English for Mechanical Engineering. Student’s Book

ISBN: 978-606-28-0063-5

DOI: 10.5682/9786062800635

Publisher year: 2014

Edition: I

Pages: 100

Publisher: Editura Universitară

Author:

Ionela Ioniţiu
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So far I’ve learnt that an interactive teaching/ learning activity that will value my students’ interventions should focus on creating a scientific context that would stimulate the debates within my ESP seminars and lectures.

One of the aims of these projects has been to develop materials both for testing the second language competence of mechanical and maritime engineers and for teaching them the language that they require for their professional certification. I do not assume that my users will have an indepth knowledge of mechanical and maritime engineering matters. Therefore, the units have been devised to help students improve their knowledge and use of English in an engineering environment. Each unit covers vocabulary related to a certain topic area- ranging from basic maritime and mechanical engineering vocabulary to conversations on board, safety at work, types of ships and so on- and is designed to reinforce the grammar knowledge of students and improve their communicative skills.

I come to realize that the more realistic situations and contexts I’ll be using, the more realistic my teaching materials and methods will become. My lectures are addressed to pre-intermediate and intermediate students that already have a basic knowledge of English grammar and, therefore, they are thematically-centered on developing the reading, writing, speaking and listening abilities that they need to communicate in their studying field. In other words, the lectures aim to help them:

  • Increase their knowledge of technical English.
  • Discuss familiar things, key engineering concepts and principles.
  • Communicate with fellow students and engineers in other countries.
  • And, nevertheless, become more fluent and accurate in a wide range of technical fields. 

Introduction / 5

Internal vs External Combustion Engines / 9

Basic Engine Parts/ 21

Engine Problems/31

Maritime English: Basic terms and vocabulary/ 43

Conversations on board: Emergency Actions, Standard Wheel and Engine Orders/56

Safety at work – Fire safety a top concern in both Civil and

Mechanical Engineering / 66

Types of ships/76

Naval architecture/85

Bibliography /97

Ionela Ioniţiu

Assistant Professor Ph.D. University Ovidius, Faculty of Letters, Department of Modern Languages

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He attended the University Ovidius, Constanta, in the period 1997-2001, with bachelor's degree, the main areas studied are: English, contemporary English and American literature, literary theory, ancient and contemporary Romanian language, Romanian and Latin literature.
In the period 2001-2003 was substitute teacher at Ovidius University, Constanta, Faculty of Law and Public Administration, and during 2003-2006 was assistant professor at the Department of Modern Languages ​​for faculty nefilologice, serving the Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Physical Education and Sport.
From October 2006 to present is assistant professor in the School Doctor of Letters, Department of Modern Languages​​, Faculty of Engineering serving.
From 2001-2002 he attended the Master, developing work on: Theories of culture, media culture, mass culture, political doctrines and contemporary art.
As a result of participating in some training courses initiated by generative Linguistics in Eastern Europe (Glee): July-August 2008 in Poznan (Poland) and July-August 2009 in Debrecen (Hungary), obtained certificates of the 15th Central European Summer School Grammar generation and Certificate of the 16th Central European Summer School in generative Grammar.
From 2007 to 2011 followed by doctoral studies on the "General Linguistics, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics", Thesis held in September 2011 as: "the internal structure and participial gerunziale sentences in English and Romanian" coordinator science prof. Dr. Luminita Carausu.
He has published several scientific papers and studies in his specialty.

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