時間割番号: 000090 科目番号: 00020001-C
英語c
English c
 
担当教員
 
開講時期 後期 対象年次 1  
・曜日・時間:水曜1限
・対象学科:医学科 歯学科
・科目を履修して得られる能力(コンピテンシー):
   別表3-1)
   別表3-4)
   別表4-5)
試験の受験資格  
「英語」はa,b,c,dの4クラスの成績(90%)と学年末に行われるoral testの成績(10%)を合わせて最終的な成績を算出します。4クラスすべての履修、およびoral testの受験は必須です。再評価の対象となるのは、英語abcdの各クラスに原則として3分の2以上出席した者です。ただし、4クラスのうち3クラス以上で60点未満の成績がついた者には原則として再評価の機会を与えません。
授業の目的、概要等  
Students will engage in a range of conversation activities (e.g., in pairs or small groups) and in speech/presentation activities to develop better English listening and speaking skills. New vocabulary will also be introduced. Particular grammatical structures will occasionally be targeted. Readings may be used in particular classes as bases for discussion.

The primary goals of this course are to improve English speaking and listening skills.
授業の到達目標  
To develop the ability to engage in extended discussions in English, without long pauses, on a range of topics without using dictionaries.

To improve the ability to speak in front of others using English.
授業方法  
Skills Instruction and Practice
授業内容  
Week 1: Orientation
Weeks 2-12: Skills Instruction and Continuous Assessment
Weeks 13-14: Review and/or Final Assessment
Week 15: Oral Test

Detailed class contents will be determined based on the needs of the class and are subject to change.
成績評価の方法  
評価:Participation: 25% assignments: 25%; discussion tests: 30%; final presentation: 20%

再評価: 有(再評価方法 「英語」としての学年末課題)

・上記のパーセンテージは、「英語a」についての評価方法です。「英語」はa,b,c,dの4クラスの成績(90%)と学年末に行われるoral testの成績(10%)を合わせて最終的な成績を算出します。
成績評価の基準  
「東京医科歯科大学全学共通科目履修規則 別表2」による
準備学習等についての具体的な指示  
Attendance and participation are both essential.
履修上の注意事項  
出欠管理システムの記録より、教員がとる出欠を優先させます。
備考  
You will need to access the course website or other online teaching materials during each lesson. Therefore, you must bring a wireless device (laptop, tablet, cell phone) with you to every lesson. Note: The screen of a cell phone may be too small for reading textbook pdfs.

Appropriate Use of Technology Policy: During the lesson you are encouraged to use any form of technology (cell phone, laptop, tablet, etc.) that will a) enhance your learning experience and b) will not negatively affect the learning experience of other students.
What is NOT acceptable is the use of technology during class for activities that are unrelated to the course. This includes shopping, watching sports, checking Facebook, emailing anyone, talking, texting, tweeting, playing games, watching movies or TV not assigned in class, or doing work that is due in another class.
参照ホームページ  
Students should have a Google account and be able to access the course folder on the Google drive.