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3 Communicative English (1) Thomas Clancy, Roman Greco Communicative English (CE) I is an introductory course in Spoken English. The course provides freshmen students with the opportunity to express themselves in English with regards to a variety of everyday topics. Priority will be given to Spoken English with the goal of improving and expanding communicative skills and knowledge. Basically, the students opportunities or chances to speak will take priority over lecturing. In addition, encouragement will be given to motivate the students to share their ideas and opinions in an authentic manner. Of course, all classes will be conducted in English from taking attendance to the final bell. Again, this course is all about providing and improving on the skills that are necessary to become an English-speaking professional. 1. Attendance: As this is an English communication class, attendance is very important and makes up a large portion of the students final grade, after all, if the student is absent, they have effectively missed an opportunity to practice English, and practice is ultimately what this class is about. 2. Participation: Positive participation is expected in every class. A certain amount of preparation and effort is required to communicate in English. Especially in the first semester. It is hoped that using English becomes easier with practice and exposure. 3. Examination: The final two classes of each semester are reserved for testing. Each student will be required to communicate about a topic of their choosing. Rather then the typical teacher question student answer format, each student chooses a topic that they wish to communicate in a one-on-one conversation with the teacher. Having the students select their own topic proves useful to the extent that it is their topic not the teachers, and thus, they must control the conversation. This schedule is subject to modification. Detailed and updated information will be provided in class. Week Chapter Contents 1 1 Family and Introductions 2 2 Food 3 4 House & Home 4 5 Music 5 7 Sports 6 8 Numbers 7 9 Best Friends 8 10 TV 9 11 Work Vacation School Movies 13 X First Semester Final Test 14 X First Semester Final Test 15 X Review Topic Talk Second Edition. EFL Press, 2000 Besides the textbook, occasional referenced material will be administered in the form of copies and handouts.

4 Communicative English (2) Reading (1) Thomas Clancy, Roman Greco, Daniel Ruyle Communicative English (CE) II is an introductory course in Spoken English. The course provides freshmen students with the opportunity to express themselves in English with regards to a variety of everyday topics. Priority will be given to Spoken English with the goal of improving and expanding communicative skills and knowledge. Basically, the students opportunities or chances to speak will take priority over lecturing. In addition, encouragement will be given to motivate the students to share their ideas and opinions in an authentic manner. Of course, all classes will be conducted in English from taking attendance to the final bell. Again, this course is all about providing and improving on the skills that are necessary to become an English-speaking professional. 1. Attendance: As this is an English communication class, attendance is very important and makes up a large portion of the students final grade, after all, if the student is absent, they have effectively missed an opportunity to practice English, and practice is ultimately what this class is about. 2. Participation: Positive participation is expected in every class. A certain amount of preparation and effort is required to communicate in English. Especially in the first semester. It is hoped that using English becomes easier with practice and exposure. 3. Examination: The final two classes of each semester are reserved for testing. Each student will be required to communicate about a topic of their choosing. Rather then the typical teacher question student answer format, each student chooses a topic that they wish to communicate in a one-on-one conversation with the teacher. Having the students select their own topic proves useful to the extent that it is their topic not the teachers, and thus, they must control the conversation. This schedule is subject to modification. Detailed and updated information will be provided in class. Week Chapter Contents 1 16 Restaurants 2 17 Animals 3 18 Shopping 4 20 Fashion 5 21 Travel 6 22 Books, Magazines & Newspapers 7 24 Holidays 8 25 Fears 9 26 Dating Marriage Beliefs Opinions 13 X Second Semester Final Test 14 X Second Semester Final Test 15 X Review Topic Talk Second Edition. EFL Press, 2000

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