|開講学期／Semester||2015年度／Academic Year 前期／Spring Semester|
|開講曜限／Class period||月/Mon 2|
|配当年次／Years||2年 , 3年 , 4年|
|更新日／Date of renewal||2015/03/31|
／Course Objectives and method
This course is prepared for third year students who have taken the 2nd year E-learning TOEIC preparation classes and TOEIC IP test in their second year, and could not score 500. The course will give students the opportunity to learn more about the parts of the TOEIC test, situations considered in the TOEIC test, and essential grammar for the TOEIC test. Students will do TOEIC practice using both paper and online practice materials. Students will also engage in discussions to address some business issues that are related to the TOEIC situations.
In this course, TOEIC score is not compulsory. However, students are encouraged to take the TOEIC test for self-evaluation.
Students will acquire the skills and strategies they need to increase their scores on the Listening and Reading sections of the TOEIC test. The course would also be beneficial to students who intend to take the TOEIC speaking test.
At the end of this course, students are expected to develop their Listening, Reading and Speaking skills in business situations.
• Situations in TOEIC test
• Parts of TOEIC test
• Strategies in approaching each part of the TOEIC test
• Essential Grammar for TOEIC test
• Paper and Online TOEIC practice
• Discussion of business issues that relate to TOEIC situations
• Mini Test (Twice)
• TOEIC-style final exam organized by the teacher
1. Online and printout Materials.
2. E-learning materials.
Attendance, In-Class work, Homework (50%)
Mini Tests and Final Exam/ TOEIC score (50%)
To qualify for this course, students must be in their 3rd year. And, they should have taken the 2nd year E-learning TOEIC preparation classes and TOEIC IP test in their second year, and could not score 500.
Take attendance and homework seriously in order to benefit from this course. If you absent yourself from the class without any tangible reasons, you may lose your credit.
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