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0704-f1ENG3W-BA Course page

The aims of the Bachelor Seminar are:

-) to develop skills connected with the choice of field of study;

-) to develop the ability of writing a bachelor's thesis in agreement with the requirements for this type of work;

-) to develop the knowledge and academic skills in accordance with the field of study of the particular seminar group

0704-f1ENG3W-PE Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS6 Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS-ITL Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS4 Course page

The seminar will introduce basic terminology related to localization, illustrate the organization of the process, and provide examples of typical issues in English-Polish localization. The extent of practical tasks is subject to computer availability.

0704-f1ENG3W-SS3 Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS-PCL Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS-RWAP Course page

Reading and writing of American poetry

The seminar focuses on the experience of reading and writing American poetry. A selection of poems from the 19th to the 21st cent. will be explored in class in the context of social and literary history. We will also address reception and translation of American poetry and try to “unlock the poet within.” We will seek to invite contemporary poets to share their work and comment on poetry writing.

0704-f1ENG3W-SS7 Course page

During the seminar, selected works of literature and culture will be analysed and interpreted from not only theoretical and literary perspectives but also with the application of editorial approaches and practices. Examples of poems, novels, short stories and plays, as well as their adaptations and translations will be discussed in the context of the connection between literature, culture, and editing.

0704-f1ENG3W-SS-STAO Course page

(in Polish) The seminar presents the work of William Shakespeare from a variety of perspectives (theatrical, film, literary, translation). Focusing on Othello, the students will discover the richness of possible interpretations of the play and its influence on European and American culture.

0704-f1ENG3W-SS-B Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS5 Course page
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0704-f1ENG3W-SS1 Course page

The course aims to introduce issues connected with the use of language corpora in linguistic research. In the course, the students will familiarize themselves with the properties and functionalities of language corpora. The students will have an opportunity to carry out their own search queries.

0704-f1ENG3W-SS-WEBS Course page

This course is devoted to the topic of nonverbal communication. It aims at making students familiar with a range of approaches in nonverbal studies and interaction studies, and at making students capable of analysing nonverbal signals and cues displayed by others as well as by themselves.

0704-f1ENG3W-TLSP Course page
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