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08H0086013
FAS-HA4B02L2
応用日本語(1)漢字&楽読(L1)
Applied Japanese (1): Kanji and Pleasure Reading (L1)
松下 達彦
MATSUSHITA Tatsuhiko
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
Applied Japanese (1): Kanji and Pleasure Reading (L1) (Elementary)

This course is designed mainly for non-Chinese (i.e. non-Kanji) background beginner students (L1). For the first half of the course, students will learn the basics of Japanese orthographic system and structure of Kanji. Some useful methods of learning them are also introduced. For the second half, the main aim is to help students practice reading. Through graded readers, students will not only gain fluency on processing vocabulary and grammar but also learn Japanese culture and society. Specifically, by the end of the course, students are expected to be able to 1) understand different types of Japanese characters and how they work in Japanese, 2) understand the common components and the structure of Kanji, 3) understand the different types of Kanji readings (pronunciations) and the word formation with Kanji, 4) recognize and type/handwrite some Kanji vocabulary covered in the main course books “Genki” I for Intensive Japanese I, 5) understand common Kanji signs used in town, 6) use various effective ways for learning Kanji including the use of reference books, smartphone apps and web-based tools. 7) engage in reading Japanese independently, 8) expand knowledge of Japanese culture and society, and 9) process lexical and grammatical knowledge more fluently.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 未定 To Be Arranged
講義使用言語 Language:日本語/英語 Japanese/English
30635
CAS-TC1200S1
全学自由研究ゼミナール(PEAK)(国際・地域II)(International and Area Studies II)
Specialized Seminar
SHOKOUHI Marjan
SHOKOUHI Marjan
S1S2 水曜1限
Wed 1st
Introduction to Comparative Literature and Literature in Translation

From the ancient epic and dramatic traditions of the world to poetry written in different forms and languages to the novels of the modern period, there is not a single text that can be called truly self-sufficient. As Ben Hutchinson has mentioned in Comparative Literature: A Very Short Introduction (2018), literature, after all, exists only comparatively and the acts of reading and writing are integrated into an existing network of characters, plots, traditions, frameworks, etc. In other words, how we understand one work of literature depends on and relates to how we understand another work of literature. This course starts with a survey of the first literary traditions around the world and the movement of ideas, forms, and influences from one period and geographical location to another. The students will read samples of literary texts (original and in translation) from a variety of traditions including English, Japanese, French,Spanish, German, and Persian and explore various themes and subjects within the areas Comparative Literature and Weltliteratur. The lectures will familiarize students with the basics of literary analysis and engagement with texts in the context of World Literature. The aim is to arrive at a more comprehensive understanding of literature and to share worldviews embedded in literary cultures around the world. The language of instruction is English and no prior knowledge of literary texts or a second language is necessary.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K401 21 KOMCEE West Room K401
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30632
CAS-GC1B20L3
国際・地域Ⅱ(PEAK)
International and Area Studies II (PEAK)
SHOKOUHI Marjan
SHOKOUHI Marjan
S1S2 水曜1限
Wed 1st
Introduction to Comparative Literature and Literature in Translation

From the ancient epic and dramatic traditions of the world to poetry written in different forms and languages to the novels of the modern period, there is not a single text that can be called truly self-sufficient. As Ben Hutchinson has mentioned in Comparative Literature: A Very Short Introduction (2018), literature, after all, exists only comparatively and the acts of reading and writing are integrated into an existing network of characters, plots, traditions, frameworks, etc. In other words, how we understand one work of literature depends on and relates to how we understand another work of literature. This course starts with a survey of the first literary traditions around the world and the movement of ideas, forms, and influences from one period and geographical location to another. The students will read samples of literary texts (original and in translation) from a variety of traditions including English, Japanese, French,Spanish, German, and Persian and explore various themes and subjects within the areas Comparative Literature and Weltliteratur. The lectures will familiarize students with the basics of literary analysis and engagement with texts in the context of World Literature. The aim is to arrive at a more comprehensive understanding of literature and to share worldviews embedded in literary cultures around the world. The language of instruction is English and no prior knowledge of literary texts or a second language is necessary.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K401 21 KOMCEE West Room K401
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30637
CAS-PG1B20L3
国際・地域Ⅱ(PEAK)
International and Area Studies II (PEAK)
SHOKOUHI Marjan
SHOKOUHI Marjan
S1S2 水曜1限
Wed 1st
Introduction to Comparative Literature and Literature in Translation

