This course is a discussion-based seminar. Participants choose their own topic for presentation on culture, society, and humanity. This course will take place over the third and fourth quarters. Several seminars will be held together on Wednesday afternoons, and an overnight seminar camp will be held during spring break.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Obtain knowledge of various issues.
2) Improve presentation skills.
3) Enhance their ability to engage in empathetic and logical discussion.
Culture, society, humanity, diversity, presentations, discussion
|Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction||Receive basic instruction on seminar procedure and presentation|
|Class 2||Presentation and discussion 1||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 3||Presentation and discussion 2||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 4||Presentation and discussion 3||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 5||Presentation and discussion 4||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 6||Presentation and discussion 5||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 7||Presentation and discussion 6||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 8||Presentation and discussion 7||Presentation and discussion|
|Class 9||Seminar camp 1||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
|Class 10||Seminar camp 2||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
|Class 11||Seminar camp 3||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
|Class 12||Seminar camp 4||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
|Class 13||Seminar camp 5||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
|Class 14||Seminar camp 6||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
|Class 15||Conclusion||Presentation and discussion at seminar camp|
No textbook has been assigned.
All materials used in class will be shown in the lecture.
Attendance, presentation and discussion