課程資訊
課程名稱
人類學研究成果英文發表
Presenting Anthropological Academic Research Results in English 
開課學期
106-1 
授課對象
文學院  人類學研究所  
授課教師
高德 
課號
Anth7118 
課程識別碼
125 M3170 
班次
 
學分
2.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期三3,4(10:20~12:10) 
上課地點
水源人308 
備註
本課程中文授課,使用英文教科書。
總人數上限:10人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1061Anth7118 
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課程概述

As anthropology and archaeology in Taiwan become increasingly internationalized, scholars need to learn how to effectively participate in global academic discourse. More and more, this typically means being able to present research results in English. Students in this course will learn how to prepare and present their research in a talk at an international meeting in English, including identifying relevant meetings in their field, seeking out sources of funding, preparing application materials and abstracts, planning their own conference sessions, making effective presentations with proper and powerful use of presentation software (e.g., MS PowerPoint or Apple Keynote), social interactions (“the Elevator Talk” and introducing yourself), and preparing and delivering a strong, concise, 15-minute talk on their research. We will also explore relevant digital library resources available to NTU researchers (such as electronic full-text and other databases) as well as how to submit your research to journals for publication. The orientation of this course is anthropological, stressing the production of research results of a high standard for an international audience of scholars: the course is not designed as instruction in English language usage, but students will be given opportunities to prepare, practice, and revise their presentations with constant feedback from their peers and teacher; we will also identify sources for students to seek help for English-language related issues. 

課程目標
This course will teach students how to prepare and present their research results in English in the form of a short talk for an international audience of scholars in their field. They will learn to identify relevant associations and other organizations that hold meetings in their field, as well as how to seek out journals to submit written research results for publication. 
課程要求
Attendance at all classes; participation in discussions and peer assessments; completion of all homework assignments before each session; final talk presentation.


評量方式
Class attendance 20%; participation and peer assessments 25%; homework assignments 25%; final presentation 30%
 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
每週一 11:00~13:00 
參考書目
No required print readings. Sessions will include primarily internet resources, such as conference sites, presentation technique and advice sites, paper and talk abstract sources, and video presentations for critique.


課程進度&
週次(18週)
Week 01 Introduction to the Course
Week 02 International Meetings for Anthropology and Archaeology Homework before class: Identify the major international meetings in your field, their date and where they occur, types of presentations, panels, poster sessions, etc. at the meeting, deadline for application, and requirements for application.

Week 03 Writing Your Abstracts. Types of abstracts (talk, session panel, published paper), what to include, what to exclude. Homework: Prepare a talk abstract in accordance with the rules of a meeting you plan to attend (typically 250-300 words in English)

Week 04 Planning Your Talk or Poster Session Homework: Prepare a basic talk outline and a mock-up of a poster describing a methodology you use, a theoretical issue covered, or a fieldwork experience, problem, or innovation.

Week 05 Electronic Resources and Bibliographic Skills: Identifying Related Research, NTU Library Resources Homework: Explore Taida online resources and describe what databases and search technologies you have used and why.
Week 06 Seeking Help: How Can I Improve My English Speaking and Writing? Homework: What do I do to improve my English? What resources have I used? What’s available at Taida and outside?
Week 07 Funding Your Research and Travel Homework: What sources of funding do I know about?
Week 08 Midterm Week (Personal Consultations with Teacher) Initial preparation of presentations.
Week 09 Proper Powerpoint, Powerful Powerpoint Homework: Prepare a 5-minute PPT that presents a paper you wrote or a recent research paper from a major journal by another author.

Week 10 Introducing yourself and meeting others: The “Elevator Talk”, Question and Answer Session Intro, Chatting Over a Meal. Introducing Others (Being a Panel Leader) Homework: Prepare a 90 second introduction to you and your research interests and background

Week 11 Organizing Your Own Session Homework: Design a dream session based on your research interests, including topic and potential speakers.
Week 12 Publishing Your Research in English Homework: Finding relevant journals in my field, their submissions guidelines, and their impact
Week 13 Student Practice Presentations and Critiques 1: Students will present for 15 minutes in a simulated meeting talk, followed by peer assessments of the presentation Homework: Prepare a 15 minute presentation as if to be given at a meeting.

Week 14 Student Practice Presentations and Critiques 2 (continued)
Week 15 Student Practice Presentations and Critiques 3 (continued)
Week 16 Final Presentations 1 Faculty and fellow students invited
Week 17 Final Presentations 2 Faculty and fellow students invited
Week 18 Final Exam Week


 
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