With the change to online, we will make a big change to the configuration up to last year and keep it in 2020 Special Edition.
I do not require attendance at every Zoom lecture. Instead, group work (6 people) will be conducted for 2 rounds, each group will make a 10-minute presentation on the specified theme, and will be presented online for mutual evaluation. At the same time, we will aim to improve our reading ability by reading 3 or more designated books and posting a book review on a shared site.
Get "remote power".
As a member of society, you will have more opportunities to collaborate remotely with diverse members to carry out projects. As a rehearsal, I designed a remote project to be a chance to experience 2 lands by changing members and increasing experience value.
Reading, Group work, Logic
|Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
As mentioned above, since it is a Special Edition limited to 2020, please be sure to watch the guidance PDF in the "Lecture Note" .
Due to system limitations, the maximum number of people allowed is 60.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Guidance||How to participate in the course, overview of course materials, distribution of course ID, etc.|
|Class 2||Improving communication skills||The keyword is SUCCESs! It is important is to focus on your target.|
|Class 3||Regulatory task Group work １||Watch the "Introduction" of each task, discuss the direction, and divide the roles.|
|Class 4||Regulatory task Group work 2||Collect data according to the role and create the skeleton of the presentation.|
|Class 5||Regulatory task Group work 3||How can it be transmitted attractively? Make every detail thoroughly!|
|Class 6||Regulatory task Group work 4||Rehearse well, finish to the finished version and upload.|
|Class 7||Assignment presentation Group 1-5||What is the achievement level of other teams? Evaluate each other with points and comments.|
|Class 8||Assignment presentation Group 6-10||Same as above.|
|Class 9||Free assignment Group work 1||Start by determining the theme. Coordination meetings will also be held so that the themes do not overlap with those of other groups.|
|Class 10||Free assignment Group work 2||Collect data according to the role and create the skeleton of the presentation.|
|Class 11||Free assignment Group work 3||How can it be transmitted attractively? Make every detail thoroughly!|
|Class 12||Free assignment Group work 4||Rehearse well, finish to the finished version and upload.|
|Class 13||Assignment presentation Group 1-5||What is the achievement level of other teams? Evaluate each other with points and comments.|
|Class 14||Assignment presentation Group 6-10||Same as above.|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.
A reading list of over 70 books has been prepared. Multiple copies of each publication are available.
Contribution to group work and presentations: 70%
Accumulation of experience through commenting on the reading website: 30%