開講所属文学部
時間割コード33317601
授業科目名Integrated Skills VI
授業科目名(英文)Integrated Skills VI
科目区分現代英語運用
担当教員Cairns Jeffrey
開講年次3年生
学期・曜日・時限後期 木曜日 3時限
単位数1


概要
This communicative, oral English course is designed to review existing communicative
techniques and expand the students’ abilities to effectively use English through
exercising specific discussion techniques and a continuing, detailed look at debate as a
communicative tool for supporting and refuting opinions. It is strongly advised that
to fully integrate into this course, students first take Integrated Skills V.
到達目標
To exercise and develop English communication skills through debate.
履修上の注意
The participating student will be required to attend 75% of classes in order to qualify to
complete the course. Due to the nature of the content of study, in and out of class
participation will be weighed heavily in determining a student’s final grade. Also, a keen
interest in communicating verbally and in English on a broad range of topics and expressing personal opinions will be an asset.
授業計画
* short, topical group discussions based on learned discussion techniques and objectives
* Wk 1-2: orientation, review of first semester
* Wk 3-5: refuting explanations
* Wk 6-8: challenging supports
* Wk 9-11: organizing one’s refutation
* Wk 12-13: debating an opinion
* Wk 14-15: flowing a debate
予習・復習
について
A continual review of the previous weeks’ topics will be necessary to get a firm grasp of
the format of debate.
使用教材
Discover Debate: Lubetsky, LeBeau, Harrington. Language Solutions.
参考文献
Along with a good translation dictionary, a good university level learner’s English
dictionary will be needed by all students. A valid, computer-based e-mail account and
internet access will also be useful.
単位認定
の方法
50% Final Debate presentation, 25% assignments, 25% participation
成績評価基準
Students' grades will be determined by classroom participation (use of English in all activities and situations including communication with other students and the
instructor, active input in group settings, timely completion of all assignments as required)
and each student’s ability to grasp, assimilate and utilize the techniques presented within the course.
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