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科目 Public Speaking a bグループ 
開講科目群 英文 
履修 必修 
年次
単位
開講科目ID ELRS2002 
開講期・曜日・時限 前期 火曜日 2時限
教職課程との対応  
教員氏名

クリストファー レイモンド ベイン(クリストファー レイモンド ベイン)

備考  



授業テーマ
Course
Theme
Planning and presenting topics in-depth as formal public speaking and formal public writing. 
授業概要
Course
Outline
To improve and refine students’ability to research, plan, organize and deliver speeches in public and to follow this with formal written organization and possibly essays on the same topic. 
学生が授業内で
PCを使用する科目
Yes 
実務経験のある
教員による科目
No 
実務経験との関連
(経験ありの場合のみ)
英語で授業を行う科目
Whether this class will be
conducted all in English (yes/no)
Yes 
課題解決型学習を取り入れている科目
Problem-solving learning method
is used in class (yes/no)
No 
討議(ディスカッション、ディベート)を取り入れている科目
There are discussions/debates
in class (yes/no)
No 
グループワークを取り入れている科目
There are group works in class
(yes/no)
Yes 
発表(プレゼンテーション)を取り入れている科目
There are presentations in class
(yes/no)
Yes 
フィールドワーク、実習、実験、実技を取り入れている科目
There are
fieldworks/training/experiments/
practices in class (yes/no)
No 
到達目標
Aim/goal
To build on the 1st Yr Presentation Workshop experience of presenting in English and to prepare for higher level research and writing requirements in 3rd and 4th Yr. The overall goal is to have all 2nd Yr students move into 3rd Yr understanding how to research, organize and deliver both a detailed presentation and essay in English.
Students will research, organize and deliver at least one detailed presentation in English from a choice of a ‘Comparative’ topic, ‘Original Research’ topic, or ‘Issue’ topic.
Students will follow each presentation with written work including a formal outline, and either parts or all of a written essay in English on the same topic.
Presentations will be done in a variety of combinations of pairs, groups or individuals. Written work will be done by individual students (some group work possible). The number of presentations, topics and combinations will be decided by individual instructors. Teachers may also include additional activities, small presentations or textbook work.
IMPORTANT - Instructors may adjust any parts of this syllabus depending on class needs. 
授業計画
Course Plan
第1回 Course Introduction & Orientation 
第2回 ‘Review Presentation’ Explanation & start development of ‘Review Presentation’ 
第3回 ‘Review Presentation’ 
第4回 Introduction/Explanation of Main Presentation & preliminary organization 
第5回 Development - e.g. brainstorming, rough planning 
第6回 Development - e.g. instructor conferencing, organization 
第7回 Development - e.g. language & non-verbal requirements 
第8回 Practice & Finalization 
第9回 Presentations (1) 
第10回 Presentations (2) 
第11回 (Presentations) Introduction/Explanation of Writing Requirements 
第12回 Development - e.g. models & planning / Presentation Feedback 
第13回 Development - e.g. rewriting / Presentation Feedback 
授業以外の学修
What Students
are expected
to do
outside of the class
Students need to keep in mind the aims/goals of the course and understand what needs to be done or prepared for the next class at all times. Several hours at least must be used to complete all assignments. They must meet the deadlines set for those assignments. Student should spend 3-4 hours over the week before a presentation on oral practice. If they are absent for any reason they must still follow all requirements. It is the students' responsibility to contact instructors if they are any questions. Especially they need to prepare for presentations, including contacting their peers. 
評価方法
Evaluation
Grades will be decided on a balanced performance in the following areas:
1. In-class participation 20%
2. Formal oral presentations 50%
3. Formal written requirements 20%
4. Notebooks or other sundry activities decided by the instructor (Instructors may add to these requirements) 10% 
課題(試験やレポート等)に対する
フィードバックの方法
Feedback methods on assignments
Feedback on any assignments will be given to both the class as a whole and then to individual students. Some feedback will be in written form but it will mostly be oral. Students are expected to pay attention to feedback and apply suggestions. If there are any questions about the feedback it is the student's responsibility to contact their instructor as soon as possible. 
履修前提要件
Prerequisites
None. This is a compulsory course in the Department of English Language and Literature. 
関連する
ディプロマポリシー
EDP1 EDP3 EDP4 EDP5 
使用テキスト
Textbook
to be used,
if any
必ず読まなければならない本や文献(購入する必要はないが、図書館等で参照を要するテキスト)Required books or materials (No purchase necessary, but students need to refer to them at places like libraries.)
読むことを推奨する本や文献(購入する必要はないが、図書館等で参照を要するテキスト)Recommended books or materials, if any. (No purchase nesessary, but students need to refer to them at places like libraries.)
テキストに
関する
連絡事項
Remarks
concerning
the text book,
if any
Instructions on textbooks will be given in class.
Students must have one A-4 size notebook for handout prints, class notes, presentation planning and other activities. This will be part of the class grade. Planning will be done in Notebooks, but most final written work will be typed, so easy computer access is important. 
更新日付 2021/02/26 10:55


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