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  旅遊英文教學大綱
 
發文單位:ESP課程      張貼日期:2012-08-10  

I-2-1旅遊英文教學大綱

 

科目名稱(Course):(中文)旅遊英文 

             (英文 EnglishTravel English

科目代碼:

■大學部課程 □研究所課程

講授-實習-學分:2-0-2

教學目標(Objective)

1. The course is for students with at lease a level of CEF B1 (equivalent to 387 points on the  

  TOEIC test).   

2. This course is for university students from all departments who expect to become

  professionals who are required to travel in their jobs.

3. While students may be able to function in English within their own fields, too often they

  just don’t have the language skills to survive in every-day situations like those encountered

  while traveling.  Therefore, the objective of this course is to focus on real-life situations

  and present them in realistic contexts.

4. Upon completion of this course, students would be expected to be able to use the language

  of socializing and survival in certain situations; i.e., ordering in a restaurant, making hotel

  reservations, using public transportation, going through immigration and customs at an

  international airport, etc.

5. Ultimately, the goal of this course is to give students the knowledge and confidence

  necessary to survive in the social and economic milieu of international travel and its  

  interaction with speakers of English.   

教學內容綱要

   Course outline and contentSurvival English for Travelers is a course for all university students who will be required, in their professional life, to travel internationally and interact with speakers of English.  The course will cover a number of real-life situations that professionals would encounter while traveling for their jobs.  These every-day situations include not only social interactions but the practical transactions as well that all international travelers have to deal with while making their way in a global economy. 

   The content of the course is derived from Survival English: International Communication for Professional People by Peter Viney as well as other sources.  The textbook contains forty-eight units that deal with a variety of topics related to international travel.  Among these units that teach language, grammar, and cultural differences are topics related to using public transportation, checking in and out of hotels, ordering food in different types of restaurants, making various types of reservations (theater, flight, hotel, restaurant, etc.), understanding time zone differences, the stages for taking international flights, attending business events, attending social events, etc.  The comprehensiveness of the content of the textbook is one of its greatest assets for this type of course, and students should benefit greatly from it. 

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I-2-2旅遊英文課程規劃 Travel English Course Description
課程綱要 Course Outline

Travel English is a course for all university students who will be required, in their professional life, to travel internationally and interact with speakers of English. 

The course will cover a number of real-life situations that professionals would encounter while traveling for their jobs.  These every-day situations include not only social interactions but the practical transactions as well that all international travelers have to deal with while making their way in a global economy. 

教學目標 Objectives

1. The course is for students with at lease a level of CEF B1 (equivalent to 550  

  points on the TOEIC test).   

2. This course is for university students from all departments who expect to

  become professionals who are required to travel in their jobs.

3. While students may be able to function in English within their own fields, too

  often they just don’t have the language skills to survive in every-day situations

  like those encountered while traveling.  Therefore, the objective of this course

  is to focus on real-life situations and present them in realistic contexts.

4. Upon completion of this course, students would be expected to be able to use the

  language of socializing and survival in certain situations; i.e., ordering in a

  restaurant, making hotel reservations, using public transportation, going through

  immigration and customs at an international airport, etc.

5. Ultimately, the goal of this course is to give students the knowledge and

  confidence necessary to survive in the social and economic milieu of

  international travel and its interaction with speakers of English.   

字彙量 Vocabulary Requirement 3500 words based on the “occupational” domain of CEFR framework
修課規定 Course Criteria 學分 Credit(s) 2 credit hours
管考指標 Evaluation 1. Midterm and final examinations                40% 2. Quizzes over lecture content                      10% 3. Homework assignments                            30% 4. Attendance and participation                     20%
學習目標 Learning Content

     The content of the course is derived from Survival English: International Communication for Professional People by Peter Viney as well as other sources.  The textbook contains forty-eight units that deal with a variety of topics related to international travel.  Among these units that teach language, grammar, and cultural differences are topics related to using public transportation, checking in and out of hotels, ordering food in different types of restaurants, making various types of reservations (theater, flight, hotel, restaurant, etc.), understanding time zone differences, the stages for taking international flights, attending business events, attending social events, etc.  The comprehensiveness of the content of the textbook is one of its greatest assets for this type of course, and students should benefit greatly from it. 

溝通技能 Communication Skill Listening Speaking Reading Writing
能力敘述 Description I can understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. I can understand the main point of many radio or TV programmes on current affairs or topics of personal or professional interest when the delivery is relatively slow and clear. Spoken Interaction I can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. I can enter unprepared into conversation on topics that are familiar, of personal interest or pertinent to everyday life (e.g. family, hobbies, work, travel and current events). Spoken Production I can deliver effective presentations in English with confidence. I can use connect phrases in a simple way in order to describe experiences and events, my dreams, hopes and ambitions. I can briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. I can narrate a story or relate the plot of a book or film and describe my reactions. I can understand texts that consist mainly of high frequency everyday or job-related language. I can understand the description of events, feelings and wishes in personal letters. I can write effective presentations based on the accepted structure and organization. I can write simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. I can write person letters describing
建立教材 Material(s) 1. Survival English: International Communication for Professional People  by Peter      Viney; Macmillan Education, 2004. 
可擔任之職務 Jobs that the students who have completed the course can apply for Students who intend to pursue any career in any field that requires international travel will benefit from this course. 
 

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