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National University

of Computer & Emerging Sciences


Course Outlines of BS(TE & CE) Degree Program

Course Instructor Ms. Asima Ahmad Semester Fall
Batch/Section(s) Year 2009
Course Title English Language Credit Hours 3+1
Prerequisite(s) None

Reference Book(s)
1.Title of Book A Textbook of English Prose and Structure, Topi, 2000.
Author(s) Khattak, Arif, et al, Publisher GIK Institute

Course Descriptions:
This course is designed to develop skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing, and studying
communicative functions of the target language. Emphasis is on skill acquisition through the use of
select reading material from different banks of authentic and non-authentic texts. Through
understanding the global, interrelational nature of skills, students are enabled to retain and apply what
they have learnt. It will also orient students to the semantic and socio/psycho-linguistic dynamics of

Course Objective:
The course will acquaint students with more concise, lucid, and correct expression of English; to
provide model forms of communication skills with special stress on phonetics and phonology. The aims
are to: achieve proficiency in language use, develop skills in listening comprehension, improve reading
efficiency, use the conventions of standard written English with skill and assurance, build-up
vocabulary, and summarize clearly and accurately the ideas of others etc. It will illustrate the force and
effectiveness of simple and direct English. The course is intended to be interesting in itself.

Grading Criteria:

Marks Distribution:
Particulars % Marks Planned Quizzes and Assignment:
1. Lab. Component 10 %
2. Quizzes 5 % Less than 5 :<5
3. Assignments 5 % More than 5 and less than 10 : >5 & <10
4. Class Performance 5 % More than 10 : >10
5. Oral Presentation 5 %
6. Mid-Terms 20 %
7. Final Exam 50 %
Weeks Contents/Topics
Total:- 100
Week-01 Introduction to the course; Outline of program; Orientation activities;
Communication; Language skills; Speaking Skills.
Speaking skills activities; Writing activities; Punctuations;
Lab. Component (Listening).

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Reading comprehension; Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology; Spelling and
Pronunciations; Lab. Component (Listening).
Reading Comprehension; Jumbled stories; Presentation skills;
Lab. Component (Listening).
Writing Process; Paragraph Writing; Topic Sentence and Supporting Details;
Subject-Verb agreement; Lab. Component (Listening).
Reading Comprehension; Techniques for generating ideas; Lab. Component
Creative Writing; Speaking skills activities; Reading for gist; Lab. Component
Speaking skills activities; Reading for specific information; Writing activities; Lab.
Component (Listening).
Machines and the Emotions; Cloze Test; Lab. Component (Listening).
Précis writing; Reading skill activities; Lab. Component (Listening).
Interview skills; Picture stories; Lab. Component (Listening).
Logic: Love is a Fallacy; Speaking skills activities; Lab. Component (Listening).
Reading comprehension; Lab. Component (Listening).
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations

Instructions / Suggestions for satisfactory progress in this course:

• On average, most students find at least three hours outside of class for each class hour necessary for satisfactory
• Chapters should be read and homework should be attempted before class.
• Do not get behind. You are encouraged to work with other students. Plus, I am always available during office
hours to help you.
• The homework assigned is a minimum. You may always work extra hours on your own.
• Use the few minutes you usually have before the start of each class to review the prior meetings’ notes and
homework. This will save us valuable in-class time to work on new material.
• Develop a learning habit rather than memorizing.
• Work in groups, whenever appropriate.
• Apply the learned principles and gained knowledge.
• Be creative in thinking.

Signature: _________________________ Date: ___________________

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