|科目の目的・到達目標||The repeat course aims to consolidate knowledge of the four skills in English and helps them think critically about some current controversial issues in Europe. Students will be provided with a topic for discussion and presentation each week, and preparation for them will largely be done outside of class.|
In this course students will read various articles on some of the best-known parts of Europe,and deepen their knowledge on the fast-changing European countries, their history, and culture, topics of which include Greece and the beginning of European civilization, Rome and the Vatican City, London and its immigration problems, Berlin and the New Germany, and so forth. We will review the four skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking, and learn to communicate ideas in pairs and groups. Students are also expected to give presentations and give feedback to their peers.
|授業計画||Week 1 Course introduction and group familiarisation activities
Week 2 Unit 1 – Greece: The Cradle of European Civilization, basic understanding
Week 3 Unit 1 – Greece: The Cradle of European Civilization, discussion
Week 4 Unit 2 – Rome and the Vatican City, basic understanding
Week 5 Unit 2 – Rome and the Vatican City, discussion
Week 6 Unit 3 – Florence and the Renaissance, basic understanding
Week 7 Unit 3 – Florence and the Renaissance, discussion
Week 8 Unit 4 – Saving Venice, basic understanding
Week 9 Unit 4 – Saving Venice, discussion, presentation
Week 10 Unit 5 – La Belle France, basic understanding, preparations for the final presentations
Week 11 Unit 5 – La Belle France, discussion
Week 12 Unit 6 – Paris Style, basic understanding
Week 13 Unit 6 – Paris Style, discussion
Week 14 Final presentations and feedback (1st semester)
Chapter order may vary.
|評価方法||• Attendance, participation, quizzes, pair/group works, preparations 50%
• Presentations 50%
Randle, John, Europe-A Changing Continent (Seibido, 2018)
|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.