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Course syllabus english for management

  1. 1. English for Management*Course SyllabusCurriculum Bachelor of Arts ProgrammeIn Buddhist ManagementSection of Subject General EducationCode of Subject 614 203, Credit Numbers 3(3-0-6)Subject English for managementGraduate School ClassCourse DescriptionTo study the technique of reading, writing, interpreting and skillpracticing of language in the name of universal language, and practicingskills in listening, speaking, reading, writing, which emphasized on reading,writing and comprehension sentences forms that have vocabularies, andsentences structures related with document in using for studies.Objectives of Study1. Learning to know and understand the technique of reading, writing,interpreting and skill practicing of language in the name of universallanguage.2. Learning to know and understand the technique of reading, writing,interpreting and skill practicing of language in the name of universallanguage in order to able phrases building, paragraph and sentences formsin English.3. Learning to know and understand the technique of reading, writing,interpreting and skill practicing of language in the name of universallanguage in order to use listening skills, speaking, reading, and writing inEnglish to communication correctly.Objectives of Virtues
  2. 2. English for Management*1. An appreciate in English learning for communication withforeigners around the world.2. An appreciate and benefits of English using for propagation of theBuddhismCourse Objectives1. English vocabularies involved management A-Z2. English pretest: English for communication3.English vocabularies for management project4. Seminar in English5. Reading for Topic, Reading for Main Idea, Reading for DetailsReading for Topic6. News Form for reading and understanding7. CV & Resume/ Application laterCourse outline1. English vocabularies involved management A-Z2. English pretest: English for communication3.English vocabularies for management project4. Seminar in English5. Reading for Topic, Reading for Main Idea, Reading for DetailsReading for Topic6. News Form for reading and understanding7. CV & Resume/ Application laterEducational Activities1. Explanations2. Discussions
  3. 3. English for Management*3. Personal/Group Research4. Media Using in Teaching5. Project Working6. The Four Skills PracticingInstruction Media1. Document Teaching, Power point, Movies, Books, and so on.Evaluation Qualifies1. Attention class, cooperation, manners, 10 Marksrelationships, honesty and responsibility2. Skills ability(readiness, skillfully 10 Marksin expression)3. Intelligence (knowledge, comprehension, 20 Marksdocumentary applying, report,midterm exam.4. Final exam 60 MarksTotal 100 MarksMeasure of Evaluation and Mark LevelsExcellent AVery Good B +Good BVery Fair C +Fair CQuite Fair D +Poor DFailed FDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggested ReadingsDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggestion for Readings 614 203English for management
  4. 4. English for Management*...................................................Documentaries Descriptions and Suggested ReadingsDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggested Readings 000117Advanced English.Bryant, Margaret (1945). A functional English grammar. D.C. Heathand company.Carter Ronald, McCarthy, Michael (2006). Cambridge Grammar ofEnglish: A Comprehensive Guide, Cambridge University Press.Cobbett, William (2003, originally 1818). A Grammar of the EnglishLanguage (Oxford Language Classics), Oxford University Press.Fries Charles, Carpenter. (1952). The structure of English; anintroduction to the construction of English sentences. New York: Harcourt,Brace.Greenbaum, Sidney (1996). Oxford English Grammar, Oxford andNew York: Oxford University Press.Greenbaum, Sidney (1990). A Students Grammar of the EnglishLanguage. Addison Wesley Publishing CompanyHalliday M. A. K; Matthiessen, Christian M. I. M. (revised by)(2004).An Introduction to Functional Grammar, 3rd. edition. London:Hodder Arnold.Huddleston, Rodney D. (1984) Introduction to the grammar ofEnglish. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Huddleston, Rodney D. (1988) English grammar: An outline.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Huddleston, Rodney D.; Pullum, Geoffrey K., eds (2002). TheCambridge grammar of the English language.Cambridge University Press.Huddleston, Rodney D.; Pullum, Geoffrey K. (2005).A studentsintroduction to English grammar.Cambridge University Press.Jespersen, Otto. (1909–1949). A modern English grammar onhistorical principles (Vols. 1-7). Heidelberg: C. Winter.Schibsbye, Knud (1970). A Modern English Grammar: SecondEdition. London: Oxford University Press.
  5. 5. English for Management*Sledd, James. (1959) A short introduction to English grammarChicago: Scott, Foresman.Strang, Barbara M. H. (1968) Modern English structure (2nd ed.)London: Arnold.Thomson, A. J. (Audrey Jean); Martinet, A. V. (Agnes V.) (1986). Apractical English grammar:Fourth Edition. Oxford University Press.Pm. Yota Chaiworamankul (Payutto),Tel.034326912 ,Mobile0820529790, Email: Yota_b26@hotmail.com 51/2 M.5 Wat Raikhing,Sampran, Nakhonpathom 73210

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