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1 ENGLISH GRAMMAR 1 Learning foreign languages enables students to unfold themselves and mature, to learn about other cultures, to communicate and share information with people from other cultures, to expand linguistic horizon and to form a common language and culture skills. Through the learning foreign languages students develop the necessary cultural and linguistic communication. To fluently use a foreign language it is necessary to have the linguistic competences, such as communicative linguistic, grammatical writing and ordinary spoken English. Grammar knowledge is grammatical resources and the ability to use them, which is particularly important to study Business English (Translations). 1. Present and past tenses 2. Future tenses 3. Modals, If and wish 4. Passive voice 5. Reported speech 6. Questions and auxiliary verbs 7. -ing and the infinitive ENGLISH GRAMMAR 2 Learning foreign languages enables students to unfold themselves and mature, to learn about other cultures, to communicate and share information with people from other cultures, to expand linguistic horizon and to form a common language and culture skills. Through the learning foreign languages students develop the necessary cultural and linguistic communication. To fluently use a foreign language it is necessary to have the linguistic competences, such as communicative linguistic, grammatical writing and ordinary spoken English. Grammar knowledge is grammatical resources and the ability to use them, which is particularly important to study Business English (Translations). 1. Articles and nouns 2. Pronouns and determiners 3. Relative clause 4. Adjectives and adverbs 5. Conjunctions and prepositions 6. Prepositions 7. Phrasal verbs ENGLISH GRAMMAR PRACTICE Learning foreign languages enables students to unfold themselves and mature, to learn about other cultures, to communicate and share information with people from other cultures, to expand linguistic horizon and to form a common language and culture skills. Through the learning foreign languages students develop the necessary cultural and linguistic communication. To fluently use a foreign language it is necessary to have the linguistic competences, such as communicative linguistic, grammatical writing and ordinary spoken English. Grammar practice is grammatical resources and the ability to use them practically, which is particularly important studying Business English (Translations). 1 Present and past tenses: exercises 2 Future tenses: exercises 3 Modals, If and wish: exercises 4 Passive voice: exercises 5 Reported speech: exercises 6 Questions and auxiliary verbs: exercises 7 -ing and the infinitive: exercises 8 Articles and nouns: exercises 9 Pronouns and determiners: exercises 10 Relative clause: exercises 11 Adjectives and adverbs: exercises 12 Conjunctions and prepositions: exercises 13 Prepositions: exercises

2 14 Phrasal verbs: exercises BUSINESS ENGLISH Learning Business English enables students to unfold themselves and mature, to learn about other business cultures, to communicate and share information with people from other countries, to expand business horizon and to form a common language and culture skills. Through the learning Business English language students develop the necessary cultural and linguistic communication in the business world. To fluently use business English language it is necessary to have the linguistic competences, such as communicative linguistic, grammatical writing and ordinary spoken English. Business English knowledge is business basics resources and the ability to use them, which is particularly important to study Business English (Translations). Communication: What makes a good communicator? Internal communication in a company. Dealing with 1. communication breakdowns. Improving communication in a global company. International marketing: Discussion of international brands. Coffee culture. Brainstorming. Creating a global 2. brand: reposition a sports drink for the global market. Building relationships: Discussion of business relationships. Chinese business culture. Networking. Discussing 3. ways to promote customer loyalty. Success: Comparing similarities and differences between two companies. An interview with the founder of a 4. successful business. Negotiation. Negotiating a sponsorship deal for a football team. Job satisfaction: An interview with the Human Resources Director of a large company. Handling difficult 5. situations. A policy on close relationships at work. Risk: Discussion of everyday risk and risk in business. Planning for the future. An interview with the Chief Executive of a risk management company. Considering options to improve a car manufacturing company s 6. profits. 7. Revision: Presentation of the project works. Preparation for the examination. BUSINESS ENGLISH PRACTICE Business English Practice enables students to unfold themselves and mature, to learn about the business world, to communicate and share information with business people, to expand business horizon and to form a common language and culture skills. Through Business English Practice the students will develop the necessary cultural and linguistic communication in the business world, will apply gained knowledge in practice. Business English Practice is the introduction to the business world, visiting the international companies, meeting the successful business people, listening their stories and getting answers to the relevant questions. Communication: Internal communication in a company. Visit to the international company. Self-work: 1. Improving communication in a global company. International marketing: Discussion of international brands. Lecture of a visiting businessman about successful 2. business. 3. Building relationships: Discussion of business relationships. Self-work: case study. Success: Discussion about successful companies. Self-work: An interview with the founder of a successful 4. business. 5. Job satisfaction: Handling difficult situations. Teamwork: case study. 6. Risk: Discussion of everyday risk and risk in business. Self-work: risk assessment and insurance. 7. Revision: Presentation of self-work. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT The purpose of the program "International Business Management" is to provide the scientific basis to know the dynamic international business environment and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the international business management practices, as well as to train specialists who are able to develop international businesses, to understand international business development and development patterns and relations with management, economics, law, to analyze the international environment and the international market, to plan and prepare for international business strategies, to assess economic and corporate governance processes, changes in business innovation, to seek solutions in a constantly changing international business environment and realize them.

