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終止實施大一英文改修大一日文說明

 

壹、大一、大二日文設置資料

執行單位:人文社會學院 外語教學中心

設置學年:100學年度

 

貳、終止實施大一英文改修其它外語理由

100學年度起為提供大一新生學習英文之第二外語另一選項,並幫助同學更早規劃第二外語之學習,大一新生除外文系學生外,得申請大一英文改修日文課程。

106學年度起,為了全面強化實用性且多元化之英文能力,全體大一新生皆需修習大一英文,本中心將陸續改革大學英文整體課程,規劃大學英文之完整體制。

另,依據第二外語課程架構整體通盤規劃,自104學年度起所有大一新生於入學時即可修習第二外語選修課程,如日文、德文及西班牙文等,其中,過去的大一日文必修與應用日語學分學程之基礎日語、進階日語選修,課程內容相似,故自106學年度起取消大一日文必修,改讓學生自行選修應用日語學分學程。

綜合以上,將於106學年度終止實施大一英文改修大一日文。

 

參、尚在修習大一、大二日文學生之輔導措施

一、 106學年度起雖停止實施大一英文改修大一日文,然為顧及重、補修生之權益,仍將繼續開班為其教授大一、大二日文,輔導已修習學生完成學分。

二、 學生未修足大一日文必修課程,得辦理補修大一英文之申請並修足 6 學分。

三、 申請補修大一英文者,其修習過之大一日文學分數不計入校共同必修學分數,僅計入選修學分數。

 

四、 為避免學生因停開必修日語課程而中斷日語學習,本中心仍開設應用日語學分學程課程供學生銜接修習。

 

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Beginning with the 2011-12 academic year, some incoming freshmen have a new first year language option—Freshman Japanese.  Students who meet the school’s eligibility guidelines will be allowed to choose Japanese for their freshman language focus instead of the traditional Freshman English Program.  The structure of the course will be similar to the English program, with two hours of classroom instruction and at least one hour of required self-study per week.  The self-study work will primarily involve completing weekly assignments on the Rosetta Stone language learning software, but instructors may also put some work on the school’s iLearn system.

 

No prior knowledge of Japanese is required for entry into the program.  Students will begin with the basics: the Japanese alphabet, pronunciation, and fundamental grammar, slowly building up to simple communication skills. 

 

Just like students in the FE Program, FJ students will also need to meet the school’s basic proficiency requirement in order to successfully complete their required language work.  FJ students have two ways to meet this requirement: 1) meet a specified standard on the LC’s Japanese Proficiency Exam, or 2) complete an extra 4 credits of elective Japanese courses.  Students who meet either of these criteria will have successfully met their required graduation language proficiency.

 

We hope, however, that some students will decide to continue their Japanese studies by entering our 18-credit Applied Japanese Program.  This is the best way to get your Japanese skills into marketable shape and to give yourself an edge over the competition when you enter the job market.  Check Elective Programs for more information.

 

 

 

 

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