From the ancient epic and dramatic traditions of the world to poetry written in different forms and languages to the novels of the modern period, there is not a single text that can be called truly self-sufficient. As Ben Hutchinson has mentioned in Comparative Literature: A Very Short Introduction (2018), literature, after all, exists only comparatively and the acts of reading and writing are integrated into an existing network of characters, plots, traditions, frameworks, etc. In other words, how we understand one work of literature depends on and relates to how we understand another work of literature. This course starts with a survey of the first literary traditions around the world and the movement of ideas, forms, and influences from one period and geographical location to another. The students will read samples of literary texts (original and in translation) from a variety of traditions including English, Japanese, French,Spanish, German, and Persian and explore various themes and subjects within the areas Comparative Literature and Weltliteratur. The lectures will familiarize students with the basics of literary analysis and engagement with texts in the context of World Literature. The aim is to arrive at a more comprehensive understanding of literature and to share worldviews embedded in literary cultures around the world. The language of instruction is English and no prior knowledge of literary texts or a second language is necessary.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K401 21 KOMCEE West Room K401
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31D210-0570S
GAS-IC6B17S3
文化人類学演習III
Seminar on Cultural Anthropology III
ラム,スンメイ
LUM, Soon May
S1S2 水曜3限
Wed 3rd
Communicating Cultural Anthropology Research

The objective of this seminar is to prepare PhD or MA students of Cultural Anthropology in communicating their research to the international community. The seminar covers various aspects of communication, including writing e-mails and various types of academic papers, book and peer reviews, and presentation of papers at international conferences.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場14号館 407室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31M210-0570S
GAS-IC6B17S3
文化人類学演習III
Seminar on Cultural Anthropology III
ラム,スンメイ
LUM, Soon May
S1S2 水曜3限
Wed 3rd
Communicating Cultural Anthropology Research

The objective of this seminar is to prepare PhD or MA students of Cultural Anthropology in communicating their research to the international community. The seminar covers various aspects of communication, including writing e-mails and various types of academic papers, book and peer reviews, and presentation of papers at international conferences.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場14号館 407室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30328
CAS-PF1123L2
日本語インテンシブⅢ(PEAK)
Intensive Japanese III (PEAK)
松下 達彦
MATSUSHITA Tatsuhiko
S1 火曜2限 金曜1限
Tue 2nd Fri 1st
Intensive Japanese III (Group IV, L6-7)

This course is designed for students at the advanced level who are able to read academic/formal texts without much difficulty by looking up some new words occasionally. The aim of this course is to help students develop language and socio-cultural knowledge through intensive listening and reading. Basic training will also be provided for discussing issues both orally and in writing. The topics for this course are mainly on academic domains. Students are also expected to improve their ability to manage their own study and life. Specifically, by the end of the course, students are expected to be able to 1) increase vocabulary and socio-cultural knowledge to understand common academic prose and speech in domains such as humanities, social sciences and environmental sciences, without much difficulty, 2) use various styles of Japanese such as formal/polite/casual speech or writing depending on the situation and purpose, 3) master the manner of creating new knowledge from collaboration, multi-angle perspectives and critical thinking through discussion, presentation and essay writing, 4) expand the intellectual network and acquire knowledge for exploring issues based on a suitable academic framework in humanities, social sciences or natural sciences, and 5) manage their own study and everyday life independently by using the Japanese language.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場10号館 10-201、駒場10号館 10-206 Komaba Bldg.10 Room 10-201,Komaba Bldg.10 Room 10-206
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
31224
CAS-PG1L14L2
応用日本語(4)(PEAK)
Applied Japanese (4) (PEAK)
片山 智子
KATAYAMA Tomoko
S1S2 金曜3限
Fri 3rd
Applied Japanese (4):Reading for Pleasure (L2-L3)

This course is designed for L2 and L3 students. This course aims to help students find pleasure in their independent reading.  A variety of reading materials such as folk tales, simplified versions of literature, texts introducing Japanese culture, history etc. will be available. Students choose their own reading material. Students are led to read for different reasons (e.g., the obtaining of information, the enjoyment of a story) and, consequently, in different ways (e.g., skimming; scanning; more careful reading). Students will gain reading strategies and fluency in reading as well as knowledge of Japanese culture and society. The objectives of this course are: 1) to enjoy reading Japanese and engage in independent reading, 2) to practice such strategies as guessing at or ignoring unknown words or passages, going for the general meaning, 3) to learn to read long texts enjoying the content without stopping, 4) to expand knowledge of Japanese culture and society, 5) to become able to discuss the readings.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場1号館 166教室 Komaba Bldg.1 Room 166
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30135
CAS-FC1114S3
英語二列W(ALESS)
English Language
マニナン ジョン
MANINANG John
S1S2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd
Active Learning of English for Science Students (ALESS)

In this course, students learn about formal scientific writing and style in English; the organization, language, and rhetoric of scientific papers; and the process of writing and preparing formal papers through peer review and revision.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 情報教育棟 E39教室 Komaba Information Education Bldg. Room E39
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30227
CAS-FC1114S3
英語二列W(ALESS)
English Language
マニナン ジョン
MANINANG John
S1S2 月曜4限
Mon 4th
Active Learning of English for Science Students (ALESS)

In this course, students learn about formal scientific writing and style in English; the organization, language, and rhetoric of scientific papers; and the process of writing and preparing formal papers through peer review and revision.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 情報教育棟 E39教室 Komaba Information Education Bldg. Room E39
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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