The objectives of the course in “Cultural Heritage” includes the broadening of knowledge of a foreign European language. The main objective is to lead students to a B1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Students must be able to understand concepts of a simple discourse on familiar topics, understand written texts on everyday life and work, communicate in a sufficiently spontaneous and natural way on simple topics (for example, students must be able to describe a place, a person, a picture, to exchange information, and to talk about themselves, etc.) and interact in a context of everyday life. Finally, students must be able to write simple texts on well-known topics, letters and personal opinions. The course will prepare students for the Cambridge Certificate Examination (PET B1).
At the end of the course students must be able to use the English language according to the B1 level of competence.
Students must acquire the necessary skills in order to be able to express themselves clearly and correctly.
Students must be able to communicate with sufficient awareness on a range of topics such as everyday life and personal experiences.