Subject carrier


• Raising awareness about the main differences between general English and English for Specific/Academic Purposes;
• acquisition of terminology in the field of kinesiology; acquisition and translation of specific terms, word formation, collocations, phraseological units;
• development of reading comprehension skills using authentic texts (journal articles, textbook excerpts, abstracts) from the field of kinesiology;
• linguistic and structural analysis of specific texts, exercises for the consolidation of lexicogrammatical and functional structures;
• development of listening comprehension skills (academic lectures, documentaries) and note-taking skills;
• development of conversational strategies (language of tact and diplomacy), taking part in discussions and debates on various topics from the field of kinesiology;
• preparation for delivering effective presentations at international professional and scientific conferences;
• writing academic texts (essays, reports, summaries), citing, summarizing, paraphrasing;
• writing formal texts: CVs, cover letters;
• interpreting graphs and tables;
• Independent use of dictionaries, language textbooks and professional publications, information technology and Web sources.

• The study of Kinesiology
• Lifestyle and physical activity
• The human body
• Biomechanics of human movement
• Exercise instruction
• Physiology of exercise and training
• Sports nutrition
• Sports injuries and rehabilitation