Each of sciences has a definite number of specializations. Find a proof that specializations presented in Table 2 belong to philological sciences.



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Each of sciences has a definite number of specializations. Find a proof that specializations presented in Table 2 belong to philological sciences.



Table 2.

Codes – names of philological specializations
10.01.01 – Belarusian literature; 10.01.02 – Russian literature; 10.01.03 – Foreign literature; 10.01.08 – Theory of literature; Textology; 10.01.09 – Folklore studies; 10.01.10 – Journalism; 10.02.01 – Belarusian language 10.02.02 – Russian language 10.02.03 – Slavic languages 10.02.04 – Germanic languages 10.02.05 – Romanic languages 10.02.19 – Language theory 10.02.20 – Historical, Typological and Contrastive 10.02.21 – Applied and Mathematical Linguistics
 Looking for information and interacting in university space

 

Ñ 4.1. Look through 4 informational texts of the university world (pages …) and match them with the following headlines: Announcement, Office hours of University administration, (Induction) Timetable, Studies program.

INFORMATIONAL TEXTS

№ 1:

…?

Position/Department Room Office hours
Rector Monday –Friday: 8.30-13.00, 14.00-17.15
Post-graduate Department Monday –Friday: 8.30-13.00, 14.00-17.15
Accommodation Department Monday –Friday: 8.30-13.00, 14.00-17.15
Labour and Salary Department Monday –Friday: 8.30-13.00, 14.00-17.15
International Affairs Department Monday –Friday: 8.30-13.00, 14.00-17.15
Personnel Management Department Monday –Friday: 8.30-13.00, 14.00-17.15

№ 2:

…?

St year

St term

 

Code Discipline Credit Points Academic work Credit
  L T S PT Lab Pr  
АНЛI1113 Literature of the antiquity           E
ВЯЗ2113 Introduction into Linguistics       E
СРЯ2113 Contemporary Russian E
КЛЯ1113 Classic languages (Latin, Greek)           C
ВСП2113 Introduction into Specialisation         E
  Optional discipline (S1)              
ИГРI2123 History and Geography of Russia E
ЧЦР2123 Features of Russian Civilization         E
 
  Всего:              
                               

2nd year

3rd term

 

Код Discipline Credit Points Academic work Credit
Санда L T S PT Lab Pr
ИРЯ1113 The Russian language History           E
АЛТV2113 Literary text analysis         E
СРЯ2213 Contemporary Russian     E
СПЯ1213 Seminar on linguistics         E
ЗЛ1113 Foreign Literature (medieval times – part 1 of XIX century.)       E
  Optional discipline (a foreign language)           C
Optional discipline   E
  Total:              
                     

 

L-lectures, T-tutorials, S-seminars, PT-practical training, Lab- laboratory work, PR – practice, E-examination, C - Credit

 

 

…?

№ 3:

UG SOCIOLOGY

 

...? 2009/0

 

Monday 21st – Friday 25th September 2009

Date Time Activity Room
21/09/09 09.00 – 10.00 Registration Levels 3+4 Refectory (University Building)
  10.30 – 11.30 Vice Chancellor’s Speech (optional)   Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre (Tait Building)
  14.30 – 15.30 School of Social Sciences Induction Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre (Tait Building)
  15.30 – 17.00 Reception for all Undergraduate Students Oliver Thompson Theatre Foyer (Tait Building)
       
22/09/09 N/A None – free day N/A
       
23/09/09 09.30 – 12.00 Introduction to the Department of Sociology D111/112/113 (Social Science Building)
  13.00 – 15.00 City Space Inductions D518 (Social Science Building)
       
24/09/09 10.00 – 12.00 Studying Sociology session   D111/112/113 (Social Science Building)
  13.00 – 15.00 Meeting with Personal Tutor / Module Choice selection Various (Social Science Building)
       
25/09/09 10.00-12.00 Language placement test* (optional) D104 (Social Science Building)

 

* On Wednesday morning, you will be divided into groups for an IT session on Wednesday afternoon.

** Please note: If you are considering taking a language as an optional module, you will need to attend a placement test to assess your level of competence. These take place between 10.00 and 12.00 on Friday, 25th September in Room D104, Social Sciences Building.

 

All First Year Students are expected to attend EVERY session on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

http://www.city.ac.uk/social/dps/2009-2010/BSc%20Sociology%20induction%20schedules.doc.

№ 4: …?

Folk Theatre of the University is looking for talents!   If you want to know more about song and dance culture of your country, learn to dance and sing and see the world with the theatre, join us! Enrollment on Fridays, 6.00-7.30 pm, the main building, Room 123


Ñ 4.2. Which of informational texts from task 4.1. you need, if:

· you want to find your friend on Wednesday at 2 p.m. and you know that he must be studying at that time at the university;

· you want to join your university theater (debate club, etc).

· you want to become a dormitory resident;

· you are a 2nd year student and want to know how many subjects (courses) you can choose on your own;

· you want to know how many credits you’ll get for the elective course.

 

14.3. Get acquainted with the study program of your specialization and make a list of subjects which you study this academic year.

14.4. Write down in English your timetable.



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