Course title
062130001
TOEIC II

MURAKAMI Kayoko Click to show questionnaire result at 2019

SHINTANI Mayu

UMEHARA Yu

OMI Jun
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OGAWA Mihoko

KAWAMOTO Fusako Click to show questionnaire result at 2019

KUBOTA Hiroe

PRICE GREGORY

KOJIMA Yoshio

SUZUKI Ryogo

SUDO Maki

DAVID GEORGE MAGNUSSON

MURAI Gen
Course description
The purpose of this course is to help students increase their score on the TOEIC test. Students will gain practice in both the listening and reading sections of the test. They will also learn vocabulary and grammar commonly used in the test, and useful test-taking techniques. Besides the final test, students will take either a mid-term test or several quizzes during the semester. They will follow the test schedule their teacher gives.
Purpose of class
The purpose of this course is to help students increase their scores on the TOEIC test.
Goals and objectives
  1. To be able to gain a higher score on the TOEIC test.
  2. To be able to choose the correct answers quickly.
  3. To be able to use useful vocabulary, grammar, and test-taking techniques.
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Mid-term Exam or Mini Tests Final Exam Assignments Practice in class Total.
1. 15% 15% 5% 5% 40%
2. 10% 10% 5% 5% 30%
3. 5% 5% 10% 10% 30%
4. 0%
Total. 30% 30% 20% 20% -
Evaluation method and criteria
The final score will be calculated as follows: 60% of the class score (100 full points) + 40% of TOEIC-IP test score. Students need to score 60% or more in order to pass the course. For the calculation of the TOEIC test score, a score of 800 is regarded as full points (100 points). A score of 800 and above will be counted as 100 points.

Class score
Participation: 20%
Assignments: 20%
Mini Tests or Mid-term Exam: 30%
Final Exam: 30%

Students can expect to obtain more than 60 points if their performance on tests and assignments shows that they have mostly comprehended the learning contents of the course.
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Introduction to the course
Lesson 1: Photographs
Check vocabulary (Lesson 1) 200minutes
2. Lesson 1: Photographs
Lesson 2: Question-Response
Check vocabulary (Lesson 1, 2) 200minutes
3. Lesson 2: Question-Response Check vocabulary (Lesson 2) 200minutes
4. Lesson 3: Short Conversations Check vocabulary (Lesson 3) 200minutes
5. Lesson 3: Short Conversations Check vocabulary (Lesson 3) 200minutes
6. Lesson 4: Short Talks Check vocabulary (Lesson 4) 200minutes
7. Lesson 4: Short Talks Check vocabulary (Lesson 4) 200minutes
8. Lesson 5: Incomplete Sentences Check vocabulary (Lesson 5) 200minutes
9. Lesson 5: Incomplete Sentences Check vocabulary (Lesson 5) 200minutes
10. Lesson 6: Text Completion Check vocabulary (Lesson 6) 200minutes
11. Lesson 6: Text Completion Check vocabulary (Lesson 6) 200minutes
12. Lesson 7: Reading Comprehension Check vocabulary (Lesson 7) 200minutes
13. Lesson 7: Reading Comprehension Check vocabulary (Lesson 7)
Review Lessons 1-7
200minutes
14. Class Final Examination
Strategies to the TOEIC test
Prepare for the TOEIC IP Test 200minutes
15. TOEIC IP Test - Not done in class. The date, time and place of the test will be announced in class.
Total. - - 2800minutes
Feedback on exams, assignments, etc.
ways of feedback specific contents about "Other"
Feedback in the class
Textbooks and reference materials
Complete Guide to the TOEIC® Test, Fourth Edition (Student Book), Bruce Rogers,
Cengage Learning


*Audio files for Listening are available by cliking "音声ファイル" on
http://cengagejapan.com/elt/Exam/page/?no=1485227871n2m7z
*The listening scripts are uploaded to the TOEIC II Community on ScombZ.
Do NOT use these for other than class use. After the semester, delete these files from your device.
Prerequisites
Students intending to take this course are recommended to have a TOEIC/ TOEIC-IP test score of about 500 or above.
Please bring a dictionary to the class.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • Lunch Time on Wednesdays
  • Before or after class
  • Learning support is available at the Learning Support Room.
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Active-learning course
About half of the classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable
N/A N/A
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
  • 4.QUALITY EDUCATION
  • 10.REDUCED INEQUALITIES
  • 17.PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS
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