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Academic WritingⅠ

"Academic Writing I" is designed to help graduate and undergraduate students understand and write academic essays necessary to participate in the academic conversations that form the intellectual community. This course pays special attention to learning the basic principles of reading, summarizing, and paraphrazing a text.
By writing multiple drafts of sentences, paragraphs, and summaries ranging in theme such as gender, race, class, and capitalism, and surveillance, the goal is to learn that writing is a process of forming and refining one's ideas. Rather than approaching writing as an innate talent, the course presents writing as a skill that can be practiced and developed.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
04210011
FLE-XX4102L2
Academic WritingⅠ
河田 英介
S1 S2
金曜2限
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教室
法文1号館 317教室
講義使用言語
日本語/英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
開講所属
文学部
授業計画
1. Class introduction 2. Elements of an Essay 3. Sentence Writing 4. Paragraph Writings 5. Methods of Citing Sources 6. Library Seminar I 7. Library Seminar II 8. Essay writing 9. Learning how to Paraphrase 10. Learrning how to organize a five paragraph essay 11. What is a revision? 12. Overview and Final Exam
授業の方法
This is a face-to-face course, and you will need to attend class and submit assignments on time. There will be plenty of reading and writing activities along with group discussion. We will discuss and write English as much as we can during the semester. The syllabus is subject to change.
成績評価方法
Class Performance (20%) Assignments (30%) Final Paper (50%)
教科書
Strunk, William, Jr. The Elements of Style, classic edition. Edited by Richard De'Amorelli. Spectrum, 2018.
参考書
Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. 9th edition. U Chicago P, 2018.
履修上の注意
Class participation is vital to this course. Students must be present on the first day of class to register. Students who have previously taken this course are encouraged to register for a higher level writing class.
その他
Substantive preparation for the next class is strongly encouraged because the class will be conducted based on the assumption that students have prepared.