•Enjoy English/course book for Class 11./M.Z.Biboletova, E.E. Babushis, N.D.Snezhko.- Obninsk: Titul, 2008. – 216 p.: il.
•Enjoy English: Workbook #1 for Class 11./ M.Z.Biboletova, E.E. Babushis, N.D.Snezhko.- Obninsk: Titul, 2008. – 96 p.: il.
•Enjoy English: Workbook #2 for Class 11./ M.Z.Biboletova, E.E. Babushis, N.D.Snezhko.- Obninsk: Titul, 2008. – 96 p.: il.
•CD MP3 (audio files for Enjoy English course book)
•New Millennium English: course book for Class 11./ O.L.Groza, O.B.Dvoretskaya, N.Yu.Kazyrbayeva, V.V.Klimenko, M.L.Michurina, N.V.Novikova, T.N.Ryzhkova, E,Yu.Shalimova. – Obninsk: Titul, 2004. – 176 p.: il.
•"English Grammar in Use" a self-study reference and practice book for intermediate students/Raymond Murphy. – Cambridge, 2003
We are going to use original up-to-date materials from other sources as well, e.g. the Internet. You will find the necessary Internet links in your tasks and assignments.
This course will introduce you to the following themes:
•What do young people face in society today?
•The job of your dreams
•Heading for a better new world?
•Where are you from?
The course will give you an opportunity to develop your ability to communicate effectively in some realistic situations and to promote your social, study and project skills. It will provide you with some learning strategies in order to develop your language abilities in all four skill areas - reading, writing, listening and speaking.
To meet the goals of the course you must
•work hard on materials to study: learn vocabulary, grammar rules, practice different learning strategies and take an active part in discussions;
•co-operate with your classmates while working in pairs, groups, doing projects;
•hand in all your tasks and assignments on time.
The course is designed for 102 contact hours.
Units / Topics
Class hours - 102
1. What do young people face in society today?
2. The job of your dreams
3. Heading for a better new world?
4. Where are you from?
Minimum requirements for passing this course are substantial course participation; on-time work and satisfactory attendance.
To succeed in the course, you will need to read assignments carefully, to follow the syllabus and be prepared to take an active part in discussions in class.
We will use the Internet as a resource and you will be asked to read guidelines covering Internet use. Even if you are experienced with the computers and the software, you should be prepared to spend time outside of class (either at home or at the classroom open hours) on various assignments and projects.
During the school year you will be required:
•to write two papers by the end of each term;
•to make some oral presentations (mini-projects) and give up some writings (papers) according to the course syllabus;
•to take part in the "Nanotechnology and how we can benefit from it" project in the end of the 3rd term.
Course participation – 20%
Presentations – 20%
Papers – 20%
Tests – 24%
Project – 16%