|Lecturer||Shuji OZEKI, Professor|
|Department||Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences, 2010 Intensive Lecture|
|Recommended for:||School of Letters First-year Students, School of Engineering (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) First-year Students (2・1.5 hours/session 1 session/week 15 weeks/semester)|
We covered a large amount of contents, including reviewing basic vocabulary and grammar, comprehension and dictation of dramatized video materials, and practicing speaking and writing; however, all the students were able to learn most of them completely.
Student comments include 'I was able to study at my own pace', 'The course was interesting', and so on. I feel this course gave the students a sense of achievement.
Students are required to have basic computer skills such as browsing websites and typing.
World Link Video Course Book 3 Workbook, Susan Stempleski, Cengage Learning.
|1||Explanation of the class contents and registration for the class website|
|3||Unit 1B, Unit 2A|
|4||Unit 1 review test, Unit 2A|
|6||Unit 2 review test, Unit 3A|
|8||Unit 3 review test, Unit 4A|
|10||Unit 4 review test, Unit 5A|
|12||Unit 5 review test, Unit 6A|
|14||Unit 6 review test|
|15||Summary of leuture / Test (supplementary test for short tests in the classes)|
Grading will be made according to the results of the short tests on each unit and scores of exercise and other assignments.
In addition to the face-to-face classes, I will assign the students 'Gyuto-e' (advanced) listening, and 20% of the whole evaluation will be based on the completion rate. In addition, 30% of the evaluation will be based on the results of TOEFL-ITP (Listening).
On the e-learning website for this course, the students can also study assignments from sessions they failed to attend or assignments they could not finish during the class. The results of these assignments will be taken into consideration in the evaluation.
May 08, 2020