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|English II Advanced D(Business English)|
木曜日 7, 8時限
|Floyd McDaniel II|
|授業の概要||English II Business English - English communication in business situations; using proper business phrases, grammar and cultural awareness.|
|学習の目的||(1) Putting advanced English vocabulary, grammar and patterns to use in real-life situations, (2) Becoming introduced to business situations in the English speaking world, (3) Interacting in English, not merely passively listening, and (4) Doing all of these things in an "English-only" environment.|
|学習の到達目標||Students should gain greater confidence in speaking English, particularly in Business situations, and become familiar with some of the nuances that are particular to the business world.|
|教科書||Market Leader Business English Course Book"" Pre-Intermediate, 3rd Edition
David Cotton, David Falvey and Simon Kent
Financial Times Publishing; Pearson Education Limited
|成績評価方法と基準||Grades will be determined primarily on in-class participation and performance (about 50%), as well as writing projects, presentations, a final test, or other projects which may be assigned.|
|オフィスアワー||None, as I am a part-time teacher. However, I can be contacted easily by e-mail or on social media.|
|受講要件||Students who passed Mie University's TOEIC class, scored 600+ on TOEIC or have otherwise similarly high ability in English. Otherwise, there are no specific requirements. Students should know this class is *taught* 100% in English. Japanese will NOT be used in class, English will be used for communication in small groups or presentation work. All students should be prepared to work and think in English while in this class.|
|授業改善への工夫||The majority of this class - and the scores achieved - comes from in class performance. This includes group work, discussions, projects, and homework. There is a short final exam that makes up less than 50% of the final grade.|
|Key Word(s)||English only; English usage and culture in business situations|
|学習内容||Week 1 - Overview and Introduction to the class
Week 2 - Starting a new business
Week 3 - What problems are faced by new businesses?
Week 4 - Grammar focus: time clauses (by, until, when, after, as soon as, etc…)
Week 5 - Giving advice to new employees, proper pronunciation of numbers
Week 6 - Introduction to Marketing; market segments, product range, ad campaigns
Week 7 - Begin ad campaign project. First week; choose a company, write a slogan.
Week 8 - Second week of ad campaign: design a print ad and choose the proper outlet
Week 9 - Ad campaign week 3: Finalize print ad, peer review.
Week 10 - Ad Campaign week 4 - Turn in print ad, intro and begin TV ad script.
Week 11 - Ad Campaign week 5 - First draft of TV ad script, check for time, peer review.
Week 12 - Ad Campaign week 6 - Final draft of TV ads. Perform/Read, turn in.
Week 13 - Managing people; the proper qualities a good manager should have.
Week 14 - Successful business managers
Week 15 - Grammar focus: Reported speech; exam review.
Week 16 - Exam