98年第2學期-3328 大一英文 課程資訊
|A.In-class Part||50||Quizzes 15% +Oral 15% +Writing 10%+Participation 10%|
|B. Exam Part||50||Mid-term and Final Exams: Communicative components 15% (7.5% x2)+Listening 15% (7.5% x 2)+ Reading 20% (10%x2)|
Students who complete the course are expected to be able to use their general knowledge about the world to understand and communicate in English. The objectives include:
1. ability to listen to English with enough comprehension in order to respond appropriately,
2. ability to use reading skills such as akimming, scanning, identifying the main idea, inferencing, and gussing the meaning of vocabulary in contex in order to understand academic texts,
3. ability to use written English for academic purposes, such as writing summaries and reading reactions in the format of paragraphs and
4. ability to speak/respond spontaneously and appropriately, and abilityt to ask for clarifications.
Aims of Course
Freshman English for Majors is a four-skills course taught exclusively to majors of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. The goal of the course is primarily to improve students’ proficiency in communicative language skills with an emphasis on speaking and writing. A functional, notional approach is taken to planning objectives to help students gain confidence in using the English in social interactions. Therefore, active participation in the class is a prerequisite for successful completion.
A variety of activities are used throughout the year including dialogues, role-plays, pair work, small group projects and whole class discussions. The syllabus includes a general review of grammar and many class activities attempt to integrate these grammar components. Therefore, students are given the opportunity to apply the rules to real-life situations that they might encounter in an English-speaking country. Teachers encourage students to monitor their grammar usage while improving their level of fluency.
上課時間：五/1[FL011] 一/3[英聽室] 一/4,三/3,4[MⅡ103]
Office HourOffice Hours: Friday 9-11 am Location of my office: FL 102D Other time and places: Right after class in the classroom or by appointment
Active Skills for Reading (Book 3) by Neil J. Anderson (2008). New York: Thomson Heinle.
Winterbreak: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Penguin)
Readers for the second semester: Oliver Twist (Oxford); A Tale of Two Citites (Penguin), Tales from Shakespeare (Penguine).