△Communication Skills for Global Engineers IIIB[2B21]
Ｓ．ブルック 准教授 [ 教員業績 JP EN ]
- This course is designed to further introduce students to intermediate level Engineering English. Students will continue working in groups giving presentations on Engineering-related subjects. Students will further develop their communicative competence in Engineering English, critical thinking, and discussion skills. Students are expected to research, prepare for and contribute to weekly class discussions and complete all assigned tasks.
- There are no prerequisites, although completion of the second year English courses and the first semester CSGE course will help prepare students for this course.
- Use Engineering English in international environments and teams.
Students will practice all four skills in English and will further develop their intermediate skills in discussing technical topics in small groups, writing short reports, and giving presentations using Powerpoint.
- Week 1 Student orientation/Course overview
Week 2 Unit 10: Chemical Reactions
Week 3 Unit 11: Predictions and Alternatives
Week 4 Unit 12: Complaints and Explanations
Week 5 Unit 13: Progress and Experience
Week 6 Review and Test
Week 7 Presentations
Week 8 Unit 14: Technical Writing, Measurements and Conversions
Week 9 Unit 15 Locations and Directions
Week 10 Unit 16: Professional Writing
Week 11 Unit 17: Faults and Hazards
Week 12 Unit 18: Security and Risks
Week 13 Review and Test
Week 14 Presentations
Week 15 Course Review
This class is taught entirely in English.
- Assessment: Writing Tasks 20%, Presentations 30%,
Participation/Leadership/Homework 20%, Tests 30%
- Tech Talk Intermediate Student's Book, Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-457541-6
- Professional English in Use: Engineering, by Mark Ibbotson, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-73488-2
- To be advised by your individual teachers.
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