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TeachersSASAKI YAMATOStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 2 1st semest [General Basic Subjects]
CategoryGeneral Basic Subjects
Classes①, 情報電子
Elective, CreditsRequisites 1credit
 Syllabus Number0A213

Course Description

This class is designated to achieve Educational Goals 1, 2, and 3 of the General Basic Subjects. In this class, the students are going to practice TOEIC Test, and take training to improve their listening and reading skills. In addition, the students are going to attain a logical and grammatical way to read English sentences. In order to apply active learning, it is also required to practice short conversations many times.

Course Objectives

The purpose of this course is to enable students to gain enough skills to solve basic TOEIC Test problems. It is also to enable students to read English passages on current events, and write and discuss the opinions regarding these events in English.

Grading Policy

Term test 60%
Mini-tests & Assignments 25%
Attitude towards class 15%

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
TextbookMASTERY DRILLS FOR THE TOEIC L&R TEST All in One Target 500
ISBN 978-4-342-55015-7
Hayakawa, K.Kirihara Shoten
References

Requirements(Assignments)

The students are required to bring dictionary to classes.
Absences must not exceed one-third of all the classes.
The students are required to study grammar points for next class by themselves. (30 mins)
After classes, the students are required to review what you have learned in the classes.

Note

Schedule

1Introduction / Reading and vocabulary proficiency tests
2Unit 1 Part 1 Photographs: Actions and Status
3Unit 1 Part 7 Single Passages: Tables and Forms
4Unit 2 Part 2 Question-Response: Wh Questions
5Unit 2 Part 7 Single Passages: Advertisements 
6Unit 3 Part 3 Conversations: Daily Conversations
7Unit 3 Part 5 Incomplete Sentences: Parts of Speech 
8Unit 4 Part 4 Talks: Announcements and Tours 
9Unit 4 Part 5 Incomplete Sentences: Verbs
10Unit 5 Part 1 Photographs: Conditions and Locations of Objects
11Unit 5 Part 7 Single Passages: Chats 
12Unit 6 Part 2 Question-Response: Requests, Suggestions and Invitations, Proposals 
13Unit 6 Part 7 Single Passages: Letters and E-mails
14Unit 7 Part 3 Conversations: Telephone Conversations
15Unit 7 Part 5 Incomplete Sentences: (Relative) Pronouns