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Maritime English (with Audio Support) Vol. 2
Author: Papaleonidas, Paraskevi
Publisher: Eugenides Foundation
Format: PDF + MP3
Pages count: 418
In an eight-semester academic curriculum of a merchant marine academy, the cadets are required to attend studies for 6 semesters and attend on-board training for 2 semesters.
This textbook covers material for training of the cadets according to IMO model course 3.17 at the basic level for the semesters D, E, and F.
For the Marine Deck cadets (in Greek=Πλοίαρχοι) there are 5 units per each semester, (and an introductory unit only for the D semester) and 3 reviews-with-exercises, one per semester.
For the Marine Engineer cadets (in Greek=Μηχανικοί), their curriculum includes “selections” from the abovementioned 5 units per semester, plus “Appendix I: English for Marine Engineers”. The latter one is divided into 3 parts, each of which is scheduled to be taught in each of the D, E, and F semesters.
The above classification of the units is shown on the Table of page 8, in the Introduction Chapter.