This class aims for the students to acquire a higher level of Japanese competence. Specifically, the students are requested to open the seminar on a scientist who had an impact on you.
The following advanced skills can be acquired after this class: 1) how to manage and arrange various kinds of documents and material about a theme; 2) selective competence of the use of suitable expressions for your seminar; 3) the timing to use proper strategies to manage your audience.
seminar, preparation, strategy, expression, Japanese culture.
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Students will learn advanced exercises and discuss them. Based on a theme which you select, you will prepare the materials for your seminar, and open your workshop.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Guidance||Describe what is a good seminar.|
|Class 2||Research the life of a scientist who affects your life.||Briefly explain a contribution to society by a scientist whom you have chosen.|
|Class 3||Make your points clear, and prepare for your seminar.||Learn how to encourage your audience to join discussions and what kinds of information should be provided to your audience to develop the contents in a seminar.|
|Class 4||Seminar 1||Make some comments on the presentations.|
|Class 5||Seminar 2||Make some comments on the presentations.|
|Class 6||Seminar 3||Make some comments on the presentations.|
|Class 7||Feedback.||Read comments and discuss how to improve your seminar.|
|Class 8||Discuss how your classmates improve their skill of Japanese through your seminar.||Consider what kinds of Japanese skills you learn throughout seminars.|
Assessment will be conducted based on student's attendance, discussions, a final report or a presentation.
Only the second year international student can take this course.
GSEP students must choose a class number for GSEP students.