Academic English IV<6組>(工学・物質)

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Academic English IV<6組>(工学・物質)
Academic English IV
A310060029 2 2 後期授業 外国語科目(英語) FLENG2506-E2 火2 オンライン(中百舌鳥キャンパス) リチャード ファーマー

オフィスアワー

Office hours:
UPDATE: Attention ! Online and asynchronous Class due to the Covid - 19 situation. E-mail Contact only!
E-mail: richardsensei39@gmail.com
Regular class : If you wish to meet with me concerning the class, please don’t be shy! Ask me after class or e-mail me and we can arrange a time. E-mail: richardsensei39@gmail.com Building B-3 Room # 313

授業目標

Academic English IIIで学んだアカデミック・ライティングとプレゼンテーションの能力をさらに高め、聞いた内容について質問したり、議論したりすることができる双方向的なコミュニケーション力を身につけることを目的とします。

教科書

Textbook: Pre-Intermediate Coursebook Revised Edition: Global by Lindsay Clandfield.
Publisher: MACMILLAN, ISBN: 9781380040640

参考書

Required Materials: An English/Japanese dictionary. A notebook and a folder. A-4 size loose-leaf paper for quizzes and exercises. Name card to put on your desk

関連科目

Attention ! The Fall 2021 Academic English IV classes will be 100% online and asynchronous due to the Covid - 19 situation. Please review the Portal Moodle and posted online special information for the class.

授業時間外の学習(準備学習等について)

Homework, Tests & Quizzes:
1. Homework must be handed in on time. Late or missing homework will result in a ZERO or lowered grade.
2. If you are absent from a class, it’s your duty to contact a fellow student or Richard to find out what you missed. Absence is no excuse for late work.
3. Quizzes & Tests are given at the beginning of class. If you are absent from a quiz or test you may receive a “zero”.
4. After every class you should take the necessary time to review the previous class work before our next class to be prepared for quizzes and tests. Be familiar with our materials and read ahead for the next lesson. A minimum of 1 hour home review is wise for every class.
5. All assignments and homework must be typed double space on A-4 size paper in the proper format or they will not be accepted.

授業の概要

Course purpose.
The concept of this class is to enable you to advance your basic academic writing and presentation skills along with exchanging views through question and discussion to improve your general English ability.

Course objectives:
Learn basic presentation structure and the Three Messages of a Speech.
Improve upon your presentation and conversations skills with global topics.
Gain confidence in impromptu speaking by engaging in discussions to improve your presentation skills.
Boost your listening comprehension with audio from the BBC & textbook.
Promote practical use of your English skills by making use of Web resources in English.
Engage in independent on-line research to strengthen your presentation & English ability.
Take advantage of the opportunity to learn about the world in English through your instructor’s experiences.

授業計画

第1回 Our goal is to work through chapters 3 & 4 of our text and finish Student presentations. However the scheduled topics may change. I will gauge how well the class can handle the material in the book and alter the schedule accordingly. I shall also be introducing alternative exercises and material to the class that may also change our original schedule. All information regarding our class plan will be given in the first class with the printed syllabus. Any changes to the class plan will be announced in class.

Class 1 : All information will be given on the first day of class.
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第2回 Please refer to the information given in the syllabus on the first day of class. 準備学習等
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第16回 Final Exam. 準備学習等

成績評価

To achieve the required target you need grades in the following criteria:

Of course as with all classes a minimum of 60% is required to pass!

Grades are based on the following breakdown.
Grades:
A. Class Participation & Attendance =15%
B. Quizzes, Papers & Presentations = 45 %
C. Tests = 40%

Online Asynchronous Class Grading:
Basis of Grade A total of 60% or higher is necessary to pass the class.

ONLINE Quizzes 60%

Homework, & Presentation work. 40 %

Total = 100 %

備考(実務経験の活用を含む)

Rules:
1.You must participate in the class. Your participation is graded in every class.
2. I have ZERO tolerance towards PLAGIARISTS & CHEATERS! They automatically fail the class. Any dissemination of Quiz or Test information or answers is an act of cheating.


Attendance & Tardiness:
I will excuse 2 absences per semester for any reason. Each additional absence results in -7.5 % subtracted from your final grade. Five absences is an automatic Fail.
Please be in class and in your seat on time. You will be counted as “Tardy” if you are not in your seat at the start of class. Two “tardies” equal one absence. If you are more than 20 minutes late to class it is counted as one absence.