Course List
 Course Name  American Studies
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline 

I. Objectives of teaching:

1. To arouse interest and help students build confidence in reading
2. To enhance listening comprehension capability
3. To familiarize students with aspects of American society and culture

This general statement of objective and method of teaching aims to improve students' spoken and written English ability. We offer the freshmen of the 4-year senior college trainings such as listening and reading comprehension, grammar and writing classes. It is flexible of the teacher to apply his skills and techniques timely in teaching. For comprehension the teacher may use or refer to the assigned textbooks to select teaching materials such as dialogs and passages or pieces of writing through oral presentation, role playing and re-telling by means of all kinds of audio-visual aids like tape cassettes, films, and transparencies in classroom or language lab. For grammar concepts and rules are presented by way of explanation, diagramming, and exemplification. The students are demanded to do exercises and turn in for correction so that they may be aware of how much they have learned and how well they have learned to use these rules in expressing their own ideas.

II. Teaching activities:

For writing, the students are asked to write in their own words in describing or telling about what they have heard or read. In one word, the students are always led to think in English and are constantly growing in the language proficiency. Although time is very much limited, a couple of hours of English per week in classroom on the schedule, it is the teacher who much endeavor to make the best use of the limited time to help the students brush up on their English. The students are to take four weekly tests and mid-terms and a final exam. They are also encouraged to give their evaluation of the teacher's exertion as feedback in return.

1. lecturing: explaining and guiding the application of the various reading and listening strategies; clarifying the content of the text.
2. questions and answers: prompting thinking and oral responses.
3. listening practice: intensive listening to cassette tapes or watching video tapes.
4. role-play: students memorizing a dialogue and acting in public.
5. group/pair work: for problem-solving, free communication, or self-correction among students.
 Course Name  Basic Japanese(1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is designed to introduce basic sentences, to practice daily and basic business conversation, and to introudce commercial culture and songs of Japan.

 Course Name  Beginning French(1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  system of the prononciation.
elementaty french grammar
Listening practice
conversation
french son
french culture
 Course Name  Beginning German (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Hauptsächlich geht es in dem Kurs die Lernmotivation der Lernenden zu fördern.
Sowie die landekundlichen Infos werden vermittelt. Die sprachwissenschaftliche Kenntnisse werden einführend vermittelt.

Mostly it's to promote the learning motivation of the students in the course.
And the basic Information about the Germany Austrian and Swiss are taught. The linguistic knowledge is introducing conveyed.
 Course Name  Beginning Spanish (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. to learn the spanish pronunciation.
2. to learn the spanish alphabet.
3. the number and gender of the nouns, adjectives, articles and personal pronouns.
4. the present of the verbal conjugation: ser, estar, and the diferent uses of the two verbs.
5. to learn the autopresention.
 Course Name  Business Software Package
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In this Microsoft Excel 2016 course, students will create and edit basic worksheets and workbooks. This course is designed for students who want to gain the necessary skills to create, edit, format, and print basic Microsoft Excel 2016 worksheets.
 Course Name  Chinese (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Confucian classics
  (1) "University • After a chapter."
  (2) "Mean • The first chapter,"
(3) "Songs • MAK"
2. Taoism: "I"
"I. On Classic ": 1,2,5,7,11,12,19,31,36
"I. Under Classic ": 38,40,41,48,49,67,78,79
3. Classical Literature: Zhang Zai , Du Anonymous
4. Modern Literature
(1) foot in the ground line: Jiao Tong , Zhong Li and
(2) Humanities introspection: Bang Shiong Wang , Chiang Hsun
 Course Name  Chinese (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Confucian classics
  (1) "University • After a chapter."
  (2) "Mean • The first chapter,"
(3) "Songs • MAK"
2. Taoism: "I"
"I. On Classic ": 1,2,5,7,11,12,19,31,36
"I. Under Classic ": 38,40,41,48,49,67,78,79
3. Classical Literature: Zhang Zai , Du Anonymous
4. Modern Literature
(1) foot in the ground line: Jiao Tong , Zhong Li and
(2) Humanities introspection: Bang Shiong Wang , Chiang Hsun
 Course Name  English Conversation (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  English conversation (一甲01) is designed for college students who are intermediate non-native speakers of English in order to develop and improve their oral communication skills for effective interaction in English. This course will also put an emphasis on vocabulary building. In addition to learning new vocabulary from context, students will learn English collocations which will make their English more natural and accurate. Activities will include shadowing, role-plays, and in-class group conversation on various topics of interest decided by the class.
 Course Name  English Conversation (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  English conversation (一甲02) is designed for college students who are intermediate non-native speakers of English in order to develop and improve their oral communication skills for effective interaction in English. This course will also put an emphasis on vocabulary building. In addition to learning new vocabulary from context, students will learn English collocations which will make their English more natural and accurate. Activities will include shadowing, role-plays, and in-class group conversation on various topics of interest decided by the class.
 Course Name  English Conversation (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Through mini lessons, listening extensively to natural language that people really speak, pair work, class discussions, and student presentations, students will be able to communicate more confidently and fluently.
 Course Name  English Conversation (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  Students are hoped to use English appropriately through the vocabulary and grammar practice in the textbook.
 Course Name  English Grammar & Rhetoric (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Provide numerous real communication opportunities.
2. Provide more options for interactive work in pairs and groups.
3. Provide expanded error analysis exercises.
 Course Name  English Grammar & Rhetoric (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Provide numerous real communication opportunities.
2. Provide more options for interactive work in pairs and groups.
3. Provide expanded error analysis exercises.
 Course Name  English Pronunciation
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Vowels
2. Consonants
3. Syllables and Stress
4. Rhythm
5. Intonation
 Course Name  English Reading (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The course is conducted in English. Other than lecturing, prompts are given in various forms to help students grasps the main ideas of the passages. Tasks are given for student to completed in pairs in order to enhance self-learning.
 Course Name  English Reading (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course tries to help students be familiar with various reading strategies.
 Course Name  English Writing (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The students will work in pairs or groups in the prewriting stage, by themselves in the writing stages, and in pairs again in the editing stage.
2. The brainstorming and outlining steps should be done in pairs, triads, or at the beginning of the term when students need the most teacher guidance, with the whole class
participating.
3. Armed with the results of prewriting-more or less a detailed outline-the students can write their paragraphs on their own either in class or at home.
4. In the editing stage, students first check their own work both for meaning and for mechanics (grammar, punctuation, and sentence
structure). Then they bring their writing to class and ask a classmate to check it- again for both meaning and mechanics. Each writing assignment is accompanied by a “Paragraph Checklist,” which students should use to check their own and each other’s work.
5. Writing the final draft is to be done individually. In the writing draft stage, students will be encouraged to rewrite the paragraph.
 Course Name  English Writing (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  Students are hoped to integrate their skills in writing and fully express their ideas through writing essays.
 Course Name  English Writing (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  English Writing (一乙 01) is designed to improve students’ writing ability through process writing and the learning of effective writing strategies. The emphasis of this course will be placed on pre-writing activities, organization, text analysis, self-reflection, peer review, and revision. This course will focus on developing the content (opinions, ideas, and information) and the form (structure and logic) of student writing rather than mechanics (grammar). Students in this course will acquire different writing strategies, and improve command over textual and rhetorical conventions common in English academic writing.

