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Curriculum framework for the specialization in English Philology

1. A General education courses








Subject name: Physical Education

ECTS credits: 0

Instructor: mgr Edyta Lisiecka, mgr Małgorzata Kosicka, mgr Marek Lubiszewski

Subject status: obligatory

Form of teaching: laboratories 60 h full-time studies

Year of study: I

Semester: I, II

Total time quantity: 60 h




Teaching Objective:

Systematic enhancement of students' health and agility in accordance with their physical and health ability.

Systematic enhancement of physical health, adherence to hygienic habits, teaching active relaxation.

A full use of the institution's potential in the development of the students' physical skills.

Topics and issues:

Methods and tactics in group games.

Exercises to music: aerobics, dance.

Fitness training.

Active games indoors and outdoors.

General exercises developing harmonious psychomotor skills.

Sources:

K. Górna, W. Garbaciak, Kultura fizyczna w szkole

R. Trześniowski, Gry i zabawy ruchowe

H. Skrobak, Przewodnik do ćwiczeń z piłki siatkowej

A. Jopkiewicz, Mini gry sportowe dla najmłodszych

Cz. Sieniek, Sport całego życia







Subject Name: Latin Language Course

ECTS Credits: FT 2 / PT 3

Lecturer: mgr Beata Kawczyńska

Subject status: obligatory

Form of classes: laboratories

Year of studies: I

Semester: I

Total number of hours: 15



Aim of the classes:

Developing general language skills. Familiarizing students with the rules of reading and stressing texts. The grammar as a system that rules the language. Familiarizing students with the basics of the Latin grammar - Latin declension and conjugation. Familiarizing students with basic Latin vocabulary, phrases and expressions. Taking simple tests on Latin. Parts of speech. The rules that decide which word belongs to which inflection system. Theoretical and working knowledge about the Latin verb paradigms. The usefulness of the Latin while learning modern languages.

Latin’s lexical influence on the English language.


Issues and topics:

The origins of the Latin language. Latin’s influence on European languages, particularly on the English language. Rules of reading and stressing. Practicing fluency in reading. Latin verbs - types of the conjugation. Regular verbs - conjugation in Praesens activi. Auxiliary verb "to be" in Praesens activi. Imperative Mood. Latin I and II declension. Case inflection of nouns for person. Case inflection of adjectives, personal and possessive pronouns. Imperfect tenses: Four conjugations of Futurum I and

Imperfectum activi and auxiliary verb "to be". The correct usage of Latin sentences and expressions.


Sources:

S. Wilczyński, E. Pobiedzińska, A. Jaworska, Porta Latina. J. Wikarjak, Gramatyka opisowa języka łacińskiego.

Materiały dydaktyczno-metodyczne dla nauczycieli.




SUBJECTS STATUS: ELECTIVE





Subject name: History of Philosophy

ECTS credits: 2

Lecturer: dr Z.Zgoda

Subject status: elective

Form of teaching: lecture

Year of study: I

Semester: I

Total time quantity: FT 30 h / PT 15 h




Objective:

Introduction to the main strands in philosophy in their ontological, epistemological, ethical, political and social aspects. The course includes:

  • introduction to the most important philosophical concepts (antiquity – modern times)

  • presentation of classic philosophical works

  • mastering the background philosophical knowledge

  • preparing students for theoretical work

  • text analysis




Topics and issues:

  1. origins of philosophy

  2. philosophical perspectives and approaches

  3. history of philosophy

  4. monic, dualist and pluralist systems

  5. basic assumptions of epistemology

  6. materialism and idealism

  7. empirism and rationalism

  8. political philosophy


Sources:

Ajdukiewicz K., Zagadnienia i kierunki filozofii. Warszawa 2002.

E. Martens, H. Schnädelbach, red. Filozofia. Podstawowe pytania. Warszawa 1995.

Podstawy filozofii, red. Opara S., Kucner A., Zielewska B., Olsztyn 2003.

Popkin R., Stroll A., Filozofia, Poznań 1994.

Przewodnik po współczesnej filozofii politycznej, red. R. Goodin, Ph. Pettit, Warszawa 1995.

