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科目番号
外101 
開講年度 期間 曜日時限 開講学部等
2019 前学期 月2,木2 共通教育等科目外国語科目  
講義コード 科目名[英文名] 単位数
101501091 大学英語 09組   4 
担当教員[ローマ字表記]
宮城 和文 
授業の形態
講義、演習又は実験
 
アクティブラーニング
学生が議論する、学生が自身の考えを発表する、学生が文献や資料を調べる
 
授業内容と方法
In this class, students are expected to improve 4 skills of English in various communicative settings. The activities for each skill include the following.
SPEAKING: Discussions with a partner or group members, presentations on various topics.
READING: Reading a variety of essays on contemporary issues.
LISTENING: Listening to various aural materials such as daily conversations and university lectures.
WRITING: Writing short essays in various genres based on on-line search.
The class will be conducted in English partially or entirely, and students are strongly encouraged to speak in English.
 
URGCC学習教育目標
自律性、地域・国際性、コミュニケーション・スキル、情報リテラシー
 
達成目標
The goals of the course are:
1. To improve speaking and presentation skills in English to the university level. [コミュニケーション・スキル],[地域・国際性],[自律性],[情報リテラシー]
2. To improve reading skills so that you can read fairly long English essays and understand the content. [コミュニケーション・スキル],[地域・国際性],[自律性],[情報リテラシー]
3. To improve listening skills so that you can comprehend English aural materials in various settings. [コミュニケーション・スキル],[地域・国際性],[自律性],[情報リテラシー]
4. To improve writing skills in English so that you can express your thoughts clearly. [コミュニケーション・スキル],[地域・国際性],[自律性],[情報リテラシー]
 
評価基準と評価方法
Based on university regulations, grades will be calculated at a maximum of 100 points, and students must accumulate a score of at least 60 points in total to receive credit in the course. Those with a total score of less than 60 points will be graded with an F, 60-69 points a D, 70-79 points a C, 80-89 points a B, and 90 and above an A. Students will be eligible for course credit if they have attended more than two thirds of all class meetings.
The final grade will be based on the following:
● Campus-Wide English Proficiency Test (30%; evaluation of goals 2 and 3)
● Unit Quizzes & Final Exam (20%; evaluation of goals 2, 3 and 4)
● Composition assignments (15%; evaluation of goal 4) 
● Vocab-Notebook (15%; evaluation of goals 1, 2, and 4)
● Oral presentations (10%; evaluation of goals 1 and 3)
● In-class Contributions, etc. (10%; evaluation of goals 1-4)

*NOTE* The Campus-Wide English Proficiency Test will be held on the Sixth of August. Details will be announced in class. This test examines English proficiency in listening and reading, which will provide an objective evaluation of those language skills. ALL College English students are REQUIRED to take this test. The proficiency test score accounts for 30% of the total grade in the course.
 
履修条件
Engineering majors who want to make the world a better place!
 
授業計画
1. Introduction     17. Unit 4 (1)
2. Unit 1 (1)     18. Unit 4 (2)
3. Unit 1 (2)     19. Unit 4 (3)
4. Unit 1 (3)     20. Unit 4 (4)
5. Unit 1 (4)     21. Summary IV, Quiz
6. Summary I, Quiz     22. Unit 5 (1)
7. Unit 2 (1)     23. Unit 5 (2)
8. Unit 2 (2)     24. Unit 5 (3)
9. Unit 2 (3)     25. Unit 5 (4)
10. Unit 2 (4)     26. Summary V, Quiz
11. Summary II, Quiz     27. Unit 6 (1)
12. Unit 3 (1)     28. Unit 6 (2)
13. Unit 3 (2)     29. Unit 6 (3)
14. Unit 3 (3)     30. Unit 6 (4)
15. Unit 3 (4)     31. Final Exam
16. Summary III, Quiz

Wednesday, August 6, 2019 Campus-Wide English Proficiency Test 大学英語統一試験
 
事前学習
(1)New words and phrases must be checked before class. Avoid coming to class with no knowledge about what you are supposed to cover for the day of the session.
(2)Speaking & writing activities must be prepared according to instructions in class.
(3)The use of NetAcademy 2 for self-study is highly recommended.
 
事後学習
・Always try to read a passage out loud at home after you learn it in class. Make it a habit to read certain amount of English every day!
・Carefully review a unit quiz each time you receive its result and work on the stuff you don't do well. Questions that are answered incorrectly by more students are highly likely to be asked again in the final exam!
 
教科書にかかわる情報
 
教科書全体備考
English for Global Citizens, Eihosha, 2013.
 
参考書にかかわる情報
参考書 書名
Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 2010.
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参考書 書名
Collins Cobuild Advanced Dictionary, Heinle, 2008
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参考書 書名
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, Pearson Longman, 2009.
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参考書 書名
English-Japanese Dictionary for the General Reader, Kenkyusha, 1999.
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使用言語
日本語
 
メッセージ
Don't be afraid of using English in class. No one is perfect when it comes to speaking another language.
Making mistakes is not losing face but gaining an opportunity to improve. Ninety-nine percent of my English owes to numerous accounts of trial and error. I still do make mistakes and I'm happy with that. I'm so looking forward to seeing and studying with you guys!
 
オフィスアワー
By appointment
 
メールアドレス
kmiyagi978@hotmail.co.jp
 
URL
 
 

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