109年第2學期-3731 背包客英文 課程資訊
|Midterm exam||20||Reading 50%, Listening 50%|
|Final exam||20||Reading 50%, Listening 50%|
|Participation||20||Participation / Attendance|
|Travel Plan Report||20||Travel plan in written report|
|In-class role-play and presentation||20||Communicative ability|
On completion of the course, students should be able to
1.design their overseas travel plans;
2.book flight tickets, make hotel reservations, and arrange transportation;
3.ask for directions, negotiate prices, and order meals by themselves; and
4.solve problems or ask for help while on the road.
This course is designed to help students learn travel skills, knowledge and ways to design their travel plan. First, a variety of travel-related contents, information and conversations will be taught in class. Then, students work in pairs or groups to practice conversation through role-play or presentation. Later, some frequently encountered travel hassles or problems will be discussed and students will be challenged to figure out the solution. After they obtain enough travel information and skills, they will start to design their travel plan. For example, students have to arrange travel details such as flight bookings and hotel reservations as well as transport options and daily trip. Finally, they have to present their travel and budget plan in class.
Office HourBesides class time, students can meet me at lunch break on Friday at ELC or Teacher's Resource Room.
1. Air Travel and Tourism (Bookman)
2. New Survival English (Macmillan)
3. On the Road (CENGAGE Learning)
4. Instructor's handout