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新領域創成科学特別講義Ⅹ

Socio-Scientific Talks, Presentations & Writing Projects I: Explanatory Skills for High Quality and Low Stress Communication An emphasis will be placed on the challenges of explaining topics that may involve a high degree of complexity and/or uncertainty and may include ambiguous or volitie circumstances. Note: Socio-Scientific Talks, Presentations & Writing Projects II will place an emphasis on the challenges involved in presentation that inspire some sort of change or taking some sort of action such as a large policy changes or small behavioral change
By the end of the course students should be able to

Craft and deliver impactful statements.
Organize a writing product and presentation using questions.
Revise writing and presentations for unity and coherence.
Craft and deliver Assertion-Evidence style slides.
Deliver presentations with confident body language.
Confidently handle a question & answer session.

To ensure you are on the path to develop the knowledge, skills and mindset necessary for successful, high quality and low stress Socio-Scientific presentations we will explore why and how exceptional presenters become enthusiastic and share their enthusiasm with their audience.

As necessary we will review of the basic elements of good technical writing such as the typical IMRAD structure, style, logic, data analysis, and typical errors concerning the English language and mechanics (punctuation, capitalization, format, etc.); and good technical presentations such as PowerPoint slide design and simple animation, color use, posture, voice, gestures, and other aspects of delivering a presentation in front of a group.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
47000-34
GFS-CC6C01L3
新領域創成科学特別講義Ⅹ
Consalvi Paul Andrew
S1 S2
集中
マイリストに追加
マイリストから削除
教室
新領域環境棟 2F 講義室2
講義使用言語
英語
単位
1
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
新領域創成科学研究科
授業計画
Kashiwa Campus Environmental Building Lecture Room 2 4th period  Wednesdays 14:55-16:40 4/21 4/28 5/19 5/26 6/2 6/9 6/16 6/23
授業の方法
This course will be run primarily as an interactive workshop. Students should be ready to actively participate at all times. As much as possible we will use an Inquiry Based Learning Approach. In Inquiry-Based Learning workshops, students are generally requested to assess their current knowledge about the learning objectives and their skill level (i.e. level of confidence in applying what they know about the topic to actually generating outputs and outcomes). Students are then requested to consider what the would like to know or learn. Teaching points introduced by the instructor each class will, in general, be chosen from the questions generated by the students. Every effort will be made to reinforce what is being learned by examples, and by completing “stretch” homework. Sometimes, students may be given a task first, and the teaching points then follow. Learning Objective/ Teaching Points will include a manageable number of topics.. The depth of instruction will depend on the student’s level of interest and ultimately the types of questions they ask *The points covered and the speed of progression depend on how well students internalize the teaching points.
成績評価方法
Grades are determined individually (not on a curve or using a scale) and will involve discussions with the Instructor: This is primarily a SKILLS based course and the main criteria in determining a final grade is the "quality of effort". Students will be required to self-evaluate the Quality of their Effort including: Attendance/ Participation / Collaboration: For attaining high marks you should prepare for each class and pro-actively participate in discussions and activities. The quality of effort needed to produce high quality outputs such as mini-presentations and the Final Presentation
教科書
No required text. Materials will be provided by the instructor. https://docs.google.com/*****
参考書
https://docs.google.com/*****
履修上の注意
Notes: Attendance Students are expected to attend every class. Absences obviously affect your grade. If you must miss any workshop for any reason it's your responsibility to meet with the Instructor or Teaching Assistant. Note: Students who do not attend all or most of the classes, who attend classes but do not actively participate, and/or who do not make a concerted effort to improve based on the concepts, tools and techniques introduced by the instructor should not expect to receive a「優」grade for the course.