Specifically, students will
• write multi-paragraph essays to summarize, exemplify, and compare/contrast ideas and information
• provide constructive feedback to your classmates’ writing
• revise your own writing based on the feedback received from your peers.
 Course Name  English Writing (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  English Writing (一乙 02) is designed to improve students’ writing ability through process writing and the learning of effective writing strategies. The emphasis of this course will be placed on pre-writing activities, organization, text analysis, self-reflection, peer review, and revision. This course will focus on developing the content (opinions, ideas, and information) and the form (structure and logic) of student writing rather than mechanics (grammar). Students in this course will acquire different writing strategies, and improve command over textual and rhetorical conventions common in English academic writing.

Specifically, students will
• write multi-paragraph essays to summarize, exemplify, and compare/contrast ideas and information
• provide constructive feedback to your classmates’ writing
• revise your own writing based on the feedback received from your peers.
 Course Name  English for the Hospitality Industry
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  English for hospitality industry is an introductory course designed for college students who are interested in a career in the hospitality sector. This course aims to familiarize students with the day-to-day encounters and cultivate their communicative competence in the industry. Emphasis of this course is placed on vocabulary building and oral communication skills for effective interaction in hospitality business. Activities will include mini-play, role-plays, and in-class group conversation and discussion on various topics.
 Course Name  Introduction To University Studies
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course takes 24 hours to finish.
 Course Name  Introduction To University Studies
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course takes 24 hours to finish.
 Course Name  Physical Education (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. rhythmic breathing
2.float
3.standing drill
4.leg kick
5.arm stroke
6. breathing technique
7. front crawl basic movement combination 8.introduction to breaststroke and breaststroke practice
 Course Name  Physical Education (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. rhythmic breathing
2.float
3.standing drill
4.leg kick
5.arm stroke
6. breathing technique
7. front crawl basic movement combination 8.introduction to breaststroke and breaststroke practice
 Course Name  Practical English
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  At the end of the semester students should be able to: 1.develop more comprehensive grammar, conversation and listening skills to build fluency in English 2.enhance reading, vocabulary-building and critical thinking skills. 3.improve their four basic skills and get more knowledge about various cultures from around the world. 4.reinforce their learning motivation through meaningful communications and in-class activities.
 Course Name  Practical English
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  This course will
1. focus on practice of different types of language uses in different conditions and ensure students are fully prepared and empowered to function effectively within the globle world.
2.include essential English skills: vocabulary, grammar focus, listening, reading.
3. provide interactive skills and expressions for oral presentation.
 Course Name  Practical English
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  At the end of the semester students should be able to: 1.develop more comprehensive grammar, conversation and listening skills to build fluency in English 2.enhance reading, vocabulary-building and critical thinking skills. 3.improve their four basic skills and get more knowledge about various cultures from around the world. 4.reinforce their learning motivation through meaningful communications and in-class activities.
 Course Name  Practice of International Trade
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  International Trade can be classified into theory, practices, policy and regulation. This course focuses on international trade practice, which including banks, insurance company, cargo carrier, forwarders, surveyors, and customs and so forth. We would introduces these sectors’ function and operation and their relationship with the exporters and importers.
 Course Name  Service Learning (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  From Mon-Fri 0730-0800 sweep
 Course Name  Service Learning (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  From Mon-Fri 0730-0800 sweep
 Course Name  Basic Japanese(2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is designed to introduce advanced sentences, to practice daily and basic business conversation, and to introduce commercial culture and songs of Japan.
 Course Name  Beginning French(2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  french pronunciation system
intonation and listening practice
french grammar
basic conversation
french song
french culture
 Course Name  Beginning German (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students the following: through the mouth to promote fluent conversation. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning while improving oral communication skills.
 Course Name  Beginning Spanish (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. the Spanish vocabularies, about 300 words.
2. the basic grammar: the sentences of existence, the use of the verbs: estar, ser, tener and hay and the prepositions a, de, por.
3. to practice Spanish listening with CD.
4. to practice Spanish conversation with the teacher or classmates.
 Course Name  Chinese (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is of "reading and writing, life parenting" as the goal. (A) There are two ways to achieve this objective: 1 affective education: Teacher adjustment traditional literary intelligence pedagogy and student-centered, so freshman Chinese teaching, no longer just recite, learning and ability to instill the knowledge, but also the lives of both people emotional upbringing affection teaching, by reading and writing, and guide students' perceived self-reflection, in order to establish themselves, care for others, with a view of the world. (2) both reading and writing: a powerful basis for reading ability is written in order to achieve life parenting Objectives, the course in addition to reading for the course text, another design extends extracurricular reading Read a single article and proceedings, to provide students with increased amount of reading, and strengthen reading skills. Writing is divided into classroom and extracurricular experiences writing anthology experience report must be completed each semester classroom experience writing reports and other extra-curricular experiences anthology written exercises. (Two) goals connotation: This course is the meaning of life 'goals, covering self-life care, humanities and social care, respect for ethnic concepts, issues such as the world of macro perspective; reading and writing goals connotation, is to enhance students' writing and presentation skills. This course is is divided into self-life care and the humanities and social care two large spindle unit, lower unit consists of: [Last semester] I think I am, my love our home, Love Story, life aesthetics and other four themes. [Next semester] feet to the ground line, environmental protection, cultural reflection, Reciprocity and other four themes. These eight topics as the spirit of love, with a reading book writing tool. But by the people themselves, from near and far, and gradually extended, in which themes and reflections by human respect for ethnic issues to be discussed, life aesthetics theme by the students explore the world of macro vision.
