|授業題目||Zemi I: World Englishes|
|授業の概要||This course is about developing knowledge of World Englishes and the research methods that can be used to investigate these Englishes. The desired outcome of Semester 1 is that students understand how English has developed over several millennia to become the world's only global language.|
|学習の到達目標||The aim is to raise students' awareness of the concept of World Englishes. The goal is for students to be familiar with the history of English and its development into a global language.|
|授業計画||第１回||History of English: Angles, Saxons, Jutes|
|第２回||History of English: 1st Diaspora|
|第３回||History of English: 2nd Diaspora|
|第４回||Global English: Facts and Figures|
|第５回||Global English: Globish|
|第６回||Global English: The Future of English|
|第７回||Circles of English: Inner|
|第８回||Circles of English: Outer|
|第９回||Circles of English: Expanding|
|第１０回||Japanese English: History|
|第１１回||Japanese English: Loanwords|
|第１２回||Japanese English: Wasei-eigo|
|第１３回||Linguistic Landscape: What is it?|
|第１４回||Linguistic Landscape: How to Study it|
|第１５回||Linguistic Landscape: Personal Project|
|授業外学習の課題||Students will be expected to study for at least 120 minutes per week out of class.
These are the 2 expectations of EVERY student on this course:
1) Use English as much as possible
2) Always REVIEW the last class and PREVIEW the next class
|履修上の注意事項||To be successful on this course, students need:
1) good attendance and time-keeping.
2) good classwork and homework.
3) good motivation and participation.
Credits will not be given if students are absent from class more than four times in one semester (including illness, traffic-related problems, family-related matters, etc.).
|成績評価の方法・基準||The grade for the semester is composed of:
1) Progress Tests/Tasks (80%)
2) Active Participation (20%)
*Lateness and absences will negatively affect grades.
*If a student is absent from a class, it is the STUDENT'S responsibility to contact a classmate or the teacher to find out about the classwork/homework.
|テキスト||Materials will be provided in class.|
|Students can make contact by (1) email (email@example.com) or (2) visiting my office (Building 3, office 316) or (3) speaking with me in class.|