授業科目名 英語Ⅱ(Academic English Skills 2a)
英語授業科目名 English Ⅱ(Academic English Skills 2a)
科目ナンバリング ENG2003
講義番号 NX12837 担当教員[ローマ字表記] マグヌソン,デビット・ジョージ(Lecture), 英語教育開発センター教員 [Magnusson,David George(Lecture)]
科目区分 基盤 開講学部 教育機構
単位数 1 必修・指定選択・選択の別
開講学期(期別) 第1・2 曜日時限 木1
教室 全学講義棟 2-301 対象年次
初年次教育科目

クラス指定

再履修 4年次

他との関連(関連項目)

General English Skills 1

履修条件(授業に必要な既修得科目または前提知識)

None

テーマ・副題

While continuing to advance students’ general English skills, AES also incorporates a focus on the development of formal academic skills. In-class tasks encourage the development of note-taking skills and extend students’ abilities of critical analysis. Throughout the course, students become actively involved in scholarly topics, group discussions and academic listening and reading materials. This course encourages students to develop their essay, report writing and formal presentation skills.

授業科目の到達目標

Students who have completed this course should be able to:
1. express ideas clearly, comfortably, and accurately at length in English concerning a number of academic topics
2. compare and contrast the main arguments of related academic readings and lectures through in-class tasks, group work and discussions
3. research, develop a position on, and discuss or debate an academic topic using logically structured arguments, questions, and supporting examples
4. produce an academic report on a specific content-related topic

学科・専修等の学習・教育目標との関連

授業キーワード

Academic English, communication, listening, reading, speaking

授業の内容

授業の方法・事前準備学修・事後展開学修

Using textbooks, audiovisual and web-based sources, and other resource materials, students will concentrate on improving their reading comprehension, grammar, sentence structure, vocabulary and expressions, writing skills, and listening comprehension.

授業展開(スケジュール)

week 1: Orientation and Unit 1 (First Impressions)
week 2: Unit 1 (The Psychology of First Impressions)
week 3: Unit 1 (Book Review / Interpersonal Communication)
week 4: Unit 2 (Food & Taste)
week 5: Unit 2 (You Are What You Eat)
week 6: Unit 2 (Food Tasters)
week 7: Review
week 8: End-of-term test
week 9: Unit 3 (Success)
week 10: Unit 3 (Chasing Your Dreams)
week 11: Unit 3 (Failure)
week 12: Unit 4 (New Perspectives)
week 13: Unit 4 (Changing Expectations)
week 14: Unit 4 (Interview)
week 15: Review
week 16: End-of-term Test and Final Report

成績評価方法

1. Attendance and Participation: 20%
2. Assignments and Homework: 45%
3. Examinations, Essays and Presentations: 35%

成績評価基準

平成27年度以降入学者:GP:4=S, 3=A, 2=B, 1=C, 0=F
平成26年度以前入学者:素点:80~100=優、70~79=良、60~69=可、0~59不可

テキスト

Q Skills for Success – Listening and Speaking – Level 3/,Oxford University Press,

参考図書

学生へのメッセージ

Class Rules
Do not be late to class.
Do not sleep in class.
You have to use a new textbook (purchased in the current school year). (You cannot do online homework with a used book whose password was used a year earlier.)
You will be marked "absent" if you are more than 30 minutes late.
No make-up quizzes or tests will be given unless special permission is received.
No late homework will be accepted.
Please write your name, seat no., date, class name, and student number on all papers submitted to the teacher.
Bring: 1) your textbook; 2) loose-leaf notebook paper; 3) a JE/EJ dictionary; and 4) a dark (HB) pencil and eraser.
If you will be absent for the end-of-term test for legitimate reasons (such as intern work) you need to make prior arrangements (at least 2 weeks prior to the test date) to take the end-of-term test.
Please submit any absence notices at the beginning of class.

その他・備考