2017- 12 wks-AEP REGIONS AND PEOPLE OF THE WORLD (1).docx

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NATIONALECONOMICSUNIVERSITY Faculty of Foreign Languages - Business English Department ---------------------------------------- CULTURE OF REGIONS AND PEOPLE INTHE WORLD Course Syllabus 1. General Course Information 1.1. Course Details Course Title: SSCI 165 Regions and People of the World Objects: Undergraduate – Second Year Students Contact Hours:12 weeks 1.2.Course Staff Course Coordinator : Room 106 Building 6B Contact: 0912953737; [email protected] Consultation : Studies show that students who engage in one-on-one discussions with the instructor about the course receive better grades. I, therefore, encourage your discussion with me. You can communicate during office hours, email or in class discussions. You also are welcome to make separate appointments. I will be available before and after class, but only for short questions. I also encourage feedback on the classes, lectures, teaching and reading materials. We enhance the class every semester and your thoughts are valuable in the process. 1.3.Course Description Thiscourse is taught to students after they reach upper-intermediate English level.The course provides students with fundamental concepts of world societies and cultures such as history, geography, people, education,economy and political systems so that they will be able to consult their knowledge and give explanations about patterns and problems of human activities in relation to natural environment. In addition,rudimentary knowledge of business culture and ethics, which is crucial for their job application in the future is mentioned. Students will be given chances to analyze cases relating to business culture in reality in order to learn lessons from success or failure of different companies. Furthermore, it gives students opportunities to discuss “hot-topics” of today’s business world such as the European Economic Crisis. During the course, few selected native guest speakers will be invited to classrooms to share their practical knowledge about culture in general and also business culture in particular, whichhelps studentsenrich their culture knowledge and update their first-hand experience with native speakers. In terms of methodology, this course applies communicative approach for students. Specifically, it gives interactive instructions to students on the basis of exchange ideas and opinions in both forms of collective and individual coaching. 1
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NATIONALECONOMICSUNIVERSITY Faculty of Foreign Languages - Business English Department ---------------------------------------- it gives students task-based assignments which require them to search for ideas from given topics, organize these ideas then present in class. it integrates extra-curriculum activities such as seminars, forums and field trip. In terms of materials, the course uses an integrated set of materials developed by the instructors in charge. The set of materials includes: a computer-based cluster of lessons for in-class use; photocopied materials for in-class use.
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