Time: Wednesday 9:10-12:00 am
Classroom: 外教中心 201
Instructor: Prof. Chin-jung Chiu
Office Phone: 3366-3154
Office Hours: by appointment for time
Email: jung @ntu.edu.tw
TA: 陳 奕 email@example.com
Mobile Phone: 0917167121
Aimed at enhancing the four skills, this course will improve students’ ability to think, speak, express and debate in English language. (1) Reading: Selections are from literary works including poetry, essays, drama, and, above all, selected scenes from Shakespeare’s plays. (2) Writing: Students are required to write two short compositions and one ppt script (for in-class presentation on an assigned topic). (3) Listening will cover a wide range of topics such as speed dating, secrets of the sexes, behavior training, national stereotypes and selections from BBC’s “Learning English” website. (4) Speaking aims at daily life conversation and topic-oriented presentation for college-level work. The three-hour course is in general divided into three sections: student presentation, in-class discussion, and guided reading for literary works. Organized around lectures and student discussions/presentations, the course is designed to be collaborative throughout.
Reminders for Students
1. If you miss three class sessions, you shall not expect to receive any favour when you fail the course.
2. Any late submission of compositions after the due date will incur late penalities: receiving a deduction of 2 points per calendar day. 3. All assignments have to be word-processed, double-spaced, and submitted in class or online according to Professor Chiu’s instruction. Note that Ceiba shuts off “uploading assignments” from 21-24 each day, so you must submit your composition before 9:00 pm.
4. Do not bring a laptop or other electronic device for use in class discussion except for presentation or performance.
評分標準 (Grading Policy)
The final grade will be based on exams, tests, presentations, performances, discussions and class participation (each ranges from 5%-25%), processed by Excel and open to inquiries.