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English (JNTU-K) R20

English (JNTU-K) R20

Published by SIA Publishers and Distributors (P) Ltd.

Course Code : B.Tech I-I (COMMON) R20
ISBN : 9700112234076
Author : SIA PUBLISHERS
University : JNTU Kakinada
Regulation : 2021
Categories : Engineering
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SYLLABUS

UNIT-1

Lesson-1 : A Drawer Full of Happiness from “Infotech English”. Lesson-2 : Deliverance by Premchand from “The Individual and Society”. Listening : Listening to short audio texts and identifying the topic. Listening to short audio texts and identifying the context and specific pieces of information to answer a series of questions both in speaking and writing. Speaking : Asking and answering general questions on familiar topics such as home, family, work, studies and interests. Self introductions and introducing others. Reading : Skimming text to get the main idea. Scanning to look for specific pieces of information. Reading for Writing : Paragraph writing (specific topics) using suitable cohesive devices ; linkers, sign posts and transition signals ; mechanics of writing - punctuation, capital letters. Vocabulary : Technical vocabulary from across technical branches (20) GRE Vocabulary (20) (Antonyms and Synonyms, Word applications) Verbal reasoning and sequencing of words. Grammar : Content words and function words ; word forms : verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs ; nouns : countables and uncountables ; singular and plural ; basic sentence structures ; simple question form - wh-questions ; word order in sentences. Pronunciation : Vowels, Consonants, Plural markers and their realizations.

UNIT-2

Lesson-1 : Nehru’s Letter to His Daughter Indira on Her Birthday from “Infotech English”. Lesson-2 : Bosom Friend by Hira Bansode from “The Individual and Society”. Listening : Answering a series of questions about main idea and supporting ideas after listening to audio texts, both in speaking and writing. Speaking : Discussion in pairs / small groups on specific topics followed by short structured talks. Functional English : Greetings and leave takings. Reading : Identifying sequence of ideas ; recognizing verbal techniques that help to link the ideas in a paragraph together. Reading for Writing : Summarizing - identifying main idea/s and rephrasing what is read ; avoiding redundancies and repetitions. Vocabulary : Technical vocabulary from across technical branches (20 words). GRE Vocabulary Analogies (20 words) (Antonyms and Synonyms, Word applications) Grammar : Use of articles and zero article ; prepositions. Pronunciation : Past tense markers, word stress-di-syllabic words.

UNIT-3

Lesson-1 : Stephen Hawking - Positivity ‘Benchmark’ from “Infotech English”. Lesson-2 : Shakespeare’s Sister by Virginia Woolf from “The Individual and Society”. Listening : Listening for global comprehension and summarizing what is listened to, both in speaking and writing. Syllabus Speaking : Discussing specific topics in pairs or small groups and reporting what is discussed. Functional English : Complaining and Apologizing. Reading : Reading a text in detail by making basic inferences - recognizing and interpreting specific context clues ; strategies to use text clues for comprehension. Critical reading. Reading for Writing : Summarizing - identifying main idea/s and rephrasing what is read ; avoiding redundancies and repetitions. Letter writing - types, format and principles of letter writing. E-mail etiquette, Writing CV’s. Vocabulary : Technical vocabulary from across technical branches (20 words). GRE Vocabulary (20 words) (Antonyms and Synonyms, Word applications) Association, sequencing of words Grammar : Verbs - tenses ; subject-verb agreement ; direct and indirect speech, reporting verbs for academic purposes. Pronunciation : word stress - poly-syllabic words.

UNIT-4

Lesson-1 : Liking a Tree, Unbowed : Wangari Maathai - biography from “Infotech English”. Lesson-2 : Telephone Conversation - Wole Soyinka from “The Individual and Society”. Listening : Making predictions while listening to conversations / transactional dialogues without video (only audio) ; listening to audio-visual texts. Speaking : Role plays for practice of conversational English in academic contexts (formal and informal) - asking for and giving information / directions. Functional English : Permissions, Requesting, Inviting. Reading : Studying the use of graphic elements in texts to convey information. Reveal trends / patterns / relationships, communicative process or display complicated data. Reading for Writing : Information transfer, describe, compare, contrast, identify significance / trends based on information provided in figures / charts / graphs / tables. Writing SOP, writing for media. Vocabulary : Technical vocabulary from across technical branches (20 words) GRE Vocabulary (20 words) (Antonyms and Synonyms, Word applications) Cloze Encounters. Grammar : Quantifying expressions - adjectives and adverbs ; comparing and contrasting ; degrees of comparison ; use of antonyms Pronunciation : Contrastive Stress

UNIT-5

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Note : English / Communicative English, B.Tech I-Year I-Sem (R20) Common to All Branches, JNTU-Kakinada, Latest 2021 Edition

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