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(in Polish) filologia angielska z pedagogiką (w Kaliszu prow. wspól. W.A, WPA-Kalisz.) (DLx-FilAP)

(in Polish: filologia angielska z pedagogiką (w Kaliszu prow. wspól. W.A, WPA-Kalisz.))
first cycle degree studies
full-time, 3 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

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Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na kierunku filologia angielska z pedagogiką

Access to further studies:

second-cycle degree studies, postgraduate studies

Professional status:

The graduate is prepared and entitled to work as an English teacher in nursery schools, primary schools and language schools. The graduate’s qualifications comply both with the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 January 2012 on the educational standards for education and training to the pursuit of the profession of teacher and with the Regulation of the Minister of National Education of 1 August 2017 on the specific qualifications required from teachers and they result from the intensive language training completed in the field of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, rules of interpersonal communication and comprehension and use of spoken and written language. They also result from the training in the field of humanities and social studies encompassing English Philology (which includes the following areas: linguistics, particularly applied linguistics, literary studies and cultural studies) and pedagogy. The graduate demonstrates English proficiency level C1 in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and proficiency level B2 in another foreign language. The graduate can use language flexibly and effectively for social, educational and professional purposes and can interpret and produce both written texts and spoken language on complex subjects and subjects referring to philological studies. The graduate’s competences in English are close to the competences of English language native speakers. He knows the literature and culture of the English-speaking countries and is familiar with the questions relating to the English language and its teaching and learning. He is able to acquire knowledge, inter alia, with the purpose of improving his language competences (is aware of the need for life-long education) by using modern technologies and in compliance with copyright. He is also competent in respect to interculturality (understanding and respect for other cultures), interpersonal communication and team work. In the course of training, which includes the legally required number of hours of pedagogical practice in schools and other educational institutions, the graduate gained skills both in psychology and pedagogy and in English language teaching methodology as well. The graduate’s knowledge and skills extend beyond the minimum defined in the regulations regarding the qualifications of teachers. The graduate is particularly well prepared to deal with challenges of an educational and didactic nature. In addition the graduate is also well prepared to work wherever an excellent knowledge of English and/or educational-humanistic competences are required e.g. in foreign departments of institutions and companies (in the area of education, mass media, culture and tourism). The graduate is also well-trained to pursue second cycle degree studies in various subject areas like English Philology, Applied Linguistics, Ecolinguistics, Foreign Language Teaching and Pedagogy.

Learning outcomes

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Learning outcomes for the field of study were specified by the Resolution No. 140/2013/2014 of the Senate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań adopted on 26 May 2014 and changed by the Resolution No. 74/2016/2017 adopted on 26 June 2017. The Resolutions with attachments are available on the website: www.amu.edu.pl