COURSE DESCRIPTION (Academic writing)

You will become familiar with writing well-structured and coherent paragraphs and essays. The course will provide you with information and practice on the following topics:

TEXTS AND READINGS (REQUIRED): 

1.     Grammar ( English Grammar Digest : Chapter 8)

2.     Useful vocabulary manual

3.     Zemach, Dorothy E. (2003). College Writing.  Oxford: Macmillan. 

4.     Gholami, J. (2008). Essay activator handbook (unpublished draft version) ( the chapters related to each unit will be touched upon briefly and the students are required to use the related examples in their writing)

 

Week

units

1 (17.11-21.11)

Introduction +Grammar

2 (1.12- 5.12)

Grammar

3 ( 8.12-12.12)

Grammar

4(15.12-19.12)

Units 1-2 Getting Ready to write & The structure of a paragraph

5( 22.12-26.12)

The structure of a paragraph + voc( age)

6(14.1-18.1.89)

Unit 3 The development of a paragraph + voc(time)

7 (21.1.-25.1.89)

Descriptive and process  paragraph +voc(family)

8 (28.1.-1.2.89)

Unit 5 Opinion + voc (friendship)

9 (4.2-8.2. 89)

Unit 6 comparison and contrast

10 (11.2-15.2. 89)

comparison and contrast + voc (emotion)

11(18.2-22.2. 89)

Unit7 problem/solution +voc (accident)

12(25.2-29.2. 89)

problem/solution +voc ( a disease)

13(1.3-5.3.89)

Unit 8 The structure of an essay

14(8.3-12.3. 89)

Unit 9 outlining an essay (planning a holiday)

15(16.3.-19.3.89)

Unit 10 introduction and conclusion

16(22.3-26.3.89)

Unit 11unity and coherence + CV writing

 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

For each of the assigned weekly topics, you will submit well-written essays or summaries. You are also required to attend all sessions and take part in class discussions actively.

 

 GRADING SCHEME: 

 

ITEMS TO BE SCORED

PERCENTAGE

POINTS

1.

Class participation and homework completion

20%

4

2.

Grammar (Sat. 15.12.88) Or (Monday 17.2.88)

 

15%

3

3.

Mid-term ( Monday 20.2.89: 11.30-13) Units 1-6

30%

6

3.

Final exam ( 3.4.89: 10-12) Units 7-11

35%

7

 

Total

100%

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       

General English I syllabus

                             Second Semester 1388-1389

 

Week 1

17-22          Bahman

Introduction +Unit 1

  Textbook: Improving  Reading  Skills

Units 1-12

Unit 11 is deleted  

The  Purpose of the course is to improve the students’ Reading Skills. So the instructors  are expected  to orient their efforts towards this objective.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mid-Term: Thursday

 Ordibehest, 16 

8-10                9.5 points, Units 1-6

 

Final

Tuesday,  Tir 1   8-10                     9.5 points

Units : 7,8,9,10,12                     class participation and activity:        1 point

 

     Good luck

Coordinator: Dr. Ali Mahbudi

Week 2

24-29

Unit     1

Week 3

 1-6              Esfand

Units 1&2

Week 4

8-13

Unit  2

Week 5

15-20

Unit 3

Week 6

22-27

Units 3&4

Week 7

14-19            Farv.

Unit  4

Week 8

21-26

Unit  5

Week 9

28-2           Ord.

Unit 6

Week 10

4-9

Units 6&7

Week 11

11-16

Unit 7

Week 12

18-23

Unit  8

Week 13

25-30

Unit  9

Week 14

1-6            Khordad

Unit  10

Week 15

8-13

Units 10&12

Week 16

15-20

Unit 12

Week 17

22-27

Unit 12+revuew

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            

General English II syllabus

                             Second Semester 1388-1389

 

Week 1

17-22          Bahman

 

 

Week 2

24-29

 

Week 3

 1-6              Esfand

 

Week 4

8-13

 

Week 5

15-20

 

Week 6

22-27

 

Week 7

14-19            Farv.

 

Week 8

21-26

 

Week 9

28-2           Ord.

 

Week 10

4-9

 

Week 11

11-16

 

Week 12

18-23

 

Week 13

25-30

 

Week 14

1-6            Khordad

 

Week 15

8-13

 

Week 16

15-20

 

Week 17

22-27

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   General English II

                   Prerequisite: General I

 

Section                            Instructors                                  

 

1.                                                                             Seddigh

2.                                                                             Dr. Pakdal

3.                                                                             Dr. Pakdal

4.                                                                             Seddigh

6.                               Soori

7.                               Jafari

10                              Hoseini

11.                             Dr. Amalsaleh

12.                             Dr. Pakdel

13.                             Hoseini

14                              Moslehi

15.                             Moslehi

16.                             Moslehi

 

 Source: Reading science and Medicine in English Syllabus and Date of Exam in Attached

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         

General English II syllabus

                             Second Semester 1388-1389

 

Week 1

17-22          Bahman

 

 

Week 2

24-29

 

Week 3

 1-6              Esfand

 

Week 4

8-13

 

Week 5

15-20

 

Week 6

22-27

 

Week 7

14-19            Farv.

 

Week 8

21-26

 

Week 9

28-2           Ord.

