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講義名 English Writing A(3) 
英文科目名 English Writing A 
科目ナンバー L00BAS1109 
担当者

コホ Jr.J.C.

科目群 実用英語 
対象学年 1年 
単位数
開講期間 後期 
曜日・時限・教室 後期 火曜日 3講時 D-101教室(コンピュータ教室)



授業のねらい
This is an introductory writing course. Its aim is to develop basic writing skills. Students will experience writing as communication; they will practise and produce writing, develop basic research and word-processing skills, reflect on their studies and university life through writing, and effectively target potential readers around their environment. 
履修者が到達すべき目標
1. Practice writing on paper and on a computer.
2. Use your knowledge and ideas, and write about familiar topics.
3. Learn and practice different ways to express yourself in writing.
4. Communicate with others through writing.
5. Learn basic research skills.
6. Manage and organise your portfolio. 
授業の進め方
学修上の助言
【授業の進め方】
In each class, students will improve their basic writing skills through 1) free-writing activities, both on paper and on a computer, to develop fluency, and 2) more focused tasks to develop linguistic accuracy.
Students will practice how to integrate skills with emphasis on both language and meaning. They will gather and organise ideas, learn how to review and edit their work, and they will cover common topics such as everyday life and school life.
【学習上の助言】
You will have a file to keep all your work; you will be responsible for it. Also, you will need to keep all your writing stored digitally (e.g., a USB stick, computer folder, cloud service, etc). It's your responsibility to keep your data safe and easy to access. This file and all your digital files are part of your portfolio and it must be complete by the end of the course. 
アクティブ・ラーニングの要素の有無
Classes involve groupwork (from small groups to whole-class activities) and individual work. Several sessions also include peer review, problem solving, and problems using authentic information. 
ICTを活用した双方向型授業の有無
Resources, such as quizzes, questionnaires and worksheets, will be available online (Moodle). Students will sometimes use computers for research and for preparing materials, reports and essays. 
授業内容・計画
回数 授業、事前・事後学修の内容 時間
1 事前   Syllabus check; preparation for the course.   
授業   Orientation; Narrative paragraphs - Fluency 
事後   Review exercise.   
2 事前   Preview exercise.   
授業   Narrative paragraphs - Accuracy 
事後   Review exercise.   
3 事前   Preparation for writing task.   
授業   Experience task 1 - Writing about a familiar topic 
事後   Task completion and submission.   
4 事前   Preview exercise.   
授業   Descriptive paragraphs - Fluency 
事後   Review exercise.   
5 事前   Preview exercise.   
授業   Descriptive paragraphs - Accuracy 
事後   Review exercise.   
6 事前   Preparation for writing task.   
授業   Shared task 1 - focus group writing 
事後   Task completion and submission.   
7 事前   Preparation for writing task.   
授業   Integrated skills task 1 - basic reading and writing 
事後   Task completion and submission.   
8 事前   Self study (review of skills and tasks).   
授業   Time attack writing task 1 
事後   Self study (review of skills and tasks).   
9 事前   Preview exercise.   
授業   Compare and contrast paragraphs - Fluency 
事後   Review exercise.   
10 事前   Preview exercise.   
授業   Compare and constrast paragraphs - Accuracy 
事後   Review exercise.   
11 事前   Preparation for writing task.   
授業   Guided task 1 - describing an event 
事後   Task completion and submission.   
12 事前   Preparation for writing task.   
授業   Integrated skills task 2 - four basic skills 
事後   Task completion and submission.   
13 事前   Preparation for writing task.   
授業   Independent task 1 - writing about an unfamiliar topic 
事後   Task completion and submission.   
14 事前   Self study (review of skills and tasks).   
授業   Review tasks; time attack writing task 2 
事後   Self study (review of skills and tasks).   
15 事前   Self study (review of skills and tasks).   
授業   Feedback, course evaluation and conclusion 
事後   Summary of course; post-class reflection and response questionnaire.   
授業科目に関連する実務経験の内容とその経験を活かした授業の展開
I taught ESL (English as a second language) for students of various cultural and linguistic backgrounds in Auckland, New Zealand, in 2009/2010.
I have worked as a content reviewer and copyeditor for academic journals and conferences. 
成績評価の基準と方法
課題に対するフィードバックの方法
In-class writing exercises: 20%
Writing tasks: 40% (10% x 4)
Time-attack tasks: 20% (10% x 2)
Integrated skills writing tasks: 20% (10% x 2) 
テキスト
No 著者名 書籍名 出版社 ISBN/ISSN
1. Writing for Fluency and Accuracy  『Boon, Andy』  Cengage Learning  9784863123069 
参考文献
関連ページ
1. Education and Research Achievements  https://researchmap.jp/kochjr/   
備考
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this course is online, on-demand. We will do some face-to-face classes when it becomes possible.
Students should not be absent more than 5 times.
Students who are not participating in the class, and/or are not contributing to the class or their own learning, may be considered absent.
Students should keep in mind the assignments' deadlines. Writing assignments should be handed in on time. 50% will be deducted from the assignment score for late assignments.
Students may request extension of deadlines under special circumstances. 
教員e-mailアドレス
kochjr (アットマーク) sgu.ac.jp 
オフィスアワー
研究室を訪ねる場合は、事前にメールにてアポイントメントをとること(A-508)。 
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