98年第2學期-0090 英語閱讀實習 課程資訊
|Assignments||20||Students practice reading skills covered in the textbook.|
|Quizzes||20||Each quiz consists of the extensive reading materials assigned.|
|Participation||20||Students need to participate in the group discussion.|
|Midterm exam||20||The exam consists of the intensive reading materials.|
|Final exam||20||The exam consists of the intensive reading materials.|
The objective of this course is to build up reading competence by use of the following reading strategies: recognizing organizational patterns, outlining, summarizing, analytical reasoning, making inferences and reading critically.
Guided Reading is a basic course for first-year （freshman） English major students. It is based on the idea that students become good readers by reading. The objective of this course is to build up reading competence by use of the following reading strategies: skimming, scanning, previewing, predicting, visualizing, relating, monitoring, recalling, guessing vocabulary from context clues, recognizing word parts, main ideas vs. minor details, summarizing, outlining, examining organizational patterns, making inferences, synthesizing information, distinguishing facts from opinions, and analytical reasoning.
Office HourMondays & Tuesdays 12:10- 13:00 or by appointment
Intensive reading: Breaking Through College Reading by Brenda D. Smith, 8th Ed.
Extensive reading: The Story Bible Volume I: The Old Testament by Pearl & Buck
The Giver by Lois Lowry