111年第1學期-4135 大二英文：日常溝通 課程資訊
|Attendance and Participation||20|
|Midterm and Final Projects||40|
|In-Class Assignments and Quizzes||20|
本課程名額為 25人，已有31 人選讀，尚餘名額-6人。
授課教師Amanda Parmley Wu
**Find Your Voice (英語大聲公)**
Have you spent years studying English but still get scared to open your mouth and speak English out loud? Then, it's time for you to FIND YOUR VOICE! In this speaking course, you'll find an encouraging teacher who offers a safe place for you to try to express your own ideas in English. We'll talk about relationships, food, life goals, and more. We won't focus on learning new vocabulary and grammar; instead, we'll focus on using what you already know, building confidence and fluency in your use of English for communicating. So, come join us and find your English voice. Come learn how to speak out what's inside!
The SENM program is a student-centered module-based program which offers students choices and small, interactive classes. The program encourages students to tailor their English learning to their specific needs and interests by offering four semester-based modules: Career and Profession, Daily Communication, Multiculturalism, and Self-Expression Skills. Additionally, within each of the four modules, there are different themes, or topics, around which each course‘s curriculum is built. Each SENM student can choose two different module courses in one academic year according to their needs and interests. The program’s small class size (no more than 25 students) means that a variety of class activities such as discussions, role plays, and presentations are an integral part of the program.
This specific course belongs to the Daily Communication Module. This module emphasizes real-life English for effective communication. It provides conversation models and practices for a variety of common scenarios in everyday life. Apart from daily-life vocabulary, frequently-used colloquial and idiomatic expressions are the two major language components covered.
On completion of the course, students should be able to
1) use effectively the vocabulary and expressions acquired in the course to address daily-life topics;
2) use spontaneously the conversation strategies acquired in the course to initiate, sustain, and end communication;
3) communicate with others effectively in various daily-life situations; and
4) express themselves in English more confidently.
選課備註：英語大聲公 Find Your Voice；詳見授課大綱
授課教師：Amanda Parmley Wu
Office HourLAN 106-C Tuesday 10am-12pm and by appointment
Impact Issues 2: Presenting Your Ideas in English 3rd Edition
by Richard R. Day, Joseph Shaules, Junko Yamanka
Published by Pearson
MUST BE A NEW BOOK