 Course Name  Chinese (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  First,the interpretation of application of the method and critical articles.Two,refining article expounded the concept of conception and analysis.Third,realize national tradition and modern culture with fine dimensions.
 Course Name  English Conversation(2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students will improve their spoken skills through sharing knowledge, expressing opinions, debating and discussing. Students will also improve their listening skills through listening to related topics in class. *Please note that the course content may change slightly from what is posted during the semester - If it does, I will inform you via a class announcement.
 Course Name  English Conversation(2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  Students will improve their spoken skills through sharing knowledge, expressing opinions, debating and discussing. Students will also improve their listening skills through listening to related topics in class. *Please note that the course content may change slightly from what is posted during the semester - If it does, I will inform you via a class announcement.
 Course Name  English Conversation(2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Through mini lessons, listening extensively to natural language that people really speak, pair work, class discussions, and student presentations, students will be able to communicate more confidently and fluently.
 Course Name  English Conversation(2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  By the end of the course, students should be able to comprehend and use common expressions properly in English in real-life situations and develop conversational skills for effective communication. Class activities include listening and speaking exercises, group discussions, take-home assignments, oral presentations, and larger projects.
 Course Name  English Grammar & Rhetoric (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Provide numerous real communication opportunities.
2. Provide more options for interactive work in pairs and groups.
3. Provide expanded error analysis exercises.
 Course Name  English Grammar & Rhetoric (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Provide numerous real communication opportunities.
2. Provide more options for interactive work in pairs and groups.
3. Provide expanded error analysis exercises.
 Course Name  English Reading (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The course is conducted in English. Other than lecturing, prompts are given in various forms to help students grasps the main ideas of the passages. Tasks are given for student to completed in pairs in order to enhance self-learning.
 Course Name  English Reading (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The course is conducted in English. Other than lecturing, prompts are given in various forms to help students grasps the main ideas of the passages. Tasks are given for student to completed in pairs in order to enhance self-learning.
 Course Name  English Writing (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The class contains a wide variety of sample paragraphs in specific rhetorical styles and exercises that offer practice in both working with the writing process and developing a final written product.
 Course Name  English Writing (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  The class contains a wide variety of sample paragraphs in specific rhetorical styles and exercises that offer practice in both working with the writing process and developing a final written product.
 Course Name  English Writing (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The students will work in pairs or groups in the prewriting stage, by themselves in the writing stages, and in pairs again in the editing stage.
2. The brainstorming and outlining steps should be done in pairs, triads, or at the beginning of the term when students need the most teacher guidance, with the whole class
participating.
3. Armed with the results of prewriting-more or less a detailed outline-the students can write their paragraphs on their own either in class or at home.
4. In the editing stage, students first check their own work both for meaning and for mechanics (grammar, punctuation, and sentence
structure). Then they bring their writing to class and ask a classmate to check it- again for both meaning and mechanics. Each writing assignment is accompanied by a “Paragraph Checklist,” which students should use to check their own and each other’s work.
5. Writing the final draft is to be done individually. In the writing draft stage, students will be encouraged to rewrite the paragraph.
 Course Name  English Writing (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  After taking this course, students will be able to
(in terms of knowledge)
1.understand the use of infinitives and gerunds
2.understand the use of noun clauses, adjectives clauses and adverb clauses
3.understand the use of active voice, passive voice, and conditionals
4.understand the common paragraph types and organization
(in terms of skills)
1.use different types of clauses and sentences in writing
2.write sentences in active, passive voice or conditionals in writing.
3.write a paragraph organized in accordance with the common types
(in terms of attitude)
1.enhance self-learning ability through the interaction with the teacher and peers.
 Course Name  English for Cultural and Creative Industries
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students are expected to increase their vocabulary through reading and able express their own insights regarding the cultural and creative industries.
 Course Name  Films and Literature
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students will work in groups to make an oral report on the issues that movies and written works illustrate and turn in reflection papers on each movie they watch.
 Course Name  Intermediate Practical English
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  At the end of the semester students should be able to: 1.develop more comprehensive grammar, conversation and listening skills to build fluency in English 2.enhance reading, vocabulary-building and critical thinking skills. 3.improve their four basic skills and get more knowledge about various cultures from around the world. 4.reinforce their learning motivation through meaningful communications and in-class activities.
 Course Name  Intermediate Practical English
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  1. The class will include lecturing, discussion, workshop, students’ presentations/reports and exams.
2. Students are required to read assigned materials, do oral reports and participate actively in class workshop and discussion.
 Course Name  Intermediate Practical English
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  At the end of the semester students should be able to: 1.develop more comprehensive grammar, conversation and listening skills to build fluency in English 2.enhance reading, vocabulary-building and critical thinking skills. 3.improve their four basic skills and get more knowledge about various cultures from around the world. 4.reinforce their learning motivation through meaningful communications and in-class activities.
 Course Name  Interpersonal Communication
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Other than assigned readings, students are required to employ the interpersonal knowledge or theories they learn in the class to discuss cases in the textbook or real-life cases. In addition, they are expected to express ideas, concept or thought that is of great interest to us to persuade audience. Active participation is strongly recommended.
 Course Name  Introduction To English Teaching and Learning