PWN Leksykon. Filozofia, Wyd. Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2000;

Russell B., Problemy filozofii, Wyd, naukowe PWN, Warszawa 1995.

Stróżewski, Ontologia, Kraków 2004.

Tatarkiewicz W., Historia filozofii, t. I-III”, Warszawa (liczne wydania), t. 1-3.




Subject name: Modern History of Poland

Credits: 2

Lecturer: dr H. Malinowska

Subject status: elective

Form of teaching: lecture 30 h

Year of study: I

Semester: I

Total time quantity: 30 h


Objective:

Familiarisation with the major political, social, economic and cultural events and processes in world and Polish history in the 20th century.


Topics and issues:

The aim of this subject is to present the development of the world from the beginning of the 20th century. Main topics are: the periods in history from the end of 19th century; political, economic and cultural development of Poland and the most important European and non-European countries in 20th century; internal and external politics of different countries; system of alliances, territorial conflicts and wars with the consequences they bring; methods of conflict resolution; peaceful co-operation of states.


Sources:

Bazylow L., Historia powszechna 1789-1918, Warszawa 1981.

Czubiński A., Olszewski W., Historia powszechna 1939-1994, Poznań 1995.

Dobrzycki W., Historia stosunków międzynarodowych w czasach nowożytnych, Warszawa 1996. Roszkowski W. A.Albert, Najnowsza historia Polski, Warszawa 2003.

Paczkowski A., Pół wieku dziejów Polski 1939 – 1989, Warszawa 2004.



Subject name: Culture of Media

Credits: 2

Lecturer: dr Mariusz Kuciński

Subject status: elective

Form of teaching: lecture 30 h

Year of study: I

Semester: I

Total time quantity: 30 h


Objective:

A course presenting the state of scholarship on the media and aspects of contemporary culture. Due to the multitude of issues and research approaches to the culture of the media, the course will be divided into thematic blocks, describing the most general issues (theories of communication) and the most detailed problems (analyses of audiovisual messages).

Topics and issues:

Issues of culture of media are an important element of reflection on the contemporary culture - of anthropological, cultural and sociological studies. Contemporary media culture in the context of tradition, cultural heritage and social transformations. Interdisciplinary nature of reflection and studies on culture of media. Analyses and interpretations of an audiovisual message. The course will familiarize students with detailed questions concerning research methodology.

Sources:

A. Appadurai, Nowoczesność bez granic. Kulturowe wymiary globalizacji, Kraków 2005.

Ch. Barker, Studia kulturowe. Teoria i praktyka, Kraków 2005.

J. Baudrillard, Symulakry i symulacja, Warszawa 2005.

N. Carroll, Filozofia horroru albo paradoksy uczuć, Gdańsk 2004.

U. Eco, Dzieło otwarte. Forma i nieokreśloność w poetykach współczesnych, Warszawa 1994.

U. Eco, Semiologia życia codziennego, Warszawa 1996.

A. Gwóźdź, Obrazy i rzeczy. Film między mediami, Kraków 1997.


Subject name: Humane and Social Resources Management

Credits: 2

Lecturer: prof. dr hab. M. Kończal

Subject status: obligatory

Form of teaching: lecture 30 h

Year of study: I

Semester: I

Total time quantity: 30 h


Objective:

The aim of the course is to present the basic concepts of Human Resource Management and Labor-management relations, likewise to introduce the essential tools and strategies of HR in organizations, as well as the main problems and challenges in the field. The course is intended to direct and encourage the students to further enlarge and update their knowledge on the management of HR in organizations, both public and private.


Topics and issues:

1.The functions and aims of human resources management in an organization. 2. Determinants of human resources management. HR strategy and personnel policy. 3.Staffing the organization. Different approaches to staffing. 4. Selecting employees: principles of selection procedures. 5. Training and developing employees. Career management. 6. The role of the trade union in an organization. Labor-management relations. 7. Derecrutation. Unemployment. Counteracting unemployment. 8. Modeling of the work schedule.


Sources:

Kostera M., Zarządzanie personelem, Warszawa 2001.

Pocztowski A., Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi. Zarys problematyki i metod, Warszawa 2003.

Lanz K., Zatrudnianie i zarządzanie personelem, Warszawa 2004.

