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LEARNING OUTCOMES

BLOCK 1. ORAL COMPREHENSION


LO1.1. Understands detailed instructions, advertisements, declarations and messages,
transmitted face-to-face or by other means, regarding concrete subjects, in standard
language at normal speed (e.g. announcements or institutional messages).
LO1.2. Understands the details of what is said to him/her in transactions and dealings
which arise when he/she travels, organizes travel or deals with authorities, as well as in
less habitual situations in hotels, shops, travel agencies, health clinics, work or studies
(e.g. to receive medical assistance as a tourist or as a resident, change a hotel
reservation, cancel tickets or exchange a defective article), provided that he/she may
request confirmation.
LO1.3. He/she identifies the principal ideas, relevant details and general implications of
relatively long and animated conversations and debates between various interlocutors
which take place in his/her presence, about general subjects, current affairs or matters of
his/her interest, provided that the discourse is structured and a very idiomatic usage is
not made of the language.
LO1.4. Understands, in informal debates and conversations about habitual topics or
matters of personal interest, the posture or point of view of his/her interlocutors, as well
as some implicit meanings and subtleties such as irony or humour.
LO1.5. Understands, in a formal conversation in which he/she participates, in the
academic or work-related spheres, detailed information and points of view and opinions
about topics of his/her speciality and related with courses of action and other abstract
procedures, provided that he/she can confirm what the interlocutor intended to say and
obtain clarifications about the ambiguous aspects.
LO1.6. Understands the line of argument, the principal ideas, the relevant details and
the general implications in presentations, conferences or workshops of a certain length
and complexity dealing with academic or professional matters in his/her area of interest,
both concrete and abstract, provided that there are markers which structure the discourse
and guide comprehension.
LO1.7. Understands the information in the majority of the recorded or broadcast
material in the media, related with subjects of personal interest, identifying the
emotional state, tone and even the humour of the speaker, provided that the discourse is
articulated with clarity, in a standard variety of the language and at a normal speed.
BLOCK 2. ORAL PRODUCTION: EXPRESSION AND INTERACTION
LO2.1. Makes presentations of some length about topics of academic interest to him/her
or related with his/her speciality (e.g. the development of a scientific experiment, or an
analysis of historical, social or economic aspects), with a clear structure which helps the
listeners to concentrate on the most important aspects and showing confidence when
answering questions from the audience formulated with clarity and at a normal speed.
LO2.2. Performs with confidence in day-to-day and less usual transactions and
operations, whether face-to-face, by telephone or other technical means, requesting

detailed information, offering clear and detailed explanations and developing his/her
argumentation in a satisfactory manner in the resolution of problems which have arisen.
LO2.3. Participates with ease in informal conversations whether face-to-face, by
telephone or by other technical means, in which he/she describes events, experiences,
feelings and reactions, dreams, hopes and ambitions in detail and responds adequately to
the feelings expressed by his/her interlocutors; describes personal experiences in detail
and his/her reactions to the same; expresses beliefs, agreements and disagreements with
conviction and explains and justifies his/her opinions and projects in a persuasive
manner.
LO2.4. Takes part adequately in formal conversations, interviews, meetings and debates
of an academic or work-related character, providing or requesting relevant and detailed
information on concrete and abstract aspects of day-to-day and less usual matters in
these contexts; explaining the reasons for a complex problem and requesting and giving
instructions or suggestions in order to resolve it; developing arguments in an
understandable and convincing manner and commenting on the contributions from the
interlocutors; commenting on and making proposals related to future actions.
BLOCK 3. UNDERSTANDING WRITTEN TEXTS
LO3.1. Understands long and complex instructions within his/her area of interest or
speciality, including details about conditions and precautions, provided that he/she may
re-read the difficult sections (e.g. about measuring instruments or scientific procedures).
LO3.2. Understands relevant details and implications of advertisements and publicity
material about matters of his/her personal interest (e.g. posters, flyers, banners, graffiti),
academic (e.g. scientific posters) or professional (e.g. newsletters, official documents).
LO3.3. Understands the information, the purpose and the implications of personal notes
and correspondence in any format, including forums and blogs, in which information,
ideas and opinions on concrete and abstract topics of a personal nature and within
his/her area of interest are transmitted and explained in a detailed manner.
LO3.4. Understands the relevant details and implications of formal correspondence
from public institutions or private organizations such as universities, companies or
utility companies, concerning concrete and abstract matters of personal and academic
nature within his/her area of interest or speciality.
LO3.5. Understands the information and implicit ideas and opinions in news,
journalistic and opinion articles which are well structured and of some length which
deal with a variety of current affairs or more specialized topics, both concrete and
abstract, within his/her area of interest and easily locates relevant details in these texts.
LO3.6. Understands, in reference and consultation texts, both on paper and digital
format, detailed information on topics of his/her speciality in academic or work-related
spheres, as well as concrete information related with practical matters in official,
institutional or corporate informative texts.
LO3.7. Understands the principal aspects, relevant details, some implicit ideas and the
poetic use of the language in literary texts which present an accessible structure and a
not very idiomatic language, and in which the development of the theme or the story,
the main characters and their relations, or the poetic motif , are clearly signalled with
easily recognizable linguistic markers.

BLOCK 4. PRODUCTION OF WRITTEN TEXTS: EXPRESSION AND


INTERACTION
LO4.1. Completes a detailed questionnaire with personal, academic or work-related
information (e.g. to matriculate in a university, apply for a job, open a bank account or
obtain a visa.
LO4.2. Writes, on any support or in any format, a detailed curriculum vitae, together
with a cover letter (e.g. to enter a foreign university, or apply for a job).
LO4.3. Takes notes, in sufficient detail, during a conference, talk or workshop, and
elaborates a summary with relevant information and adequate conclusions, provided
that the topic is related with his/her speciality and the discourse is well structured.
LO4.4. Writes notes, advertisements, messages and commentaries, on any support, in
which he/she transmits and requests detailed information, explanations, reactions and
opinions on personal, academic or work-related topics, respecting the conventions and
norms of courtesy and netiquette.
LO4.5. Writes reports in a conventional format and with a clear structure related with
his/her speciality (e.g. the development and conclusions of an experiment, about a
linguistic exchange, work experience or a research project) or less usual (e.g. a problem
which arose during a stay abroad), developing an argument; arguing for or against a
concrete point of view; explaining the advantages and disadvantages of different options
and providing justified conclusions.
LO4.6. Writes personal correspondence, on any support, and communicates with
confidence in forums and blogs, transmitting emotion, emphasizing the personal
importance of events and experiences, and commenting in a personal and detailed
manner on the news and on the points of view of the people he/she addresses.
LO4.7. Writes, on any support, formal letters of an academic or professional character,
addressed to public or private institutions and companies, in which information is given
and requested; describes his/her academic or professional trajectory and expertise and
explains and justifies in sufficient detail the reasons for his/her actions and plans (e.g. a
cover letter for registering at a foreign university, or in order to apply for a job),
respecting the formal conventions and courtesy characteristic of this type of text.