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course provides an overview of teaching English to speakers of other languages with an emphasis on methodology. The skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing are treated integratively on a grammar-communication continuum. Discussions on teaching methods and skills in second or foreign language contexts will be facilitated by simulated teaching demonstrations, classroom observations, and presentations. Theories will be discussed only to an extent that the practical understanding of teaching methods is enhanced. Likewise, practical issues of teaching methods will be addressed whenever theories of language teaching and learning are introduced.
 Course Name  Physical Education (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. rhythmic breathing
2.float
3.standing drill
4.leg kick
5.arm stroke
6. breathing technique
7. front crawl basic movement combination 8.introduction to breaststroke and breaststroke practice
 Course Name  Physical Education (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. rhythmic breathing
2.float
3.standing drill
4.leg kick
5.arm stroke
6. breathing technique
7. front crawl basic movement combination 8.introduction to breaststroke and breaststroke practice
 Course Name  Practice of English Pronunciation
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  To practise and correct English 1. vowels 2. consonants 3. syllables and stress 4. rhythm 5. intonation
 Course Name  Service Learning (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  From Mon-Fri 0730-0800 sweep
 Course Name  Service Learning (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  From Mon-Fri 0730-0800 sweep
 Course Name  Tourism English
 Periods  2  Target Students  1  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to help students
1. develop a basic understanding of hospitality industry,
2. understand professional English terms used in the hospitality industry,
3. understand English with different accents, and
4. understand value, life and norms of tourists of different cultural backgrounds.
 Course Name  Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The topics include computer and Internet basics, principles of computer assisted language learning, CALL software and website evaluation, using technology to teach/learn listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, web-based CALL activities, using computer-mediated communication in language learning and teaching, and designing and creating simple CALL websites and applications. The topics are following the course schedule.
 Course Name  English Reading (3)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  the course is conducted in English. Students read articles of diverse topics and learn to grasp main ideas.
 Course Name  English Reading (3)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Materials are chosen to demonstrate the versatile spectrum of the living English.
2. Questions and discussions are designed to lead students through progressive comprehension.
3. There will be pop quizzes to ensure that students are engaged in class activities.
4. Voluntary reading of an authentic book in English is encouraged and will earn students extra credits.
5. A mid-term exam and a final exam will be administered to evaluate students' overall performance.
6. Questions will be asked to encourage analysis of the reading materials.
7. In order to enhance critical thinking, they will learn to detach from the author's view
 Course Name  English Writing (3)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course focuses on the teaching of expository writing. Some mechanics such as correct use of English grammar, word logic, sentence structures, and punctuation marks will also be included in the instruction to help the students compose more effectively. Varied instructional activities such as peer review, classroom discussion, writing workshops, etc. are used to develop the students’ writing skills and critical thinking.
 Course Name  English Writing (3)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  This course focuses on the teaching of expository writing. Some mechanics such as correct use of English grammar, word logic, sentence structures, and punctuation marks will also be included in the instruction to help the students compose more effectively. Varied instructional activities such as peer review, classroom discussion, writing workshops, etc. are used to develop the students’ writing skills and critical thinking.
 Course Name  English Writing (3)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This second-year writing focuses on the writing of different types of essays.
 Course Name  English Writing (3)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  This second-year writing focuses on the writing of different types of essays.
 Course Name  English listening and speaking training (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Oral proficiency of English is, in fact, the main focus of this course. Hence, full participation in the target language (English) in-class activities at all time is required, and previewing the material is strongly suggested so that discussions and language practice can be undertaken more effectively within class time.
2. A handout set will be supplied at the beginning of the course. It could be obtained as a hardcopy or downloadable as pdf from web space. Please make sure you get a set of the materials in order to participate. Skills obtained last semester must be applied to continue.
3. Some materials could be presented in various electronic format such as powerpoint slide and/or app application via in-class equipment and smartphone platforms, depending on the accessibility.
 Course Name  English listening and speaking training (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  1  Group  02
 Course Outline  1. Not as the course title suggested, oral proficiency of English is, in fact, the main focus of this course. Hence, full participation in the target language (English) in-class activities at all time is required, and previewing the material is strongly suggested so that discussions and language practice can be undertaken more effectively within class time.
2. A handout set will be supplied at the beginning of the course. It could be obtained as a hardcopy or downloadable as pdf from web space. Please make sure you get a set of the materials in order to participate. Skills obtained last semester must be applied to continue.
3. Some materials could be presented in various electronic format such as powerpoint slide and/or app application via in-class equipment and smartphone platforms, depending on the accessibility.
 Course Name  English listening and speaking training (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Oral proficiency of English is, in fact, the main focus of this course. Hence, full participation in the target language (English) in-class activities at all time is required, and previewing the material is strongly suggested so that discussions and language practice can be undertaken more effectively within class time.
2. A handout set will be supplied at the beginning of the course. It could be obtained as a hardcopy or downloadable as pdf from web space. Please make sure you get a set of the materials in order to participate. Skills obtained last semester must be applied to continue.
3. Some materials could be presented in various electronic format such as powerpoint slide and/or app application via in-class equipment and smartphone platforms, depending on the accessibility.
 Course Name  Financial English
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course will cover a wide range of topics and practices the skills essential to operating successfully in the financial industry. In addition, this course will help students develop their business communication proficiency by increasing their confidence and fluency in a range of skills.
 Course Name  Intermediate French (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  french pronunciation system
intonation and listening practice
french grammar
basic conversation
french song
french culture
 Course Name  Intermediate German (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The book Schritte International used more and that lesson five, six and seven. To the Übungesprogram is presented on the BBC radio.

