Course List
 Course Name  Advanced English Listening and Speaking Training (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. The aspect of 'speaking' is focused as you can imagine. The goal is to sharpen oral communication skills through various methodology-based activities. Therefore, full participation in 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. Do not be afraid to ASK questions.
 Course Name  Advanced English Reading (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Week1: Course orientation & Pretest
Week2: Unit 1 Are you getting enough sleep?
Week3: Unit 1 Are you getting enough sleep?
Week4: Unit 2 Helping others.
Week5: Unit 2 Helping others
Week6: Unit 4 How to be a successful businessman
Week7: Unit 4 How to be a successful businessman
Week8: Review
Week9: Midterm Exam
Week10: Unit 5 Cross cultural communication
Week11: Unit 5 Cross cultural communication
Week13: Unit 6 Great place to visit
Week14: Unit 6 Great place to visit
Week15: Unit 7 How safe is nuclear power?
Week16: Unit 7 How safe is nuclear power?
Week17:Review
Week18:Final Exam
 Course Name  Advanced English Writing (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  What is an essay? What is an academic essay? What is a paragraph? Developing Ideas for Writing; The Topic Sentence
; Supporting and Concluding Sentences; Various styles of paragraphs
 Course Name  English Grammar & Rhetoric (1)
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Introduction
2. Types of sentences & practices
3. Types of sentences & practices
4. Word categories & practices
5. Conjunctions: coordinate & practices
6. Conjunctions: subordinate & practices
7. Clauses: adjective & practices
 Course Name  English Presentation
 Periods  1  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  English Pronunciation
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course aims to help EFL students improve pronunciation. Students have to engage in active practice as follows:
1. Raising awareness through listening, explanation, and demonstration
2. Practicing pronunciation in a variety of texts, contexts, and activities
3. Learning in terms of focused, communicative and extended practice
 Course Name  English for the Hospitality Industry
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  When in Rome...
Dealing with enquiries
Around the world
Good morning
Explaining dishes
May I take your order?
Drinks, snacks, and desserts
Eating habits
Welcome to our restaurant
Responding to enquiries

 Course Name  Films and Literature
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students will work in groups to make an oral report on various aspects of the movies and written works, if any.
 Course Name  Introduction To English Teaching and Learning
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is an introduction to language learning and teaching, underlying theoretical and practical concerns as follows:
1.First language acquisition: Behavioral, Nativist, and Functional approaches
2.Age issues in terms of neurological, cognitive, affective , linguistic concerns
3.Human learning and individual differences
4.Personality factors and sociocultural factors in language learning
5.Interlanguge and error analysis in learner language development
6.Communicative competence and classroom applications
 Course Name  The Discipline of Chinese Literature
 Periods  1  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  THis curriculum is the school year class , on the semester by professor the classical literature , the next semester will develop and the classical prose and the philosophic thinking . In the classical literature professor inducts by "the word study " , from the introduction word origin , the development and various time great word , to the appreciation teaching with the book in the teaching material , enables schoolmate in excellent poet's time background , understood the word makes exquisite , then initiation to interest of the classical literature.
 Course Name  Advanced English Listening and Speaking Training (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  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  Advanced English Reading (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  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  Advanced English Writing (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  What is an essay? What is an academic essay? What is a paragraph? Developing Ideas for Writing; The Topic Sentence
; Supporting and Concluding Sentences; Various styles of paragraphs
 Course Name  English Grammar & Rhetoric (2)
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  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 Teaching Materials and Methods
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Learners are required to accomplish units assigned to them and present to the class according to the time and format discussed in the class. English learning activities, standalone or incorporated within powerpoint presentation, designed by learners and executed in the class, will be accounted for learners’ grades. This course may be undertaking the Cooperative Learning approach in learners' grouping and learning.
 Course Name  Financial English
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The students will be taught how to prepare letters of inquiries, quotations, orders, payments , complaints, adjustments. The students are likewise going to be taught how to prepare memos and reports.