McKenna E., Beech N., Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Warszawa 2007.


Subject name: Protection of intellectual property

Credits: 1

Lecturer: dr M. Jeleniewski

Subject status: obligatory

Form of teaching: lecture

Year of study: I

Semester: I

Total time quantity: 15


Teaching objectives:

Skilful use of the basic notions of the intellectual property protection. The ability to point out and distinguish three different levels of the protection: global, European and domestic. Understanding the dynamics of European common law concerning intellectual property protection. Students will learn about the most important European judicature concerning intellectual property and the challenges that Poland has to meet as a European Union member.


Topics and issues:

An historic outline of the methods of intellectual property protection in Europe. International and European standards concerning industrial property. International and European standards within the copyright law. WIPO - the structure, competences and range of activities. Intellectual property protection in the WTO. Intellectual property protection in the European Communities. Creating common standards within the intellectual property protection area. The sources of common law. European patent. Intellectual property protection functioning in the single market. Fair competition issues. Internet and intellectual property protection. The development of digital carriers. Internet versus intellectual property protection. Internet and the copyright law. Main issues concerning intellectual property protection in the context of the European integration and globalization.


Sources:

J. Barta, R. Markiewicz, Prawa autorskie i prawa pokrewne, Kraków 2004.

L. Łukaszuk, Prawo własności intelektualnej Wspólnoty i Unii Europejskiej a przedakcesyjne przygotowania Polski, w: E. Haliżak (red.), Polityka zagraniczna i wewnętrzna państwa w procesie integracji europejskiej, Warszawa-Bydgoszcz 2004.

A. Matlak, Prawo autorskie w europejskim prawie wspólnotowym, Kraków 2002

J. Sozański, Własność przemysłowa i intelektualna w Unii Europejskiej, Warszawa-Poznań 2005.





Subject name: Information Technology


ECTS credits: 2

Lecturers: dr hab. inż. Włodzimierz Jabłoński, dr Jerzy Stawicki , dr Daria Sikorska, mgr Sylwia Seroczyńska, mgr inż. Bogdan Żurek,

Subject status: obligatory

Form of teaching: lecture / laboratories

Year of study: I

Semester: I

Total time quantity: 15 h / 15h




Objective:

Teaching students the use of text editors, a spreadsheet, creating data bases and searching for information on the Internet.

Topics and issues:

Computer hardware, basic components, peripheral devices.

Operating systems including Windows: starting the computer, shutting down the system, system restart, using a mouse; the use of icons on the desktop, taskbar.

Basic applications (Windows Explorer, WordPad). Basic operations on a disc: creating directory structures and their deletion. Basic file operations: creating text files, saving them in a directory, copying, moving, renaming. Working with a floppy disc. Word text editor. Working with a text document: opening and saving in a directory, searching for documents, page layout.

Document edition: text layout, toolbars, math editor, spellcheck, use of tabs in the edition of documents, creating headers and footers.

Formatting the document: font, style, paragraphs, inserting objects. Creating tables. A graphic object as an element of the document. Preparing the document for printing. Word special effects (WordArt, textfields, autoshapes).

Excel – basic functions: cells, lines, columns. Function creator. Formula construction. Creating charts: kinds, titles, descriptions and scales of axis, legends. Formatting charts. Database: ordering, searching records. Solving problems with the use of Excel (e.g. linear equations).

The Internet. Internet Explorer: entering websites, WWW (Web). Searching information. Getting in touch with other Internet users (electronic mail). Printing and saving webpages.

Sources:

Czajkowski M., (2001): Poznajmy Internet, Edition 2000, Kraków.

Dec Z., Konieczny M., (2001 ): ABC komputera, Edition 2000, Warszawa.

Jabłoński W., Wacławiak J., Wszelak S. (2002): Komputer i aplikacje użytkowe, Adam

Marszałek, Toruń.

Kowalczyk G. (2000): Excel 2000 PL. Ćwiczenia praktyczne, Helion.

Kowalczyk G. (2000): Word 2000 PL. Ćwiczenia praktyczne, Helion.

Kuciński (1997): Obsługa komputera... krok po kroku, Edition 2000, Kraków.



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