103年第1學期-3777 暑期學前英文 課程資訊
|Orals||20||2 oral assignments + talent show|
|English Learning Folder||60||8 writing assignments|
|In-class participation||20||participation and attendance|
授課教師James S. Gillespie
On completion of the course, students should be able to:
a) demonstrate their communicative skills for catching specific details of basic daily-life topics in both pre-defined and spontaneous daily-life situations by responding to written texts and aural input accurately and appropriately;
b) demonstrate their communicative skills for achieving a global comprehension of basic daily-life topics in both pre-defined and spontaneous daily-life situations by responding to written texts and aural input accurately and appropriately; and
c) demonstrate their communicative skills for presenting and discussing basic daily-life topics in pre-defined and prepared oral and written discourses by expressing themselves accurately and appropriately.
Pre-Freshman English for Non-English Major, a 36-hour intensive elective course, is designed to enrich university freshmen’s communicative skills in English required for basic daily-life topics, activities, and situations. In this course students will develop and enhance their English skills in a learner-friendly and supportive learning environment through a variety of student-centered communicative activities such as listening with Q-&-A sessions, dialogues, group discussions, and role-plays. In addition, no traditional pencil-and-paper tests will be used to evaluate students’ listening and speaking skills. Instead, the student evaluation will be entirely task-based to maximize opportunities for students to demonstrate their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills through communication in English.
授課教師：James S. Gillespie
Office HourThursdays 10:00AM - 12:00PM in LAN 106-J, or by appointment.
World Link 3: Developing English Fluency, by S. Stempleski, J. R. Morgan, & N. Douglas. Thomson Heinle (2005).