English for Science Leaders II

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HL207 English for Science Leaders II
과목번호 HL207
학점/이론시수/실습시수 2/3/0
교과구분 공통필수
대분류 DGIST특성화
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최초개설연도 2015
교수자 Jeong-Ah Lee, Anna Rose Hull, Philip Johnson, Or Aaron Cumberledge
개설학년 2
개설학기 2
교재 Jeong-Ah Lee & Ryan Ridings (2015). English for Science Leaders II: Academic Reading and Writing




In the academic world, English has become the de facto language of communication. With this in mind, the Academic Reading and Writing course has been designed to provide the means and opportunity to examine selected texts written by well-known scientists in the target language and to practice two types of writing assignments that are commonly given at college: an annotated bibliography and a literature review. Main activities, based on collaborative learning and the integrated approach to language skills, include reading and examination of academic material, writing formal and academic papers, pair/group discussions, (in)formal presentations/debates, and peer teaching. Students are expected to use English only.



You will not receive a letter grade for this course. Instead you will be awarded either satisfactory, for having met all the requirements of the course, or unsatisfactory, for failing to complete all assessments or for work that is below the minimum standard on any assessment as described in the relevant task guidelines.

You will get scores for your attendance, participation, quizzes, tests, and other assignments. These will be scored on a 0-100 point scale. At the end of the semester, you will need to have an overall score of 75 or above to pass the class.

Attendance (10%) TA Tutorial & Class Participation (10%) Ongoing Semester Assignments (20%) Midterm project - Annotated Bibliography Writing (20%) Final Project - Short Literature Review Writing (30%)