Im Unterricht benutzen wir das Lehrwerk Schritte International I weiter, besonders Lektion fünf und sechs. Dazu wird die Übungesprogram auf dem Rundfunk BBC vorgestellt.
 Course Name  Intermediate Japanese (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is designed to introduce advanced sentences, to practice daily and basic business conversation, and to introudce commercial culture and songs of Japan.

 Course Name  Intermediate Spanish (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The use of spanish vocabulary.
2. Spanish grammar: sentences of existense, the imperative, sentences of the verb "gustar".
3. Audio CD.
4. Practice conversation.
 Course Name  Introduction To Linguistics (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Phonetics
2. Phonology
3. Morphology
4. Syntax
5. Semantics
 Course Name  Introduction To Linguistics (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course covers 1. Phonetics 2. Phonology 3. Morphology 4. Syntax 5. Semantics.
 Course Name  Introduction To Western Literature (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Please see the English teaching objectives and have them translated into Chinese by yourself.
 Course Name  Introduction To Western Literature (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims at improving students' English proficiency and cultural competence by reading masterpieces of weatern literature up to the 18th century.
 Course Name  Phonetics
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Articulation and acoustics; Phonology and phonetic transcription; English Consonants; English Vowels; Airstream mechanisms and phonation types; Consonantal guestures; Acoustic phonetics; Vowels and vowels-like articulations; Syllables and suprasegmental features; Linguistic phonetics
 Course Name  Practical Technical English Reading
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Facing the expanding development of global high-tech industries, it is important to establish English skills in order to enhance the ability of entering the high-tech field.
 Course Name  Practices of International Fairs
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course will introduce the following:
1. Getting to know the MICE industry;
2. practicing English for the MICE industry--terminology, event-scheduling, event-planning, etc.
3. studying how to participate in international trade fairs
4. related practices of conversation and writing
 Course Name  Public Relations for Business Practice
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Other than weekly readings, students are required to become familiar with and jot down all kinds of news events in Taiwan as well as in the world by constantly getting access to mass media.
 Course Name  Selective Readings from Popular Literature
 Periods  1  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims at improving students' reading,vocabulary, and writing skills. Students will listen to lecturer and then read by themselves to understand the story and write down their comprehension under the teacher's guidance.
1. "The Speckled Band"
2. "The red-headed league"
3. "Youth"
4. "Harry Potter"
 Course Name  Advanced English Reading in Technology
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Facing the expanding development of global high-tech industries, it is important to establish an English skill in order to enhance the ability of entering the high-tech field
 Course Name  CALL and Multimedia Applications
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Refer to the schedule.
 Course Name  Chinese Culture Introduction in Foreign Language
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students are expected to explore and comprehend various aspects of life and culture through reading and sharing their own experience.
 Course Name  Chinese Practical Writings
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Explain through the application of instruments and implementation,training and inspire students presentations,documents,business case,recommendation letters,correspondence and pleadings,applications and other daily living writing instruments and create capacity,and thus more competitive in the future workplace.
 Course Name  Chinese Practical Writings
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1.Pen Calligraphy: Practice basic strokes, and mastery of written font structure method.
2.Jobs Clerical
(1)resume: detailed and clearly express its
own advantages.
(2)Autobiography: Self-introduction, desired
to know people quickly grasp
point
3. Daily life instrument
(1)note (e-mail application)
(2)envelopes
(3)letters
(4)simplified: more than 90% can read
simplified and practice writing them.
 Course Name  Core Curriculm (4) Society and Culture in Taiwan
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  CH1. What is History
CH2. The society and cutural of Taiwan aborigines
CH3. The relationship of land dvelopment and ethnic groups
CH4. Folk Religion
CH5. Customs
CH6. Human resources and Education policies
CH7. The progress of Taiwan modern times
 Course Name  Core Curriculm (4) Society and Culture in Taiwan
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  CH1. What is History
CH2. The society and cutural of Taiwan aborigines
CH3. The relationship of land dvelopment and ethnic groups
CH4. Folk Religion
CH5. Customs
CH6. Human resources and Education policies
CH7. The progress of Taiwan modern times
 Course Name  Democracy and the rule of law
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Teach the basic concepts of democracy and the rule of law and connotation.
 Course Name  Democracy and the rule of law
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Teach the basic concepts of democracy and the rule of law and connotation.
 Course Name  English Listening and Speaking Training (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Not as the course title suggested, oral proficiency of English is, in fact, the main focus of this course. Hence, full participation in the target language (English) in-class activities at all time is required, and previewing the material is strongly suggested so that discussions and language practice can be undertaken more effectively within class time.
2. A handout set will be supplied at the beginning of the course. It could be obtained as a hardcopy or downloadable as pdf from web space. Please make sure you get a set of the materials in order to participate. Skills obtained last semester must be applied to continue.
3. Some materials could be presented in various electronic format such as powerpoint slide and/or app via in-class equipment as well as smartphone platforms, depending on the accessibility.
 Course Name  English Listening and Speaking Training (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  1  Group  02
 Course Outline  1. The class will include lecturing, discussion, workshop, students’ presentations/reports and exams.
2. Students are required to read assigned materials, do oral reports and participate actively in class workshop and discussion.
 Course Name  English Listening and Speaking Training (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Not as the course title suggested, oral proficiency of English is, in fact, the main focus of this course. Hence, full participation in the target language (English) in-class activities at all time is required, and previewing the material is strongly suggested so that discussions and language practice can be undertaken more effectively within class time.
2. A handout set will be supplied at the beginning of the course. It could be obtained as a hardcopy or downloadable as pdf from web space. Please make sure you get a set of the materials in order to participate. Skills obtained last semester must be applied to continue.
3. Some materials could be presented in various electronic format such as powerpoint slide and/or app via in-class equipment as well as smartphone platforms, depending on the accessibility.
 Course Name  English Reading (4)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. A wide range of engaging topics are selected to offer students both extensive and intensive reading experience.
2. Reading skills and strategies are emphasized.
3. Students apply reading strategies through exercises.
4. Vocabulary is built by extensive reading and exercises.
 Course Name  English Reading (4)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course tries to help students integrate reading and writing skills. We believe that reading and writing are interwoven and inextricable skills. Good readers write well; good writers read well.
 Course Name  English Teaching Materials and Methods
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. principles of curriculum and material design will be introduced.
2. Students will discuss, evaluate, and demonstrate various material designs. Lesson Plans will be formulated by students.
3. most popular teaching methodologies will be introduced.
4. To demonstrate their knowledge, students will videotape their teaching and send it online.
5. Micro-teaching will be conducted to demonstrate
learner's understanding of material design and teaching methodologies.
6. Peer-review is provided for the final micro-teaching.
 Course Name  English Writing (4)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course focuses on the teaching of synthesis writing and argumentative essay writing. Some mechanics such as correct use of English grammar, word logic, sentence structures, and punctuation marks will also be included in the instruction to help the students compose more effectively. Varied instructional activities such as peer review, classroom discussion, writing conferences, etc. are used to develop the students’ rhetorical awareness and critical thinking.

In this course, you will learn (1) to organize essays in a logical order and with proper transitions; (2) to write a well-organized synthesis essay with varied use of analytical strategies, including paraphrasing, summary, and quotation; (3) to write a well-organized analytical paper on a selected controversial topic; (4) to write an argumentative essay on a given topic.
 Course Name  English Writing (4)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  This course focuses on the teaching of synthesis writing and argumentative essay writing. Some mechanics such as correct use of English grammar, word logic, sentence structures, and punctuation marks will also be included in the instruction to help the students compose more effectively. Varied instructional activities such as peer review, classroom discussion, writing conferences, etc. are used to develop the students’ rhetorical awareness and critical thinking.

