98年第2學期-0081 大一英文 課程資訊
|Participation||30||Speaking in class, oral presentations, attendance|
|Quizzes||20||Quizzes on grammar|
|Homework||10||Assigned grammar exercises|
|Midterm exam||20||Written component 70%, Oral component 30%|
|Final exam||20||Same as Midterm exam|
After completing FEM, student should be able to: - speak fairly fluently in a variety of social interactions - use correct conventions and formality in social interactions similar to those in the textbooks - speak with correct pronunciation and intonation. - speak and write with few simple grammar mistakes - speak and write using correct vocabulary on topics introduced in the FEM textbooks - comprehend conversations between speakers on a variety of topics
Aims of Course
Freshman English for Majors is a four-skills course taught exclusively to majors of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. The goal of the course is primarily to improve students’ proficiency in communicative language skills with an emphasis on speaking and writing. A functional, notional approach is taken to planning objectives to help students gain confidence in using the English in social interactions. Therefore, active participation in the class is a prerequisite for successful completion.
A variety of activities are used throughout the year including dialogues, role-plays, pair work, small group projects and whole class discussions. The syllabus includes a general review of grammar and many class activities attempt to integrate these grammar components. Therefore, students are given the opportunity to apply the rules to real-life situations that they might encounter in an English-speaking country. Teachers encourage students to monitor their grammar usage while improving their level of fluency.
Office HourThursdays, 10:20-12:00 in FL 105
Interchange 3, Jack C. Richards with Jonathan Hull and Susan Proctor, Cambridge University Press 2005, 3rd edition Grammar Dimensions 3, Stephen H. Thewlis, Heinle & Heinle Publishers, Platinum Edition