2017 TOEFL Seminar 14 1

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Academic unit or major
English language courses
Instructor(s)
Anno Mariko 
Course component(s)
Exercise
Mode of instruction
 
Day/Period(Room No.)
Wed3-4(H117)  
Group
1
Course number
LAE.E452
Credits
1
Academic year
2017
Offered quarter
2Q
Syllabus updated
2017/3/17
Lecture notes updated
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Language used
English
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Course description and aims

This course is aimed at students pursuing a long-term exchange. Students will do training to improve the four skills of English. Students will learn English skills necessary for a long-term exchange at the graduate level (capable of listening to contents at the general education course level of bachelor students, take notes, make presentations in seminars, and express your opinion), and learn vocabulary and English skills to explain specialized content without difficulty.

Student learning outcomes

Understand the TOEFL question, and be able to follow its outline. Also be able to clearly explain orally not just the main points of the material, but also its outline. Students should also be able to comment on and give a presentation on the reading problems assigned. Be able to clearly answer questions from students in the classroom. Also be able to hold a somewhat specialized debate.

Keywords

TOEFL Study-abroad, Communication, Four skills in English

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

Attendance is taken at each class. Each week, we will discuss a new topic, requiring students to actively participate in class activities, debates, and presentations, and developing students' test taking strategies for the TOEFL iBT. (Note: Syllabus is subject to change based on the levels, needs, and actual number of students.)

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Introduction to Course Lesson 1: Detail Questions and Referent Questions (Reading) Identify course aims. Acquire reading skills for the TOEFL.
Class 2 Lesson 2: Negative Fact Questions and Function Questions (Reading) Acquire reading skills for the TOEFL.
Class 3 Lesson 3: Inference Questions and Vocabulary Questions (Reading) Acquire reading skills for the TOEFL.
Class 4 Lesson 4: Sentence Summary Questions and Passage (Reading) Acquire reading skills for the TOEFL.
Class 5 Midterm Exam Lesson 1: Integrated Writing Task (Writing) Demonstrate knowledge of class materials. Acquire writing skills for the TOEFL.L
Class 6 Lesson 1: Integrated Writing Task (Writing) Acquire writing skills for the TOEFL.
Class 7 Lesson 2: Independent Writing Task (Writing) Acquire writing skills for the TOEFL.
Class 8 Lesson 2: Independent Writing Task (Writing) Final Exam Consolidation, application, and integration of skills, materials, and key concepts. Identify course aims. Demonstrate effective writing skills for the TOEFL.

Textbook(s)

Skills for the TOEFL iBT Test: Reading and Writing. 2012. London: Collins. (ISBN: 978-0007460595)

Reference books, course materials, etc.

Additional reading materials and handouts will be distributed in class.

Assessment criteria and methods

Class Participation, 25%
Homework and In-class Assignments, 25%
Midterm Exam, 25%
Final Exam, 25%

Related courses

  • LAE.E451 : TOEFL Seminar 13

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

none

Other

It is recommended that students take this course in sequence with TOEFL Seminar 13.
Attendance at the first class is compulsory for students planning to take this course.

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