Morrow Jeffrey Stewart
|学期・曜日・時限||後期集中 その他 他|
|This class builds a foundation for developing learners' language proficiency.|
○Students will go through a 10-day intensive course (during summer holidays: 8/21-8/25, 8/28-9/1) where they immerse themselves in English.
○In the first part of the course, students will prepare themselves
for communicating in English while engaging in various tasks.
○In the second part of the course, students will participate
in camp along with other students including International
students. Their primary language during the camp will be English.
|・Students will be able to engage in daily conversation and do brief talks in English.|
・Students will be able to discuss a limited range of topics in English.
・Students will develop basic skills in English listening, reading, writing, and speaking.
・Students will feel comfortable using these skills to communicate with others and accomplish tasks.
|・Students should be able to commit themselves to using primarily English during the course.|
・Students should be able to participate fully in all the events during the course.
・Students should be able to participate in pre-sessions and post-sessions held before and after the course. These sessions will be offered to enable participants to make a smooth transition to the course and to maximize its effects.
・A participation fee will be collected.
・Students should have an insurance policy.
・If the number of students in the course exceeds the enrollment limit, students will be selected by the course administrators.
・In order to prepare themselves for speaking in English during the course, it is recommended that, schedule permitting, students take the course "Presentation English I" in the semester before the Intensive English course.
・To maintain their progress in English, it is recommended that, schedule permitting, students take "Presentation English II" in the semester after the Intensive English course.
|The first part of the course (5 days) will be conducted on campus. (8/21-8/25)|
・In principle, three 90-minutes sessions will be held each day.
・In the first week, we will provide students with large amounts of input through extensive reading and listening. Students will also have ample opportunities to engage in output activities such as conversation, writing, and presentations.
The second half of the course (5 days) will be a camp held in Aso. (8/28-9/1)
・Students will interact with other students, including international students, using English as the primary language. The camp will provide a variety of activities where students use English to communicate with each other.
・Camp activities will include presentations, performances, discussions, and short trips.
More details regarding daily schedules will be given at the course orientation.
|・Prior to the course, preparatory sessions will be conducted to help students make a good start to the course. Certain tasks will be given to students.|
・During the first part of the course, students will read and listen intensively. A certain amount of reading and listening homework may be given.
・After the camp, post-sessions will be conducted to ensure students’ progress in language development.
|・EnglishCentral will be used as primary materials for listening.|
・Students will read graded or leveled readers for reading practice.
|・Handouts will be distributed as needed.|
|・Students will be evaluated through their participation in activities, portfolio, journal, or diary, and their listening and reading records.|
|・Students need to participate fully in all the activities and events during the course.|
・Students need to do any assignments or tasks given during the course.
・Students need to show sufficient evidence of their language development.