3 1. Introduction to international business. 2. International business content. 3. International business development. 4. International business in the form of international trade. 5. Lithuanian foreign trade. 6. International business environment: economic and political. 7. International business environment: legal and ecological. 8. International business environment: demographic and technological. 9. International business environment: competitive and cultural. 10. International business in the form of strategic alliances. 11. International business control. 12. Revision. presentation of individual work. Preparation for the exam. PHILOSOPHY During the course, problematics of philosophy origins and significance is being discussed. Introducing the logo centric and pluralistic reasoning systems the ideology and simulative discourse is analysed. The overview of distinction and correlation between logical and mythical mind together with its magnitude in the history of ideas. The invention of contemporary man, phenomenology. The presentation of critical schools methodology: F. Nietzsche, psychoanalysis. The reflection of present thinking preconditions. 1. Origins and significance of philosophy 2. Being and becoming: Parmenides and Heraclitus 3. Ideology and simulation: Platonism and J. Baudrillard 4. Logical ontology: Aristotelianism and scholasticism 5. Western mystical thought 6. Humanistic revolution: the enlightenment of modern man 7. The search for an epistemological method 8. Transcendental idealism: I. Kant and G.W.F.Hegel 9. Critical school of F.Nietzsche 10. Psychoanalysis: S.Freud and C.G.Jung 11. Phenomenology: E.Husserl and M.Heidegger 12. Contemporary philosophy INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES The subject of Information Technologies is made for the students with practical computing skills acquired at the secondary school. While studying the information technologies a student will develop the problem detecting skills and will foresee the ways of their salvation, he/she will learn how to manage and interpret information; apply the integrated information management in to the learning process. Will be able to search for information in the global data bases, to apply the computer literacy skills for text documents or the written report s preparation, for laying the advertising and educational material. Will learn how to work with numerical data, apply the graphic data presentation ways, get to know the peculiarities of the types of diagrams, and additionally will learn to create and control the data base. Students will know how to prepare a visual report meeting the main requirements of presentation. The acquired knowledge and experience will be applied for the further subjects studies which will allow collecting skills for the future and even more computerised practical activity as the computer literacy is becoming one of the most important abilities. 1. Common knowledge on Information Technologies (IT) computer s operational system, systematic and applied software, net (local, global). 2. Actions with main objects of Windows OS. Windows Explorer. Compression of files and folders. 3. Internet. Work with Internet Explorer. Search for information. Work with documents. .

4 4. Text editors purpose, possibilities of application, scripts, objects, styles, team work, relation to other programmes and internet. 5. Spreadsheets - purpose, possibilities of application, navigation, data formats,, functions, formulas, diagrams, tools of data analysis, sorting of data, filtration, etc. 6. Data bases purpose, possibilities of application, main concepts, data formats, functions, forms, inquiries, reports. 7. Presentations. Creation of presentation elements, copying of objects, transferring and deleting, drawing, effects of showing. PHONETICS OF ENGLISH This course is an introduction to the analysis and description of speech sounds and their systematic use in spoken language, together with grounding in practical skills. The course focuses on segmental and suprasegmental phonetics and aspects of connected speech. The course aims at developing students linguistic competence, critical and analytical thinking. It helps students to identify their own pronunciation errors, systematically develop the skills of pronunciation and avoid the interference of the native language. By the end of the course students will have acquired theoretical and practical knowledge of phonetic phenomena, will be able to transcribe texts and read transcriptions. Introduction to the Subject. The Role of Pronunciation in Communication. Defining Phonetics and 1. Phonology 2. Varieties of English. Standard English. Received Pronunciation. Global English 3. English Phonemes. The International Phonetic Alphabet. Phonemic Transcription. 4. The Classification of Speech Sounds 5. Vowels (short, long). Monophthongs, Diphthongs and Triphthongs 6. Consonants (plosives, fricatives, affricates, nasals, approximants) 7. Revision. MID TERM 8. The Production of Speech Sounds. The Articulators 9. The Syllable and its Structure. Word Stress 10. Strong and Weak Forms. Sentence Stress. Rhythm 11. Connected Speech. Assimilation, Elision, Linking, Intrusion, Contractions 12. Intonation, Its Functions 13. Tone Units. Pitch Possibilities 14. Students Presentations RHETORIC Students are taught to understand the principles of the creation and spread of the rhetoric, to use the effective rhetorical means. They are trained to adjust cross-cultural differences, learned to apply ethics and etiquette in business communication. Students are gained skills of presentation contents development and its presentation according the requirements of rhetoric. They are used to differences of rhetoric in various fields of organizational activities and are able to use research literature for researching problems of communication and rhetoric in organizations. 1. History of rhetoric. 2. Rhetoric and its usage in modern communication 3. Principles of rhetorical texts creation and communication. 4. Types of communication messages and their development 5. Orator s verbal and non-verbal communication 6. Peculiarities of monolog and dialog 7. Influential and instrumental language power in the political rhetoric. 8. Visualization of communication message and modern IT usage 9. Presentation and management of the audience 10. Ethics and mistakes in business communication 11. Etiquette, its elements and role in business communication 12. Peculiarities of communication and rhetoric in different field of organizational activities

