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現在位置: ホーム シラバス集(2018年度) 全学共通科目 大学院共通科目群/コミュニケーション アカデミックプレゼンテーション 上級

アカデミックプレゼンテーション 上級

シラバスID la_30160
開講年度・開講期 前期
授業形態 演習
対象回生 大学院生
対象学生 Undergraduate
使用言語 英語
曜時限 水2
教員
  • Schipper Sara(国際高等教育院)
授業の概要・目的 The course will focus on advanced presentation skills for academic (class, seminar, or conference) settings.
Students will learn various elements of successful speeches, such as establishing one's authority and
appealing to an audience's sense of logic or emotion, and work to incorporate those elements into their own
presentations. Through a combination of short, less formal presentations, Q&A sessions, and a final formal
research presentation, students should gain the confidence to present with a certain level of ease and
professionalism. Class discussions will also be held to foster critical thinking skills and the ability to express
opinions orally in an impromptu setting. Finally, through peer feedback and reflection, students should be
able to hone their skills as effective presenters. Elements such as expression and pronunciation will be
addressed as needed.

本授業では,学術的な場面(授業やゼミ,学会)で求められる発展的な口頭発表技能に焦点を当てる。説得力を高めて聴衆の論理や感情に訴えるといった,優れた発表に不可欠な様々な要素を学習し,それらを統合し自身の発表に導入する。短い発表や質疑応答,最後の研究発表といった実践の場を通して,高度な発表技能を習得し,自信を高め不安を軽減できるようにする。また,クラス討論を行うことにより,批判的思考力を高め,口頭で即座に意見を述べる能力を育成することを目指す。最終的に,学生相互のフィードバックと内省を通して,効果的な発表技能を上達させる。必要に応じて適切な英語表現や発音の指導を行う。
到達目標 If students give their best effort during the course, by the end they should be able to:

-incorporate the elements of successful academic and professional presentations into their own
-give individual presentations with substance, clarity, and a level of professionalism
-ask appropriate questions about the presentations and research of others
-appropriately respond to questions and comments about their own presentations and research
-avoid plagiarism and include proper citations in their presentations
-think critically about a variety of topics and contribute to class discussions without hesitation
-recognize and use vocabulary that arises in the videos and discussions
授業計画と内容 Week 1: Review of the elements of successful presentations; openings and closings
Weeks 2-3: Analysis and discussion of TED Talks (including audience and organization)
Week 4: Persuasive techniques (logos=logic, pathos=emotion, ethos=credibility)
Week 5: Language use and professionalism
Weeks 6-7: Analysis of TED Talks (including persuasive techniques and word choice) and mini presentations
Week 8: Fluency and spontaneous presentations
Weeks 9: Short introduction of PowerPoint; using slides and notes effectively
Week 10: Discussion of research presentations, including avoiding plagiarism and citing sources
Weeks 11-12: Analysis and discussion of TED Talks (including visual support and use of outside sources) with mini presentations
Weeks 13-14: Final presentations with feedback and reflection

In addition to the above, there will be regular vocabulary quizzes of the terms included in the TED Talks and other materials.
成績評価の方法・観点及び達成度 The grading policy will be as follows:

Short presentations 40%
Active class participation 30%
Final presentation 20%
Vocabulary quizzes 10%
履修要件 特になし
授業外学習(予習・復習)等 Students are expected to prepare for discussions by watching relevant videos or reading articles or excerpts
from texts. Students are also expected to prepare adequately for class presentations or group presentations
when necessary.
教科書
  • Materials will be provided by the instructor and distributed during class, or will be available through the Internet or KULASIS.