|科目の目的・到達目標||The English Communication courses aim to equip students with the communicative skills they need to feel comfortable speaking and listening to English in a variety of settings, social, academic, and professional. Students will participate in activities designed to improve their listening comprehension and ability to make themselves understood in spoken English, including formal or informal presentations or other activities relevant to their personal and academic interests. Course materials may include news reports, interviews, and lectures from radio, television, video, or film, as well as materials prepared by students themselves to accompany presentations, debates, or discussions.|
|授業の概要||Students will engage in goal-oriented interactions by means of structured listening and speaking exercises. The activities are meant to encourage students to communicate with classmates inside the classroom and to use their learning outside of the classroom, as well. Students should be able to recycle what was learned in each unit in order to develop their fluency and confidence in English.|
|授業計画||Week 1 Unit 6 - Consumerism
Week 2 Unit 6 continued
Week 3 Unit 6 (poster presentation); Unit 6 quiz
Week 4 Unit 7 - Art
Week 5 Unit 7 continued
Week 6 Unit 7 (poster presentation); Unit 7 quiz; Unit 8 - Collaboration
Week 7 Unit 8 continued
Week 8 Unit 8 (poster presentation); Unit 8 quiz
Week 9 Unit 9 - Survival
Week 10 Unit 9 continued
Week 11 Unit 9 (poster presentation); Unit 9 quiz
Week 12 Unit 10 - Innovation
Week 13 Unit 10 continued
Week 14 Unit 10 (poster presentation); Unit 10 quiz
|評価方法||・ Attendance 10%
・ Participation, final test 40%
・ Unit quizzes 20%
・ Poster presentations 30%
Note: Students who are absent four times or more during the semester will receive the grade ‘F’.
|テキスト・参考文献等||Nancy Douglas and Andrew Boon. Inspire 3. Cengage Learning, 2015.
|授業外の学習活動||Students are required to spend at least an hour per week studying textbooks, class materials, or handouts in order to prepare for the next class and also to review material studied in previous classes.