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Educational Alternatives, Volume 12, 2014

THE IMPORTANCE OF NEW CONCEPT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHNG AT FACULTY OF PHARMACY DEPENDING ON COMPATIBILITY WITH TRENDS IN OTHER COUNTRIES
Viera Žufková, Darina Kližanová, Michal Vivoda, Ján Kyselovič
Pages: 357-365
Published: 25 Sep 2014
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Abstract: Syllabi of Academic English Language Preparation at the Faculty of Pharmacy (hereinafter FaPhCU) provide mastering of pharmaceutical terminology in English. The article presents the need and importance to consider the professional orientation of teaching pharmaceutical English on international level and the need of better and more effective communication with other departments to establish cross-curriculum relations in comparison with other non-English speaking countries. In the Czech Republic (Brno) at the Faculty of Pharmacy the English language is provided for the students of the 2nd academic year (FaF VFU Brno, 2014). The method of our research was the questionnaire followed by the analysis of current situation in the Academic English Language Preparation at FaPhCU. Creating a new concept of teaching English will contribute to the knowledge of English language teaching and thus draw the attention to the importance of mastering English on professional level.
Keywords: curriculum, english language, pharmacy, student, teacher, terminology
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