2017年度 シラバス情報詳細

●時間割コード
20170022102

●科目区分
言語文化Ⅰ

●科目名
英語(コミュニケーション)
●主担当教員名
HAIG EDWARD

●単位数
2単位

●開講時期
Ⅱ期
火・1
●対象学部
文学部



●本授業の目的およびねらい

The aim of this course is to improve students' communication ability mainly
in terms of listening and speaking. It will help students develop their basic
abilities with respect to daily conversation, discussions, and presentations.

●履修条件あるいは関連する科目等

None.

●授業内容

In this course, students will take it in turns to give short
(approximately 10 minute) oral presentations in English on matters of
their own choosing. The aim of the course is to break away from
dependence on textbooks or simulated communication organized by the
teacher and move instead towards genuine communication organized by
the students themselves. Accordingly, students will not be obliged to
talk about particular topics but will be free to speak about anything
that interests them and which they feel will be of interest to their
classmates. Previous year's topics have included families, pets, club
activities, part-time jobs, introductions to various parts of Japan,
foreign travel, personal relationships, favourite books, music and
films, famous people, important historical events, scientific
discoveries and even the best way to learn English. Students will be
expected to give either two or three presentations, depending on the
number of students who take the course. Students must prepare their
presentations carefully and be able to give their speech using notes,
rather than simply reading from a script. On the other hand, they will
not be expected to memorize their presentations. While each student is
giving his or her presentation, the other students will take notes,
either in English or Japanese. After each presentation there will be a
follow-up question and answer / discussion / conversation session in
English and the teacher will provide the presenter with a detailed
feedback report on his or her overall performance.

●成績評価の方法

For this course 50% of the grade will be based on the class-based activities
described above (specifically: speeches 25%, note-taking 10%, participation 5%
and attendance 5%) and 50% will be based on items described in Section 7 below.

●教科書

None. Students will be responsible for producing handouts for their own
presentations.

●参考書

None. However, students may find it beneficial to use an English-English
dictionary.

●注意事項

対面授業に加え、課外学習として、英語(コミュニケーション)用「ぎゅっとe」リスニングを課し、その消化率に基づく評価を授業全体の評価の20%とする。また、TOEFLITPの成績(Listening、Structure)の評価を30%とする。5回以上欠席をした場合、「欠席」の評価がつく。履修取り下げ制度は採用しない。

●本授業に関する参照Webページ

None

●担当者からの言葉(Webページのみ表示)

課外学習の説明資料は、アカデミック・イングリッシュ支援室のサイト
( http://elearn.ilas.nagoya-u.ac.jp/access/ ) からダウンロードすること。

This course is entirely student-centered. Whether or not it is interesting
and enjoyable for students will depend to a great extent on how well
students prepare for and give their presentations and how enthusiastically
they ask questions to the speakers, discuss and converse.

The best way to enjoy and benefit from this course is to choose topics
for your speeches that you are interested in and knowledgeable about and
that you think your classmates will find interesting. I believe that
everyone has some opinions or experiences that others will be interested
in hearing about. This class will give you a chance to communicate your
enthusiasm for a certain topic in a semi-formal but, hopefully, relaxing
setting.



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