 

Week 10

4-9

 

Week 11

11-16

 

Week 12

18-23

 

Week 13

25-30

 

Week 14

1-6            Khordad

 

Week 15

8-13

 

Week 16

15-20

 

Week 17

22-27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General English II

Prerequisite: General I

 

Section                          Instructors                               

 

1.                                                                             Seddigh

2.                                                                             Dr. Pakdal

3.                                                                             Dr. Pakdal

4.                                                                             Seddig

6.                               Soori

7.                               Jafari

10                               Hoseini

11.                              Dr. Amalsaleh

12.                              Dr. Pakdel

13.                              Hoseini

14                               Moslehi

15.                              Moslehi

16.                              Moslehi

 

 Source: Reading science and Medicine in English Syllabus and Date of Exam in Attached

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Syllabus for Pre-University English, Spring 89

 

Textbooks:

1.     Concepts & Comments, (C&C) 

2.     New Headway, Pre-Intermediate, workbook, (excluding  writing sections)

 

 

 

Date

 Concepts &

Comments                            

New Head way

 

 

 Midterm  Exam

 Wed. 15.2.89

(11.30-13)

 Units:1-13 of C&C

1-8   of  New Headway

10 points  

 

Final  Exam

Sun. 30 .3.89

(8-10)

Units: 14-25of C&C

           9-14 of New Headway

           10 points

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                

                        

Bahman

17-23    

Introduction + Unit 1

----

24-30

 2

----

Esfand

1-7

 3&4

Unit 1

8-14

 

  5,6

2

5-21

 

  7,8

3

22-28

 

 9

4

Farvardin

14-20

  9,10

4

21-27

 

 11,12

5

Ordibehesht

28-3

  13,14

6

 4-10

 

 15,16

7

 11-17

 

  17

8

18-24

 

18-19

9

 25-31

 

  20

10

Khordad

1-7

   21-22

11

8-14

 

23-24

12

15-21

 

24-25

13

 22-27

 

25

14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     A Syllabus  For ESP (Dentistry)  

     Spring   1389

 

     Prerequisite Course: General English  II

     Text Book: English for the Students of Dentistry

      by: Dr. M.H. Tahririan  

 Date

units

 

Week 1

17-22          Bahman

Introduction +Unit 1

 

 Midterm Exam

 Date: Mon. 13.2.89 (11.30-13)

Materials: Units 1-10

10 points

Type of Ques:

 

Part I :

a. Vocabulary : about 45 Ques.        b. Reading comp.: 4 passages               with about 18 Ques.

 

 Part II.

a. True/false: 5 sents.

b. Matching: about 10  points

c. Cloze Text:  about 10 points

 

 

Final Exam:

Date: sun. 30.3.89 (8-10 )

Materials: Units 11-20

10 points

 

Type of Ques.:

 

Part I :

a. Vocabulary:  about 45 Ques.

b. Reading comp:4 passages    with about 16 Ques.

 

Part II:

a. True/false : 5 sents.

b. Matching: about 10 points

c. Cloze test:  about 10 points

 

Week 2

24-29

1

Week 3

 1-6              Esfand

2& 3

Week 4

8-13

3&4

Week 5

15-20

5&6

Week 6

22-27

7

Week 7

14-19       Farvardin

7,8

Week 8

21-26

9,10

Week 9

28-2       Ordibehesht         

10,11

Week 10

4-9

12,13

Week 11

11-16

13,14

Week 12

18-23

15,16

Week 13

25-30

16

Week 14

1-6            Khordad

17,18

Week 15

8-13

18,19

Week 16

15-20

19,20

Week 17

22-27

20+review

                                                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION (Academic writing for medical journalism)

You will become familiar with writing well-structured and coherent paragraphs and essays. The course will provide you with information and practice on the following topics:

TEXTS AND READINGS (REQUIRED): 

1.     Grammar ( English Grammar Digest : Chapter 8)

2.     Zemach, Dorothy E. (2003). College Writing.  Oxford: Macmillan. 

3.     Gholami, J. (2008). Essay activator handbook (unpublished draft version) ( the chapters related to each unit will be touched upon briefly and the students are required to use the related examples in their writing)

4.     Sample written case reports 

5.     Sample Listening case reports

 

Week

units

1 (17.11-21.11)

Introduction +Grammar

2 (1.12- 5.12)

Grammar

3 ( 8.12-12.12)

Grammar

4(15.12-19.12)

Units 1-2 Getting Ready to write & The structure of a paragraph

5( 22.12-26.12)

The structure of a paragraph and the development of a paragraph

6(14.1-18.1.89)

Descriptive and process  paragraph

7 (21.1.-25.1.89)

Opinion and comparison and contrast

8 (28.1.-1.2.89)

problem/solution

9 (4.2-8.2. 89)

problem/solution

10 (11.2-15.2. 89)

The structure of an essay

11(18.2-22.2. 89)

outlining an essay

12(25.2-29.2. 89)

introduction and conclusion

13(1.3-5.3.89)

unity and coherence

14(8.3-12.3. 89)

The structure of  a case report 

15(16.3.-19.3.89)

Samples

16(22.3-26.3.89)

Writing CV

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

For each of the assigned weekly topics, you will submit well-written essays or summaries. You are also required to attend all sessions and take part in class discussions actively.

 

 GRADING SCHEME: 

 

ITEMS TO BE SCORED

PERCENTAGE

POINTS

1.

Class participation and homework completion

20%

4

2.

Grammar (Sat. 15.12.88)

 

15%

3

3.

Mid-term ( Monday 20.2.89: 11.30-13) Units 1-6

30%

6

3.

Final exam ( 3.4.89: 10-12) Units 7-11

35%

7

 

Total

100%

20

 

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