In this course, you will learn (1) to organize essays in a logical order and with proper transitions; (2) to write a well-organized synthesis essay with varied use of analytical strategies, including paraphrasing, summary, and quotation; (3) to write a well-organized analytical paper on a selected controversial topic; (4) to write an argumentative essay on a given topic.
 Course Name  English Writing (4)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The writing course covers 1 writing with multimedia 2 writing with information
 Course Name  English Writing (4)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  The writing course covers 1 writing with multimedia 2 writing with information
 Course Name  Intermediate French (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  french grammar
listening practice
conversation
french elementary reading
french film
french culture
 Course Name  Intermediate German (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students the following: through the dialog exercises to promote fluent conversations. The topics are about the daily life and the professional life. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning and the oral communication skills.
 Course Name  Intermediate Japanese (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students through the mouth, said other ways to promote fluent conversation. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning while improving oral communication skills. With teaching materials timely introduce Japanese culture and customs of life etiquette class sessions in order to enrich the content. The course includes classes, self-introduction, number, shopping, greet and other means of expression.
 Course Name  Intermediate Spanish (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. To learn the use of Spanish vocabularies.
2. Spanish grammar: the sentences of location with the verb estar; the sentences of time with the ver ser; the diferences between ser and estar, between hay and tener; the sentences with the verb "gustar/ encantar".
3. Audio CD and Spanish pictures.
4. Spanish dialogs between the classmates or between the profesor and the studentes.
 Course Name  Introduction To Linguistics (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Semantics; pragmatics; language storage and processing; language acquisition; second language acquisition; language variation; language contact; language change; language and culture; language and computers; practical applications
 Course Name  Introduction To Linguistics (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Pragmatics, langauge storage and processing, langauge variation, language contact, language change, language and culture
 Course Name  Introduction To Syntax
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course follows the syntactic analysis in "The Introduction to Linguistics" and tends to explore important components in Generative Grammar.
 Course Name  Introduction To Western Literature (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The course lead students to read works of English and European writers in the 19th and 20th century to improve their English. Class activities include lecturing and self-learning with guidance (note-taking, annotating, answering questions, summarizing, paraphrasing, translating, blank filling, reciting, etc.)The writers to be read include Hawthorn, Whitman, Dickinson, Flauber, Ibsen, Kafka, and Flaubert. Under the instructor's guidance, students will get familiar with the western literary tradition by doing diverse tasks in the class.
 Course Name  Introduction To Western Literature (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The course lead students to read works of English and European writers in the 19th and 20th century to improve their English. Class activities include lecturing and self-learning with guidance (note-taking, annotating, answering questions, summarizing, paraphrasing, translating, blank filling, reciting, etc.)The writers to be read include Hawthorn, Whitman, Dickinson, Flauber, Ibsen, Kafka, and Flaubert. Under the instructor's guidance, students will get familiar with the western literary tradition by doing diverse tasks in the class.
 Course Name  Practice of International Trade
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In this course, students will develop advanced professional language skills and knowledge for a variety of business-related information -- particulary in international trade. This approach emphasizes experiential learning and, as such, students will prepare and present various short presentation employing real-life scenarios. Course design includes listening drills, oral reports, role play, class discussion, pair works, and professional presentations. Students will work on a number of language skills employed in financial field.
 Course Name  Public Relations Strategy and Planning
 Periods  2  Target Students  2  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In addition to reading American public relations cases, students are also required to find and analyze a domestic PR event. In the end of semester, a teamwork based project has to be turned in to demonstrate your critical thinking and enthusiasm about public relations.
 Course Name  Advanced Japanese (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students through the mouth, said other ways to promote fluent conversation. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning while improving oral communication skills. With teaching materials timely introduce Japanese culture and customs of life etiquette class sessions in order to enrich the content. The course includes classes, self-introduction, number, shopping, greet and other means of expression.
 Course Name  Basic Business Writing Skills
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The course includes the following topics:
1. format & structure of letter
2. letter of enquiring & reply
3. letter of order & agreement
4. letter of complaint
5. letter of sales
6. recording of meeting & memoranda
7. employment application and reference
8. introduction to electronic business
 Course Name  Business English Listening and Conversation
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is to improve students' skills in the key areas of business communication: taking part in meetings, telephoning, negotiating, presenting and socializing.
 Course Name  Children's English Picture Books Teaching
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In the first month, basics about picture books will be introduced. Techniques of teaching with picture books will also be incorporated into the lessons. In the second half of the semester, students will share with class their favorite picture books and utilize different ideas to create their own picture books for teaching. Two invited lectures will be conducted to help students understand more about picture book genre and creation.
 Course Name  English Competence Training
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students have to complete a unit of online simulated TOEIC test per two weeks and are required to take the mid-term and final exams at school. It is a self-learning course.
 Course Name  English Listening Comprehension for Science and Technology
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is designed for college students who are high-intermediate to advanced non-native speakers of English in order to develop and improve their listening skills. We will listen to short clips on Google X (https://x.company/ ) and TED.com (https://www.ted.com/ ) on various topics of interest related to science and technology each week. While listening to the short clips, we will practice listening strategies such as listening for the main idea and listening for specific details to achieve understanding of content. Non-native English speakers’ talk will also be used as listening materials to train your ears to different English accents. This course will also put an emphasis on science and technology vocabulary building to increase students’ listening comprehension.
 Course Name  English and Chinese Translation (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Please see the English teaching objectives and have them translated into Chinese by yourself.
 Course Name  English and Chinese Translation (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The class contains a wide variety of sample essays in specific rhetorical styles and exercises that offer practice in both working with the writing process and developing a final written product.
 Course Name  Escort English Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is to introduce students to the field of Chinese/English escort interpretation /tour guiding through instructional activities and practice. Students will learn basic skills for presentations, hosting a foreign delegation and individual visitors. Students will also develop fundamental skills for presentation and interpretation and apply them in different scenarios pertaining to escort interpretation/tour guiding. The course focuses on informal/leisure activities. Instructional approaches include lectures, group presentations, practice, and peer critique. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  Escort English Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is to introduce students to the field of Chinese/English escort interpretation /tour guiding through instructional activities and practice. Students will learn basic skills for presentations, hosting a foreign delegation and individual visitors. Students will also develop fundamental skills for presentation and interpretation and apply them in different scenarios pertaining to escort interpretation/tour guiding. The course focuses on informal/leisure activities. Instructional approaches include lectures, group presentations, practice, and peer critique. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  High-intermediate French (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  french grammar
listening practice
conversation
french elementary reading
french film
french culture
 Course Name  High-intermediate German (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students the following: through the dialog exercises to promote fluent conversations. The topics are about the daily life and the professional life. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning and the oral communication skills.
 Course Name  High-intermediate Spanish (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Three past tenses: perfect present, past tense and imperfect past tense.
2. The uses of the Imperative
 Course Name  International Communication for Business
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is to introduce students to understand and engage with the challenges of working across cultures. They will become more aware of the differences between themselves and people from other cultures. Finally, they will be able to communicate and use English in a way that is sensitive to these differences.

