111年第1學期-4040 大一英文 課程資訊
|Midterm & Final Exams||50||Reading (40%), Listening (30%), Communicative Component (30%)|
|In-Class||50||Quizzes (15%), Orals (15%), Writing (10%), Participation (10%)|
本課程名額為 35人，已有32 人選讀，尚餘名額3人。
On completion of the FENM course, students should be able to
1)enhance their English listening ability;
2)enhance their English speaking ability;
3)enhance their English reading ability;
4)enhance their English writing ability;
5)enhance their overall English communicative ability; and
6)enhance their knowledge of cultural diversity and international perspective.1)Engage students in in-class Q&As and group discussions on diversified topics.
2)Prepare students to master learning skills and attain proficiency in listening to, speaking in, reading in, writing in, and presenting in English via corresponding activities.
Freshman English for Non-English Majors (FENM) is a required course for the majority of freshmen at Tunghai University. This course is intended as a general four skills (namely, listening, speaking, reading, and writing) integrated English-as-a-foreign-language (EFL) course emphasizing English fluency in general contexts, i.e., English use for general purposes. Thereby, the course is designed to help students use their existing general knowledge about themselves and about the world along with the knowledge of the English language they have acquired to enhance their general English proficiency and enrich their personal background knowledge by using English to learn and communicate. Specifically, the FENM course maximizes students’ opportunities to use English in a wide variety of contexts both in and outside class. Furthermore, it provides an atmosphere that will increase students’ participation and confidence in a non-threatening, whole-English learning environment and that will facilitate students’ acquisition of new knowledge and skills of the English language and new knowledge about the world.
Office HourTuesdays 11:00-12:00 and Fridays 11:00-12:00 (A213-2)
Connectivity 2, by Allen Ascher and Joan Saslow, Pearson, 2022.
Handouts distributed in class.