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授業情報

開講年度 2019年度 開講箇所 教育学部
科目名
Academic Reading & Writing II D

担当教員 オオガ-ボールドウィン ウィリアム
学期曜日時限 秋学期  水1時限
科目区分 英語英文学科 配当年次 2年以上 単位数 2
使用教室 16-507(コンピュータ教室) キャンパス 早稲田
科目キー 1503007017 科目クラスコード 04
授業で使用する言語 英語
  コース・コード LANE205S
大分野名称 語学
中分野名称 英語
小分野名称 英語
レベル 中級レベル(発展・応用) 授業形態 演習/ゼミ

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最終更新日時:2019/03/01 16:07:34

授業概要 In this course students will enhance basic academic writing skills that they have developed in Academic Reading & Writing I and build the foundation of academic research paper writing in order to prepare for writing term papers and graduation theses in their areas of specialization. In the first half of the course students will practice intensively to write well-structured essays in two different types of rhetorical organizations (comparison/contrast and argumentative essays). In the second half of the course students will learn how to conduct research on academic topics through searching for references, developing/revising paper drafts, and giving oral presentations on their topics of interest.

Throughout the course students will practice writing essays by using the Criterion® Online Writing Evaluation Service offered by Educational Testing Service, where instant feedback on essays based on automated scoring is available. As the final project of the course each student will write an essay of 1500-2000 words in length.
授業の到達目標 1. To become able to write well-structured comparison/contrast and argumentative essays
2. To understand the process of research paper writing
3. To build basic skills to write well-structured research papers on academic topics
4. To build basic skills to search for references as well as analyzing and citing sources
5. To build basic skills to prepare and give oral presentations on academic topics
事前・事後学習の内容 Students must complete assignments in the textbook before attending class and submit writing assignments via CourseN@vi and Criterion regularly. Students are also encouraged to review the instructor’s comments and automated feedback available from Criterion carefully and utilize them in future writing assignments.
授業計画 1.Introduction 
2.Comparison/contrast essays (1)
3.Comparison/contrast essays (2)
4.Argumentative essays (1)
5.Argumentative essays (2)
6.Introduction to research paper writing
7.Research paper writing and presentation: Brainstorming and outlining
8.Research paper writing and presentation: Collecting sources
9.Research paper writing and presentation: Analyzing sources
10.Research paper writing and presentation: Citing sources
11.Research paper writing and presentation: Drafting
12.Research paper writing and presentation: Preparing presentation slides
13.Research paper writing and presentation: Exchanging paper drafts
14.Student presentations on research papers (1)
15.Student presentations on research papers (2)
教科書 Oshima, A., & Hogue, A. (2014). Longman academic writing series 4: Essays. White Plains, NY: Pearson Education.
参考文献 Meyers, A. (2014). Longman academic writing series 5: Essays to research papers. White Plains, NY: Pearson Education.
成績評価方法 ○レポート
Final project (40%): As the final project students will (1) write a research paper of 1500-2000 words in length and (2) give a short oral presentation on the paper in class.
Essay writing assignments (40%): Students will be required to submit essays regularly through CourseN@vi and Criterion.

○平常点評価
・Class participation (20%)
備考・関連URL Be sure to bring an English dictionary to every class.

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