Instructional approaches include lectures, group presentations, and practice. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  Language and Psychology
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course covers the acquisition, production, and comprehension of language.
 Course Name  News and Media
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is to cultivate junior students' interests in journalism and news reporting. Students are expected to distinguish the structure of news English from other types of English articles and to interpret the content of each news story with a good command of English vocabulary.
 Course Name  Off-campus Practicum (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  9  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students apply and find a place to do practicum. Then they should seek approval from the department and the university. During the practicum, the teacher will visit the student to to supervise and offer guidance if necessary.
 Course Name  Practice Outside the Campus
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students apply and find a place to do practicum. Then they should seek approval from the department and the university. During the practicum, the teacher will visit the student to to supervise and offer guidance if necessary.
 Course Name  Research Methodology
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students need to devote a large amount of time to reading and thinking in and out of class.
 Course Name  Research Methodology
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students need to devote a large amount of time to reading and thinking in and out of class.
 Course Name  Second Language Acquisition
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is a general introductory course on second language acquisition (SLA). In this course, we will explore how languages are learned and how the first language acquisition is similar or different from second language learning. At the end of this course, you will develop a broad conceptual framework of SLA processes as well as a personally relevant understanding of SLA, which will help you understand your learners better and become a more effective second or foreign language teacher.
 Course Name  Selected Reading in Novel
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The class will include lecturing, discussion, workshop, students’ presentations/reports and exams. 2. Students are required to read assigned materials, do oral reports and participate actively in class workshop and discussion.
 Course Name  Advanced Business English Listening and Conversation
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In this course, students will develop advanced professional language skills and knowledge for a variety of organizational functions and occasions. This approach emphasizes experiential learning and, as such, students will prepare and present various short presentation employing real-life scenarios. Course design includes listening drills, oral reports, role play, class discussion, pair works, and professional presentations. Students will work on a number of skills employed in listening and speaking effectively.
 Course Name  Advanced Business Writing
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Review the format & structure of business
lettes
2. business writing for international trades
3. letter of sales
4. recording of meeting & memoranda
5. Letters of social relations
6. employment application and reference
 Course Name  Chinese English Translation (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The class contains a wide variety of sample essays in specific rhetorical styles and exercises that offer practice in both working with the writing process and developing a final written product.
 Course Name  Chinese English Translation (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The class contains a wide variety of sample essays in specific rhetorical styles and exercises that offer practice in both working with the writing process and developing a final written product.
 Course Name  English Competence Training
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  0  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students have to complete a unit of online simulated TOEIC test per three weeks and are required to take the mid-term and final exams at school. It is a self-learning course.
 Course Name  English for Media and Communication
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to
1. help students understanding news structure and enhance English news reading skills,
2. encourage students to question news with critical thinking in news discussions,
3. and train students to interview, edit and news journal writing.
 Course Name  European and American Feminism
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The class will include lecturing, discussion, workshop, students’ presentations/reports and exams.

