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  • 17283: Work in a team in contexts related to English Studies and develop interpersonal relationships.
  • 17282: Apply ICT and computer programs, either locally or through a network, in the field of English Studies.
  • 17281: Design and manage projects in language and literature in the academic and professional fields.
  • 17280: Demonstrate, within the field of English Studies, an ethical attitude that focuses on aspects such as gender equality, equal opportunities, the values of the culture of peace and democracy and a sensitiveness regarding environmental problems and sustainability while, at the same time, knowing about and being able to appreciate linguist diversity and multiculturality.
  • 15225: Students must have developed the learning skills needed to undertake further study with a high degree of autonomy.
  • 15224: Students must be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to both expert and lay audiences.
  • 15223: Students must have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually in their field of study) to make judgements that take relevant social, scientific or ethical issues into consideration.
  • 15222: Students must be able to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and have acquired the competences required for the preparation and defence of arguments and for problem solving in their field of study.
  • 15221: Students must have acquired knowledge and understanding in a specific field of study, on the basis of general secondary education and at a level that includes mainly knowledge drawn from advanced textbooks, but also some cutting-edge knowledge in their field of study.
  • 17291: Relate geographical and historical aspects and the most relevant institutions in the Anglophone world to contemporary society and culture.
  • 17290: Translate at a basic level from language B to language A.
  • 17289: Develop a critical ability to explain literary texts in English and to identify aesthetic conventions, movements, periods, genres, authors and works in English language and their modes of production.
  • 17288: Demonstrate communicative and social competence in the English language (oral and written comprehension and expression, communicative interaction and mediation that includes correct grammar and style).
  • 17287: Be familiar with a literature in a language other than the main Degree language.
  • 17286: Work and learn autonomously, and plan and manage one?s workload.
  • 17285: Apply quality criteria at work in the field of English Studies.
  • 17284: Adapt to different work contexts in the field of English Studies.
  • 17534: Compare and analyse the constituents of one's own language with those of other languages.
  • 17533: Have and apply general knowledge in humanistic areas related to this field of study.
  • 17532: Interrelate different areas of humanistic studies.
  • 17531: Know and apply the currents and methodologies of literary theory and criticism.
  • 17530: Know and apply the currents and methodologies of linguistics.
  • 17529: Get to know the fundamentals of the Latin language and classical culture through its texts.
  • 17528: Know the grammar and develop communicative competences in (a) foreign language(s).
  • 17527: Know the grammar and develop communicative competences in Catalan.