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Decode English for JNTU-H 18 Course (I - I - EEE/CSE/IT - EN105HS)

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UNIT - I
‘The Raman Effect’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary Building : The Concept of Word Formation -The Use of Prefixes and Suffixes.
Grammar : Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Articles and Prepositions.
Reading : Reading and Its Importance - Techniques for Effective Reading.
Basic Writing Skills : Sentence Structures - Use of Phrases and Clauses in Sentences- Importance of Proper Punctuation- Techniques for writing precisely - Paragraph writing - Types, Structures and Features of a Paragraph - Creating Coherence-Organizing Principles of Paragraphs in Documents. (Chapter - 1)
UNIT - II
‘Ancient Architecture in India’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Synonyms and Antonyms.
Grammar : Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Noun-pronoun Agreement and Subject-verb Agreement.
Reading : Improving Comprehension Skills - Techniques for Good Comprehension.
Writing : Format of a Formal Letter-Writing Formal Letters E.g., Letter of Complaint, Letter of Requisition, Job Application with Resume (Chapter - 2)
UNIT - III
‘Blue Jeans’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Acquaintance with Prefixes and Suffixes from Foreign Languages in English to form Derivatives-Words from Foreign Languages and their Use in English.
Grammar : Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Misplaced Modifiers and Tenses. Reading : Sub-skills of Reading- Skimming and Scanning.
Writing : Nature and Style of Sensible Writing- Defining- Describing Objects, Places and Events - Classifying - Providing Examples or Evidence (Chapter - 3)
UNIT - IV
‘What Should You Be Eating’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Standard Abbreviations in English.
Grammar : Redundancies and Clichés in Oral and Written Communication.
Reading : Comprehension- Intensive Reading and Extensive Reading.
Writing : Writing Practices - Writing Introduction and Conclusion - Essay Writing-Précis Writing.
(Chapter - 4)
UNIT - V
‘How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Technical Vocabulary and their usage.
Grammar : Common Errors in English.
Reading : Reading Comprehension-Exercises for Practice.
Writing : Technical Reports - Introduction - Characteristics of a Report - Categories of Reports.
Formats- Structure of Reports (Manuscript Format) -Types of Reports - Writing a Report (Chapter - 5).

 

UNIT - I
‘The Raman Effect’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary Building : The Concept of Word Formation -The Use of Prefixes and Suffixes.
Grammar : Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Articles and Prepositions.
Reading : Reading and Its Importance - Techniques for Effective Reading.
Basic Writing Skills : Sentence Structures - Use of Phrases and Clauses in Sentences- Importance of Proper Punctuation- Techniques for writing precisely - Paragraph writing - Types, Structures and Features of a Paragraph - Creating Coherence-Organizing Principles of Paragraphs in Documents. (Chapter - 1)
UNIT - II
‘Ancient Architecture in India’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Synonyms and Antonyms.
Grammar : Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Noun-pronoun Agreement and Subject-verb Agreement.
Reading : Improving Comprehension Skills - Techniques for Good Comprehension.
Writing : Format of a Formal Letter-Writing Formal Letters E.g., Letter of Complaint, Letter of Requisition, Job Application with Resume (Chapter - 2)
UNIT - III
‘Blue Jeans’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Acquaintance with Prefixes and Suffixes from Foreign Languages in English to form Derivatives-Words from Foreign Languages and their Use in English.
Grammar : Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Misplaced Modifiers and Tenses. Reading : Sub-skills of Reading- Skimming and Scanning.
Writing : Nature and Style of Sensible Writing- Defining- Describing Objects, Places and Events - Classifying - Providing Examples or Evidence (Chapter - 3)
UNIT - IV
‘What Should You Be Eating’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Standard Abbreviations in English.
Grammar : Redundancies and Clichés in Oral and Written Communication.
Reading : Comprehension- Intensive Reading and Extensive Reading.
Writing : Writing Practices - Writing Introduction and Conclusion - Essay Writing-Précis Writing.
(Chapter - 4)
UNIT - V
‘How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary : Technical Vocabulary and their usage.
Grammar : Common Errors in English.
Reading : Reading Comprehension-Exercises for Practice.
Writing : Technical Reports - Introduction - Characteristics of a Report - Categories of Reports.
Formats- Structure of Reports (Manuscript Format) -Types of Reports - Writing a Report (Chapter - 5).

 

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