2. Students are required to read assigned materials, do oral reports and participate actively in class workshop and discussion.
 Course Name  High-intermediate French (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  intermediate french grammar
Listening practice
conversation
french son
french elementary reading
french culture
 Course Name  High-intermediate German (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students the following: through the dialog exercises to promote fluent conversations. The topics are about the daily life and the professional life. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning and the oral communication skills.
 Course Name  High-intermediate Japanese (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is designed to introduce advanced sentences, to practice daily and basic business conversation, and to introduce commercial culture and songs of Japan.
 Course Name  High-intermediate Spanish (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The use of three past tenses: perfect present, past tense and imperfect past tense.
2. The use of the imperative mode.
 Course Name  Language Testing and Assessment
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  With fundamental understanding of language assessment, students are hoped to design their own tests under various teaching situation.
 Course Name  Listening and Speaking Training of English for Technology
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is aimed at preparing students who are interested in or intend to get a job in technology. This approach emphasizes experiential learning and, as such, students will explore a wide variety of technologyical fields and situations based on real-life scenarios. Course design includes listening drills, oral reports, current events and news, role play, class discussion, pair works, and professional presentations. Students will work on a number of skills employed in listening and speaking effectively.
 Course Name  Off-campus Practicum (1)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  9  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students apply and find a place to do practicum. Then they should seek approval from the department and the university. During the practicum, the teacher will visit the student to to supervise and offer guidance if necessary.
 Course Name  Off-campus Practicum (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  9  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students apply and find a place to do practicum. Then they should seek approval from the department and the university. During the practicum, the teacher will visit the student to to supervise and offer guidance if necessary.
 Course Name  Practice Outside the Campus
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students apply and find a place to do practicum. Then they should seek approval from the department and the university. During the practicum, the teacher will visit the student to to supervise and offer guidance if necessary.
 Course Name  Professional Ethics
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  Teaching in Chinese and English
 Course Name  Professional Ethics
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  After taking this course, learners shall be able to: understand code of ethics, demonstrate critical thinking ability, and develop interpersonal communication skills.
 Course Name  Public Speech
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. the purpose 2. the audience 3. content, organization,and timing 4. preparing, practicing and performing 5. designing and using visuals 6. preparing the room 7.presenting yoursself 8. content and organization 9. the opening 10. the opening: topic statement 11. the opening: outlining 12. the body: making transitions
 Course Name  Public Speech
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. the purpose 2. the audience 3. content, organization,and timing 4. preparing, practicing and performing 5. designing and using visuals 6. preparing the room 7.presenting yoursself 8. content and organization 9. the opening 10. the opening: topic statement 11. the opening: outlining 12. the body: making transitions
 Course Name  Special Topics (1)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course guides students to design and carry out a project with instructions on the following five parts.
I. Choose a topic
How to pick up a topic(選定題目)
How to narrow down a topic
How to do preliminary search
How to ask research questions
How to write a proposal
II. Collect information (蒐集資料)
How to use library and web resources
How to do bibliography
How to design a questionnaire
How to conduct a survey
III. Evaluate materials (評估及分析資料)
How to identify useful materials and take notes
How to analyze statistic date
IV. Organize your ideas (組織內容)
How to write an outline
How to write a report for the project
 Course Name  Special Topics (1)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course guides students to design and carry out a project with instructions on the following five parts.
I. Choose a topic
How to pick up a topic(選定題目)
How to narrow down a topic
How to do preliminary search
How to ask research questions
How to write a proposal
II. Collect information (蒐集資料)
How to use library and web resources
How to do bibliography
How to design a questionnaire
How to conduct a survey
III. Evaluate materials (評估及分析資料)
How to identify useful materials and take notes
How to analyze statistic date
IV. Organize your ideas (組織內容)
How to write an outline
How to write a report for the project
 Course Name  Basic E-C Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This two-semester course is to introduce students to the field of Chinese/English interpretation through instructional activities and intensive practices. Students will develop basic skills for consecutive and simultaneous interpretation. The course in the first semester is to introduce essential interpreting skills as well as sight interpretation and to lay the ground work for consecutive interpretation. The course in the 2nd semester focuses on intensive practices in consecutive interpretation and fundamental skills for simultaneous interpretation. Instructional appraoches include lectures and intensive practices. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  Basic E-C Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  This two-semester course is to introduce students to the field of Chinese/English interpretation through instructional activities and intensive practices. Students will develop basic skills for consecutive and simultaneous interpretation. The course in the first semester is to introduce essential interpreting skills as well as sight interpretation and to lay the ground work for consecutive interpretation. The course in the 2nd semester focuses on intensive practices in consecutive interpretation and fundamental skills for simultaneous interpretation. Instructional appraoches include lectures and intensive practices. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  Basic E-C Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This two-semester course is to introduce students to the field of Chinese/English interpretation through instructional activities and intensive practices. Students will develop basic skills for consecutive and simultaneous interpretation. The course in the first semester is to introduce essential interpreting skills as well as sight interpretation and to lay the ground work for consecutive interpretation. The course in the 2nd semester focuses on intensive practices in consecutive interpretation and fundamental skills for simultaneous interpretation. Instructional appraoches include lectures and intensive practices. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  Basic E-C Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  02
 Course Outline  This two-semester course is to introduce students to the field of Chinese/English interpretation through instructional activities and intensive practices. Students will develop basic skills for consecutive and simultaneous interpretation. The course in the first semester is to introduce essential interpreting skills as well as sight interpretation and to lay the ground work for consecutive interpretation. The course in the 2nd semester focuses on intensive practices in consecutive interpretation and fundamental skills for simultaneous interpretation. Instructional appraoches include lectures and intensive practices. Preview and preparation are must in order to succeed the course.
 Course Name  English Business Presentations
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is designed to enhance students’ oral communication skills for effective presentation in English. Students will learn the fundamentals of effective presentation and develop their presentation skills through various types of preparation and practice. The emphasis of this course will be place on three major types of presentations: presentation with aids, information briefing, and persuasion briefing. Students are also expected to give constructive feedback to the presentation delivered by their peers with the aim to create supportive environment for mutual growth.
 Course Name  English Speech Training
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  這是一個實用的課程,激勵先進的學生自信而有效地說英文。該課程幫助學生掌握語音的溝通和聆聽技能,並且可以應用在日常生活的溝通裡頭。本課程特點包含有效地利用眼睛接觸,姿勢,手勢和語音各類技巧於演講中。
 Course Name  English Speech Training
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  這是一個實用的課程,激勵先進的學生自信而有效地說英文。該課程幫助學生掌握語音的溝通和聆聽技能,並且可以應用在日常生活的溝通裡頭。本課程特點包含有效地利用眼睛接觸,姿勢,手勢和語音各類技巧於演講中。
 Course Name  English Teaching for Children
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. An introduction of second language pedagogy
2. Motivating and setting goals for career in teaching children English
3. Developing self-confidence and lowering anxiety
4. Course design for children English learning
5. Teaching method and execution
6. Evaluation and Reinforcement
 Course Name  English and British Cultures
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In this course, students will develop advanced language skills and knowledge for a variety of cultural content. This approach emphasizes experiential learning and, as such, students will prepare and present various short presentation employing real-life scenarios in different societies. Course design includes listening drills, oral reports, role play, class discussion, pair works, and professional presentations. Students will work on a number of skills employed in reading, listening, writing, and speaking effectively.
 Course Name  News Editing and Translations
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Other than the sample news stories in the textbook, students are required to read foreign news and will turn in in-class assignment besides active participation.
 Course Name  Reading Strategies
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  In this course, students will be introduced to a variety of academic reading and vocabulary-building skills, which they then apply to high-interest, thematically related readings.
 Course Name  Special Topics (2)
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. analyze and organize data
2. write thesis
3. present finding
 Course Name  Special Topics (2)
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  1  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. analyze and organize data
2. write thesis
3. present finding
 Course Name  Technical English Writing
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The writing skill used in industrial technologies
will be given, such as description of technical process,preparation of technical document.
 Course Name  Translation of Technical Documents
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The class contains a wide variety of sample essays in specific rhetorical styles and exercises that offer practice in both working with the writing process and developing a final written product.
 Course Name  Advanced Technology English Writing
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The writing skill used in industrial technologies will be given, such as description of technical process, preparation of technical document.
 Course Name  Discussion On Business English News
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students will be able to 1. comprehend the basic knowledge of business 2. analyze practical business cases 3. continue studying advanced business courses.
 Course Name  English for International Conference
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Academic conferences
Business meetings
Colloquium
 Course Name  English in MICE
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students will learn linguistic skills needed in the industry. The teaching approaches include lectures, drill, and invited speeches.
 Course Name  Practical Chinese-English Interpretation
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This Chinese-English Interpretation course is designed to enhance students' proficiency through intensive translation and interpretation exercises in Chinese and English for general and specific purposes.
 Course Name  Practical German
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to train students the following: through the mouth to promote fluent conversation. And timely manner by grouping role playing to improve interest in learning while improving oral communication skills.