2nd Bachelor in Dietetics
|Number of Hours (h/year)||30|
|Teaching staff||Louwette, Amélie|
|Term||Quad. 1 and 2|
Preferably a sound knowledge of English (being able to understand a text as well as an English speaker)
|Aims and Objectives|
The aim of this course is to teach students to read, understand, interpret and translate technical and scientific texts dealing with dietetics and nutrition(intermediate level).
Another objective is to get the students to read scientific journals in English so that they can find other sources of information than those in their mother tongue.
While reading, the students are progressively taught the differences in comparative stylistics so that they avoid translating too literally.
As to pronunciation, the teacher will make sure that all mistakes are corrected.
Technical and scientific texts related to dietetics and nutrition (from specialized books and magazines)
GLADSTONE, Dictionnaire des sciences médicales et paramédicales
GARNIER-DELAMARE, Dictionnaire des termes techniques de médecine
www.howjsay.com (so as to check pronunciation)
|Teaching and Learning Methods||Tutorials|
Reading comprehension, listening comprehension, translation into French and technical vocabulary exercises.
|Assessment Methods||Oral examinations|
Oral Exam : 50%
Continuous assessment (Presence, participation and homework): 50%
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