|교수자||Jeong-Ah Lee, Anna Rose Hull, Philip Johnson, or Aaron Cumberledge|
|교재||Jeong-Ah Lee (2014). Communication Skills: Using English as an International Language |
English language is a tool for thought and communication. With this in mind, the Communication Skills course has been designed to provide meaningful and purposeful interactions where ideas and opinions are developed and expressed by actually using the target language. Through English, students will become adept critical thinkers and persuasive communicators and the English language will be the channel through which students cultivate and share their thoughts on topics directly relevant to young science leaders. Main activities, based on collaborative learning and the integrated approach to language skills, include reading, pair/group discussions, (in)formal presentations, and peer teaching. Students are expected to use English only.
Attendance (10%) TA Tutorial & Participation (10%) Ongoing Semester Assignments (20%)- Homework, quizzes, group, or individual work assigned, peer review sessions, and presentations throughout the semester. Project #1 (5%)– Writing an inquiry email Project #2 (15%) – Small Group Discussion Project #3 (20%) - 2 Paragraph Writing assignments Project #4 (20%) – Group presentation