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y‰È–Ú‚Ì–Ú“Iz
 1) to be able to create high-level academic writing;
 2) to understand the differences in English and Japanese information organization in writing;
 3) to be able to write for personal purposes, including writing emails;
 
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 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 1) Common and advanced grammatical structures;
 2) Punctuation and style markers;
 3) Different levels of formality;
 4) Structures of different types of writings for different purposes;
 5) Organization of information within writings.
 
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Students will prepare for class by studying key grammatical structures, as well as by considering the topic to be studied.
 In class, we will focus on writing for fluency, accuracy, and impact. We study how to edit our own and peersf writings.
 After class, students will review and reflect on the lesson and what was learned.
 Students are encouraged to keep track of word counts of their writings to check progress and identify areas to practice more.
 
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 Students are encouraged to be active in class. It is also encouraged to ask questions if you donft understand or if what you learn seems different to what you learned in the past.
yŽö‹Æ“à—ez
 Lesson 1: Unit 1: Orientation / special lesson
 Lesson 2: Unit 8: Explaining the process
 Lesson 3: Unit 8: Explaining the process
 Lesson 4: Unit 9: Writing descriptions
 Lesson 5: Unit 10: Expressing opinions
 Lesson 6: Unit 10: Expressing opinions
 Lesson 7: Test #1
 Lesson 8: Unit 11: Comparing and contrasting
 Lesson 9: Unit 11: Comparing and contrasting
 Lesson 10: Unit 12: Analyzing causes and effects
 Lesson 11: Unit 13: Writing summaries / answering test questions
 Lesson 12: Special social media lesson
 Lesson 13: Special social media lesson
 Lesson 14: Test #2
 Lesson 15: Portfolio review (and special lesson)
 
y‹³ˆç•û–@z
 The teacher will use both the communicative method and task-based learning in class.
 The communicative method means that students will learn new language or techniques, practice it in simple ways, and then have conversations. Task-based learning means that students will have a project in class to finish and through the project you will learn new language. At the end of each lesson, we will consider what was learned and how it can be used outside of class.
 
y•]‰¿•û–@z
 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 Each of these items is worth the following amount of your score.
 
 1) Test #1: 20%
 2) Test #2: 20%
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Participation/attendance: 20%
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 1) Process writing: 20%
 2) Weekly grammar tests: 10%
 3) English challenges: 10%
y•KŒg}‘z
 Ready to Write 2, fifth edition (Pearson) - same as Writing 3  ŠÖ˜AƒTƒCƒg
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y—šCã‚Ì’ˆÓz
 New teacher for this class.
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yŠw¶‚ւ̃ƒbƒZ[ƒWz
 I look forward to improving our writing together.

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