100年第1學期-2981 暑期學前英文 課程資訊
|Midterm & Final Exams||50||Written Exam (70%) & Communicative Component (30%)|
|Quizzes||15||Vocabulary, Cloze, Listening Comprehension, Short-Answer Writing|
|Orals||15||Individual & pair in-class oral performance|
|Writing||10||Narrative, descriptive, & dialogue writing|
|Participation||10||Participating in class discussion and activities|
On completion of the FENM course, students should be able to
1) use English in daily life;
2) think independently, logically, analytically, synthetically, and creatively in English;
3) understand and enhance one’s own interest and motivation in learning English;
4) use English to acquire and understand knowledge of various disciplines;
5) use various English language learning strategies;
6) use various English language learning resources;
7) use English to explore and understand various cultures in the world; and
8) use English to explore and understand the meaning of one’s own life.
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.
Office HourMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 13:00-17:00 p.m.
World Link, by Susan Stempleski, James R. Morgan, Nancy Douglas, 2011, Heinie Congage Learning
2. World Link: Student Book with CD
3. Supplementary Class Materials (SCM)