5 STYLISTICS OF ENGLISH This course aims to provide an instruction to the study of different styles and to develop an insight to the main figures of speech. It exposes students to analysis of functional styles in English. Students will gain knowledge about the stylistic variation of modern English, will be able to use a range of stylistic terminology, to identify and stylistically assess different language levels (lexical, phonetic, and syntactical). 1. The Concept of Style. The Object of Stylistics 2. Functional Styles in English. Elocution 3. Style in Literature. Text Type and Style 4. Narrative stylistics. Style and Point of View 5. Figures of Speech (Stylistic Devices). Classification of Stylistic Devices 5. Phonetic, Rhythmic and Graphic Stylistic Devices 6. Morphemic Stylistic Devices 7. Stylistics and Word Meaning; Lexico-semantic Stylistic Devices 9. Metaphor and Metonymy 10. Syntactical Stylistic Devices INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION Students acquire basic knowledge in intercultural communication, practically applying it which provides them with intercultural communication competence and, consequently, enables career planning in an intercultural context. Learners know seminal theories and concepts, investigate own and foreign cultures. They use relevant verbal, non-verbal, and technological means along the context of cultural dimensions. Analyzing major challenges on an individual, group, and organizational level, arising dealing with representatives of varied cultures, students are able to solve problems of intercultural communication effectively. 1. Theoretical Aspects of Culture and Intercultural Communication 2. Impact of culture and intercultural communication upon international business and global communication 3. Factors determining effective intercultural communication 4. Cultural dimensions 5. Concept, process, and models of intercultural communication 6. Ethics and etiquette in intercultural communication 7. Verbal and non-verbal codes of intercultural communication 8. Perception and point-of-view disparities 9. Dealing with cultural stereotypes and prejudice 10. Intercultural sensitivity in the context of contemporary leadership 11. Ethnocentrism 12. Intercultural communication competence of an individual THEORY OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES The course aims at providing knowledge and understanding about academic, business, legal English, English for science and technology, etc. as branches of English for Specific Purposes. The course integrates the studies of linguistics, language for academic and professional purposes and different disciplines in which the special language is used. Students are acquainted with a text structure, different types and functions of texts, the concepts of coherence and cohesion. Genre analysis aimed at characterizing typical and conventional aspects and structural elements of any genre-specific text is introduced. It helps the students to enhance their ability of understanding and proper production of non-literary texts. 1. EGP vs. ESP. The Concept of Special language 2. Types of ESP. Horizontal and vertical division of LSP 3. Development of Special Registers in English. Register analysis 4. Notion of Genre. Genre Analysis 5. Definition of Text. Text Types 6. Text Functions

6 7. Coherence. Cohesion 8. Specific Features of Academic English 9. Specific Features of Business English (sales promotion letters, job applications, etc.) 10. Specific Features of Legal English (legislative provisions, legal cases) 11. Specific Features of Political Discourse in English 12. Specific Features of Journalistic Discourse in English Specific Features of English for Science and Technology (EST) Specific Features of Military English 15. Specific Features of Medical English BASICS ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT Subject is designed for students of Business program in English. While studying the subject students will absorb the concept of management science, main categories, features and principles. The subject will provide knowledge about the development of management science and practice from ancient civilizations to the present day. After hearing the subject matter students will acquire the ability to understand the social organization as a control object and key management functions in its activities and to analyze its environment. Ability to apply the managerial decision-making methods in groups, solving managerial problems. While studying the economic fundamentals, students learn about the essence and development of economics as a science, perceived economic fundamentals as well as get acquainted with the market mechanism, and its production factors. 1. Introduction to Management 2. Management theories 3. Organizational culture and the environment 4. Management function PLANNING 5. Management function: ORGANIZATION 6. Management function: MANAGEMENT 7. Management function: CONTROL 8. Management decision-making 9. Economic research value and benefits 10. Basic economic laws 11. The market mechanism. Production and its factors 12. Labor and capital 13. Money. Banks. tax system TRANSLATION THEORIES The aim of the course is to provide the basics of the translation theory. The students gain knowledge about the main trends of the translation theory, translation models and types. They are able to solve problems of translation with reference to methodology. When dealing with the methodological issues of translation, students improve the knowledge and skills acquired and learn from reflecting on the experience gathered in the context of the contemporary science of translation. 1. Development of idea of translation in Europe. 2. The key concept of equivalence. 3. E. Nida - fundator of science of translation. 4. Linguistic theories of translation, their notions and statements. 5. Translation theory of Correspondence. 6. Situational theory of translation, types and sorts of transformations. 7. Sociolinguistic theory of translation 8. Communicative theory of translation, its concepts and possibilities of application 9. Skopos translation theory and functional attitude towards translation.

7 10. Pragmatic attitude towards translation, application of translation strategies. 11. Interpretative theory of translation, solution of the problem of hermeneutic impossibility to translate. 12. Corpora in translation research.

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