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Course Title
ƒTƒCƒGƒ“ƒXEƒŠ[ƒfƒBƒ“ƒOm17S0116n
Scientific Reading
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’S“–‹³ˆυ GhourabiAFadoua
ŠwŠϊ ‘OW’†
“ϊ’φEŽžŒΐE‹³ŽΊ
2017/09/07 5 ` 8 Œΐ (13:20 ` 16:30) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2017/09/14 5 ` 8 Œΐ (13:20 ` 16:30) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2017/09/19 5 ` 8 Œΐ (13:20 ` 16:30) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2017/09/29 1 ` 4 Œΐ (9:00 ` 12:10) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ

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‚»‚Μ‘Ό=Weekly reading homework (70%), final presentation (30%)

Žε‘θ‚Ζ–Ϊ•W
[Objective]
Make science reading in English a part of your student life.

[Theme]
Science reading is about reading and understanding articles that target the general public. As students and researchers in science, we read to keep up to date with research findings and scientific breakthrough.

In this intensive course, you will read accessible science articles in English. You will practice searching science articles, evaluating the reliability and the content, and dealing with unfamiliar concepts in materials that are beyond your field of study.

Žφ‹ΖŒv‰ζ
1. Understanding scientific research
2. Sources of science articles and their reliabilities
3. Reading statistics and data visualization graphics
4. Critical reading
5. Group work (1): choosing science topic, searching reading materials
6. Group work (2): reading, discussion and building up a scientific idea
7. Presentation

ŠwΆ‚Φ‚ΜƒƒbƒZ[ƒW
1. Science reading is not about reading specialized research papers such as peer-reviewed journal papers. Science reading is about reading and understanding articles that target the general public.
2. Graduate students from different faculties of Ocha-dai are welcome to join. You are encouraged to develop a collaborative and enjoyable course environment with other students. For smooth lectures, please bring your notebook PC with a connection to ocha network.