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科目名 英語ライティングⅣ(応用2) 
担当者氏名

藤原 康弘

全開講対象学科 外国語学部国際英語学科
年次 2年次 
クラス  
講義学期 後期 
単位数
必選区分 必修科目 
学期・曜日・時限  
部門 専門教育部門-第一外国語科目 
備考  



準備学習・事後学習
毎回、授業時間の半分の自学自習をすること。 
履修上の留意
Students will learn how to write essays in this course. They will learn about what the elements of a good essay are, the organization of an essay, and some specific suggestions for writing appealing essays. They will also learn the specifics about certain genres of essay. Students will also be taught specific writing skills that are aligned with the CEFR level of their course. 
授業の概要と目的
Learning how to write basic essays in English.
(ナンバリングコード:FE21014) 
サブタイトル
Essay genre writing. 
到達目標
By the end of this course, students should have attained knowledge of how to organize an essay, and what kind of elements make an essay good. They will have specifically learned how to write both process and comparison style essays. Students will have also learned a variety of shorter, practical writing skills. 
授業計画
【項目欄】 【内容欄】
1. Course Introduction / Textbook Chapter: What is an Essay?(1)  Students will be taught part of the textbook chapter and learn the writing skills involved regarding writing essays. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
2. Textbook Chapter: What is an Essay?(2)  Students will continue to be taught part of the textbook chapter and learn the writing skills involved regarding writing essays. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
3. Textbook Chapter: What is an Essay?(3)  Students will continue to be taught part of the textbook chapter and learn the writing skills involved regarding writing essays. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
4. Textbook Chapter: Understanding the Writing Process  Students will continue to be taught part of the textbook chapter and learn the writing skills involved regarding writing essays. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
5. Textbook Chapter: Paraphrasing, Summarizing, Synthesizing, and Citing Sources  Students will continue to be taught part of the textbook chapter and learn the writing skills involved regarding writing essays. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
6. Textbook Chapter: Process Essays(1)  Students will begin to learn about process essays and the writing skills necessary to create them though the textbook chapter. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
7. Textbook Chapter: Process Essays(2)  Students will continue to learn about process essays and the writing skills necessary to create them though the textbook chapter. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
8. Textbook Chapter: Process Essays(3)  Students will continue to learn about process essays and the writing skills necessary to create them though the textbook chapter. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
9. Textbook Chapter: Comparison Essays(1)  Students will begin to learn about comparison essays and the writing skills necessary to create them though the textbook chapter. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
10. Textbook Chapter: Comparison Essays(2)  Students will continue to learn about comparison essays and the writing skills necessary to create them though the textbook chapter. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
11. Textbook Chapter: Comparison Essays(3)  Students will continue to learn about comparison essays and the writing skills necessary to create them though the textbook chapter. Students will also learn a practical writing skill aligned with the CEFR level of the course. 
12. Free Writing / In-Class Peer Review(1)  Students will engage in free writing to find common student errors. Students will also do a peer review of each other's essays. 
13. Sentence-level Basics(1)  Students will review sentence-level basics from the textbook to avoid basic errors in their essay writing. 
14. Sentence-level Basics(2)  Students will review sentence-level basics from the textbook to avoid basic errors in their essay writing. 
15. Free Writing / In-Class Peer Review(2)  Students will engage in free writing to find common student errors. Students will also do a peer review of each other's essays. 
テキスト
【書籍名】 【著者】 【出版社】
1. Great Essays 5   K. Folse and T. Pugh   National Geographic Learning ISBN: 978-1-285-75075-0 
参考文献
【書籍名】 【著者】 【出版社】
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授業方法の形式
Essay basics learning from the textbook, essay genre learning from the textbook, free writing, group discussion, peer-review, practical writing tasks, homework writing tasks connected to the textbook, in-class first draft writing of essays, final draft writing homework assignments 
成績評価方法及び評価基準
Final Test (30%), Essay 1 (25%), Essay 2 (25%), Class participation (10%), Homework Assignments(10%) 
受講生へのメッセージ
It is hoped that this course will help improve your ability to write a good essay in English. 
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