EU Institutions (Az EU intézményei) in spring 2015
Tiboldi Tímea, Tue 12:00–13:30, R 422, host: DEAL (R306)
3-credit seminar, 30 h/term; strong prereq: ANG-001
description & set texts
This main aim of this course is to provide students with a background into the current trends in the EU and EU institutions. The secondary aim of the course is to improve students’ integrated language skills using articles, texts and audio-visual materials in connection with the EU. Students are expected to give small group presentations based on one of the topics or issues dealt with in class. Furthermore, students are expected to read EU documents/ or news items about the EU on a weekly basis and prepare the summaries of these readings on a weekly basis. Discussion and debate will also form a significant part of the course.
requirements & assessment
Assessment will be based on in-class participation, home assignments, vocabulary test, presentation and home paper.