W04 / know the basic terminology of linguistics and communication studies, their main theoretical models and methodologies, particularly with respect to public communication / H1A_W02
K_W05 / know the basic terminology of cultural studies, sociology and political science, know of the main theoretical frameworks and methodologies of these disciplines, particularly with respect to public communication / H1A_W02
K_W06 / have a systematic general knowledge of the basic concepts, orientations and approaches in philosophy / H1A_W01
K_W07 / have a systematic detailed knowledge of the range of socially oriented language studies and communication studies, namely of semiotics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, stylistics and rhetoric; be familiar with the main research traditions and new developments in these fields of study / H1A_W03
K_W08 / have a basic knowledge of legal, economic and political conditions of public communication / H1A_W03
K_W09 / have a systematic detailed knowledge of current research in linguistics, discourse analysis, social communication, media studies, as well as related disciplines and their research orientations / H1A_W04
K_W10 / have a systematic detailed knowledge of the theory and practice of persuasion and rhetoric, of the origins and the development of various paradigms and categories in public communication / H1A_W04
K_W11 / have a systematic detailed knowledge of social categories and cultural differences inherent in public communication / H1A_W05
K_W12 / have a proficiency in English at C1 level, know grammatical, lexical and stylistic rules of correct uses of English, as well as of various registers to be used appropriately to social contexts / H1A_W04
K_W13 / have a basic knowledge of media institutions and media systems as well as typical practices in journalism (news reporting) and promotion (PR, advertising) / H1A_W06
K_W14 / know of the main methods of analysis and interpretation of the uses of language that are typical of public communication; be aware of the complexity and evolution of linguistic systems and meaning-making practices / H1A_W07
K_W15 / know types of intellectual and industrial copyright, identify characteristics of intellectual and industrial property rights, and know legal constraints on the use of copyrighted material / H1A_W08
K_W16 / know the formal properties and conventional applications of various professional genres and practices in public communication / H1A_W09
K_W17 / be acquainted with the ethical standards and codes of practice in public communication / H1A_W10
K_W18 / have a basic knowledge of social, political and cultural institutions; follow the news and participate in cultural events / H1A_W10
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K_U01 / search for, analyze, select, evaluate and use information collected from various sources and presented in various media / H1A_U01
K_U02 / implement basic research procedures (formulate research questions/hypotheses, review literature, select methods and tools, analyze and interpret material, process and present results, discuss and interpret results) in order to answer research questions related to language and communication in the public sphere / H1A_U02
K_U03 / work independently and do effective self-study to develop interests and advance research under the supervision of a faculty member / H1A_U03
K_U04 / apply the terminology, theoretical frameworks, research paradigms and methodological approaches of linguistics and discouse studies (including those of semiotics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, stylistics and rhetoric), as well as communication studies and media studies / H1A_U04
K_U05 / use the conventions of English academic discourse to present and write about public communication research / H1A_U04
K_U06 / identify and describe a range of linguistic and generic features of texts used in public communication, conduct a critical analysis/interpretation of texts in English, with the aid of typical philological methods, and delimit their potential meanings, social impact and cultural significance / H1A_U05
K_U07 / present arguments, enter debates and draw conclusions in English, using collected information, referring to other authors, and relating arguments to specific contexts, aims and audiences / H1A_U06
K_U08 / draw on basic concepts of economic, legal, management and political discourse to prepare texts and presentations in English / H1A_U06
K_U09 / communicate in English with experts in public communication both directly and through various media channels / H1A_U07
K_U10 / make a well-organized presentation in English related to a selected aspect of study / H1A_U07
K_U11 / write a coherent paper/essay in English, using various techniques of exposition, a range of sources and a sufficient number of arguments/perspectives/details to underpin the thesis statement / H1A_U08
K_U12 / collaborate with other students to prepare projects, presentations or texts in English that can be publicized out of class / H1A_U09
K_U13 / use spoken and written English (relative to C1 level) fluently and effectively to discuss a variety of topics related to the condition of the individual in the modern society or to current issues / H1A_U10
K_U14 / comprehend spoken and written texts in English (relative to C1 level) to identify the general point/attitude and to find specific information in authentic public communications / H1A_U10
Social Competences
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humanistic education
K_K01 / understands the need for life-long learning / H1A_K01
K_K02 / fluently speaks and competently writes in English (at C1 level) / H1A_K01
K_K03 / shapes his/her opinions on the basis of the obtained general and detailed knowledge / H1A_K01
K_K04 / cooperates with others in a team, assumes various roles in a group / H1A_K02
K_K05 / is well-organized and reliable as regards class assignments and research / H1A_K02
K_K06 / recognizes priorities and objectives in self-study, class assignments and research / H1A_K03
K_K07 / approaches public communications in an analytic and critical way / H1A_K03
K_K08 / recognizes and respects cultural, social and ethnic differences in communication patterns / H1A_K03
K_K09 / is able to discern and handle ethical problems and conflicts of interests in the contexts of professional life; is responsible and reliable as a member of a team / H1A_K03
K_K10 / is aware of his/her civic responsibilities and is tolerant towards other actors in the public sphere / H1A_K02
K_K11 / acknowledges his/her references to published research, respects copyright and property rights and avoids plagiarism / H1A_K04
K_K12 / is aware of his/her responsibility to protect the cultural heritage of the region, the country, Europe / H1A_K05
K_K13 / is aware of the significance of public communication for a democratic dialogue in the public sphere / H1A_K05
K_K14 / follows the news and participates in cultural events / H1A_K06

Opracowanie i tłumaczenie: Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska