Some materials and exercises will be provided during the course. Authentic online materials will be used as well. Students will familiarize themselves with TAMK's report guide and report template.
Lectures, Collaborative learning coupled with online exercises, Reading and analyzing scientific reports, producing scientific reports. Students are required to bring their devices to class.
This course emphasizes on measurement in ICT and report writing. The evaluation is based on 0-5 grading scale where 0 is fail and 5 is excellent. Active participation in class and group or teamwork are required. To get a minimum pass, student need to get at least 80% of the total attendance, attending sessions and doing exercises, and, at least one submitted report.
26.08.2019 - 22.12.2019
03.06.2019 - 26.08.2019
Emmanuel Abruquah, Jukka Suominen, Sami Suhonen, Tuomo Nieminen
Degree Programme in ICT Engineering
Degree Programme in ICT Engineering, students who began in 2014-2018
TAMK Main Campus
A scientific report and collection of vocabulary set replace exam.
Satisfactory (1-2): The student communicates in comprehensible English on the whole and shows some awareness of the norms for different types of reports; references to source materials are included where appropriate. Requirements regarding participation, meeting deadlines etc. are minimally fulfilled.
Students’ English is mainly clear and appropriate. Written work meets norms for different types of reports, including scientific reporting. Oral communication is professional. Requirements regarding participation, meeting deadlines etc. are mainly fulfilled.
Students’ written English is formal and accurate and displays appropriate variation in style; reports meet norms for different types of text; students show ability to access and select appropriate information; references to source materials are incorporated accurately and in a variety of ways; source materials are expertly paraphrased. Oral expression is fluent and professional. Requirements regarding participation, meeting deadlines etc. are consistently fulfilled.
Student fails to meet 80% attendance, exercises and assignments left uncompleted or undone.