English2
TeachersMAEHARA, YoshiyukiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 2 1st semest [General Basic Subjects]
CategoryGeneral Basic Subjects
Elective, CreditsRequisites 1credit
 Syllabus Number0A112

Course Description

A placement test is required for this course. By learning grammar, we can understand how sentences are constructed and how to construct sentences. We will do some exercises to check the understanding and to apply the grammatical knowledge to four skills: reading, listening, writing and speaking. The exercises will also help to develop vocabulary.
This class is designed to achieve Educational Goals 1, 2, and 3 of the General Basic Subjects.

Course Objectives

The purpose of this course is to enable students to learn elementary level grammar to improve English proficiency.

Grading Policy

Exercises in class, participation, assignments (40%) and the term-end examination (60%)

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
TextbookENGLISH QUEST BASIC [New Edition]清田 洋一 / 酒井 志延 / 箕輪 美里 / 田辺 章 / 大崎 さつき / Michael Farquharson桐原書店
ISBN: 978-4-342-55006-5
References

Requirements(Assignments)

Students will be encouraged to prepare for classes. They should check the words they don't know and try the exercises in the textbook. Students should remember to review after class. Dictionaries are very useful and students should use them as often as possible.( 90 minutes per class)

Note

Classes will follow the order in the textbook. If there is any change of the order, advance notice will be provided in class. Supplementary materials may be provided in class. Students should bring a dictionary to class. More information about it will be given at the first class.

Schedule

1Overview of course
2UNIT 1 I LOVE JUNK FOOD
3UNIT 2 A NEW MEMBER
4UNIT 3 HELP!
5UNIT 4 PET! PET! PET!
6UNIT 5 HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A UFO?
7UNIT 6 ONLINE SHOPPING
8UNIT 7 LUCKY CHARM IN A SOBA SHOP
9UNIT 8 FISHING IS EXCITING
10UNIT 9 ANGELS IN WHITE
11UNIT 10 ROBOT
12UNIT 11 BAND CONTEST
13UNIT 12 LET'S GO TO A MUSEUM!
14UNIT 13 MISS YOU
15UNIT 14 GOODBYE, LINDA