Course Type: geec toeic listening Class Code: geec



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Course Type: GEEC

TOEIC Listening




Class Code: GEEC

Class Location:

Kyo Yang Gwan (Na) building #

Teacher:


Room & Office Hours:


Textbook:

Developing Listening Skills 1 (2ed)


Semester & Day(s): Fall 2011.
Time(s): 16:00 – 18:00

Course Description/ Objective: This class is designed to provide students with the opportunity to prepare for the Listening portion of the TOEIC test. The instructor will use the textbook and additional supplementary materials to provide an environment whereby students can improve their TOEIC listening score. It is HIGHLY recommended that all students create and keep a TOEIC vocabulary journal/dictionary.
Week
Inclusive Dates

Unit


TOEIC Listening Topics

1

Aug 22 – Aug 26

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Introductions

2

Aug 29 – Sept 2

One


First Meeting

3

Sept 5 - 9

Two

Family and Friends

4

Sept 12 – 16

Chuseok 9/12-13



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Review + Supplementary Materials

5

Sept 19 - 23

Three

Free Time

6

Sept 26 - 30

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Review for Midterm Exam

7

Oct 4 - 10

Nat’l Foundation Day 10/3



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MIDTERM

8

Oct 11 -14

Four

Date and Time

9

Oct 17 -21

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Review + Supplementary Materials

10

Oct 24-28

Five

Telephone

11

Oct 31 – Nov 4

Six

Directions

12

Nov 7 - 11

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Review + Supplementary Materials

13

Nov 14 - 18

Seven

School

14

Nov 21 - 25

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Review

15

Nov 28 – Dec 2

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FINAL EXAM



Course Policy






You are expected to behave appropriately in your class. This means:

  • Turn off your cellular phone.

  • Pay attention to the teacher.

  • Do no talk when your teacher or your classmates are talking.

  • Participate in class. If the teacher asks you a question, try to answer it.

  • Bring your book, pencil, paper and dictionary to class every day. You cannot learn English if you do not have a book.





Attendance:

It is university policy that you attend every class. Failure to attend class will lower your final grade. You cannot expect to improve your English if you do not come to class. If you are late for class 3 times, it will count as 1 absence. If you are absent, you MUST talk to your Department Head and obtain an excused absence form. That form must then be given to your instructor. .




Grading:



Combined Grade Breakdown

Conversation class (3hrs/wk)

  • 60%

Attendance (20%)

Homework & Participation (20%)

GEEC TOEIC Listening class (2hrs/wk) – 40%

Midterm (20%)

Attendance

10%

HW/ Participation

10%

Final + poster (40%)

Midterm

10%

Final

10%

TOTAL = 100%



Grading Distribution Scale (Curving)

This class will use the grade distribution scale in accordance with the University policy. It is applicable to all freshman, sophomore and junior classes offered by the Dept. of General English regardless of class size.
A+ ~ A0: 30% or below

B+ ~ B0: 40% or below

C+ ~ D0: 30% or below (combine C and D grades)

F: Class teacher’s discretion





Exams:

There are two scheduled standardized exams (TOEIC) for this course, namely: Midterm Exam, and Final Exam. Your instructor may also choose to give tests and/or quizzes at other times during the semester which are to be counted as part of your homework/participation grade.


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