All-English training for giving a campus tour
This course appears in the course catalog as 英語演習中級ー11
(English Seminar, intermediate level, class 11).
Class meets during wed1 in room E215, a non-CALL classroom in E building. This course uses CALL, but does not
meet in a CALL classroom. You will use CALL for self-study after class.
Registration is limited to 25 students. To register, you must enter and win the course registration lottery between 2013-09-27 and 2013-10-03. Lottery results were announced on 2013-10-07 at 08:30.
This course is offered to all freshmen (that is, freshmen in "kiso 基礎
" classes 1 through 52) who scored between 420 and 530 in TOEFL-ITP.
Prerequisite: e2 (英語
II, English II).
In this one-semester wholly-English course, students acquire skills to meet people, give walking directions on or near campus, and suggest and explain sightseeing spots.
If the course progresses rapidly, students will also become able to: explain how to order food, pay, eat, and bus dishes at the campus cafeteria; explain the names, ingredients, cooking methods, and eating techniques of common Japanese food and drink; and explain restaurant menus written in Japanese.
Much of the work for this course is done in class by practicing conversations.
Students shall prepare for class by studying words and phrases that will be used in conversations.
You may study with friends during and after class.
Class slides and assignments are on glexa
Watch this class from 2012 fall semester on Hokudai's Open CourseWare
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