 Course Name  General Course
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline 
 Course Name  Practice of English Pronunciation
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Vowels
2. Consonants
3. Syllables and Stress
4. Rhythm
5. Intonation
 Course Name  Selected Reading in Novel
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is a study of representative selections in Classical American short stories. During the first reading, students will be encouraged to express their immediate and personal reaction and then answer some guided questions in group discussion to help them understand the story plot. Before the second reading, students are given guidelines regarding key aspects of theme and languaige to look for, so that by the end of second reading they will understand more underlying meaning, universal truths and the writer’s style such as metaphor, simile, symbol and personification. Then students will share their views on the controversial actions or standpoints raised in the story in a class debate format and prepare for a drama playing script. In the third stage, students will have a chance to review and practice a particular grammatical aspect that is illustrated in the story. Finally, students can work on some writing assignments which range from paragraphs to essays.
 Course Name  Tourism English
 Periods  2  Target Students  3  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  22 Confirming reservations
26 Checking in
27 Facilities: Enjoy your stay
28 Giving information
31 How would you like to pay
32 Changing money
34 Is service included
35 To and from the airport
36 Local knowledge
37 Offering and requesting
38 Car rental
40 The best way to get there
41 Is there anything I can do
 Course Name  Basic Business Writing Skills
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Purposes of Business Writing:
To explain or justify actions already taken
To convey information, as in a research report or the promulgation of a new company policy
To influence the reader to take some action
To deliver good or bad news
To direct action
 Course Name  Business English Listening and Conversation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. Full participation in the target language (English) in-class activities at all time is required, as you all know, 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 contain8ing tape scripts of the in-class video may be supplied at the beginning of the course. It could be obtained as a hardcopy or downloadable as pdf from KUAS web space. Please make sure you get a set of the materials for class use.
3. Some materials could be presented in various electronic format such as video, powerpoint slide and/or flash interactive activities via in-class equipment depending on the accessibility.
 Course Name  Chinese-English Translation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is to train students’ understanding of texts from the source language through reading and discussion, and thus students should make the appropriate decision when translating them into the target language. All materials for practice are mostly from literature works to develop students’ sensitivity in word choosing, syntactical structure, and context. There is no midterm and final exams. Students are graded based on results of their assignments and performance in class.
 Course Name  English Course Design
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1. principles of curriculum design
2. modules of curriculum design
3. design practice
4. lesson plan design
 Course Name  Escort English Interpretation
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  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  Intermediate Practical English
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students in this class are strongly encouraged to express ideas and talk aloud in English. They are also required to identify main ideas in each chapter by completing weekly reading assignments.
 Course Name  International Communication for Business
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  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  Journalistic English
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  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  Practical Technical English Reading
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  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  Selective Readings from Popular Literature
 Periods  1  Target Students  4  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 Writing
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  1.writing a persuasive proposal
2.writing a sales promotion plan
3.writing a work report
4.writing a meeting announcement
5.writing a business trip report
6.writing a promotion letter
7.writing a classifieds
8.writing a negotiating a price reduction
 Course Name  Advanced English Reading in Technology
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  The content of this course includes information from Studio Classroom/news videos/Internet with focus on cutting-edge technology. The topics cover four fascinating categories:
1. wearable gadgets (google glass, virtual reality, translation earpieces),
2. cars (flying cars, driverless cars, air-powered cars)
3. robots (healthcare robots, friendly robots, robotic suits for the disabled),
4. environmental concerns (dealing with e-waste, solar-powered buildings) etc.

 Course Name  Culture and Communication
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is an introduction to the following areas:
1. Culture and cultural diversities; 2. Cross-cultural communication; 3. Verbal and nonverbal communication; 4. Interpersonal communication; and 5. Education and work.
 Course Name  English Presentation for Commodity Exhibition
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is mainly divided into two parts: 1) brief introduction of fundamental knowledge abd concept in trade exhibitions. 2) effective language skills in commodity exhibition.
Based on this principle, the design of this course involves:
1) Marketing and advertisement
2) Understanding of different presentation skills for various media
3) Practical writing and oral drills for different industries and products.
4) Analysis for various "real world" examples of product presentations and exhibitions.
 Course Name  English Reading of Newspapers and Magazines
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Students need to read a variety of articles, try to give their own opinion about them, and think critically in class.
 Course Name  English Speech Training
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course will require students to deliver a solid and interesting presentation, but instruct each student to organize an academic or business topic relevant to his/her work place.
 Course Name  General Course
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline 
 Course Name  Language and Society
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  This course is an introduction to sociolinguistics, underlying the relationship between language and society as well as the interactions between language users and social structures. To understand language in use, we will look at the structure of conversation and the relevant concerns regarding politeness and terms of addresses. We will discuss dialectal, stylistically, social, sexual and ethnical variations in language use, reflecting identity, formality, social stratification, gender difference and even political power. We will also consider some bilingual and multilingual encounters in terms of code switching and code mixing, pidgins and creoles, language shift and language rights, etc. Corresponding to the above-mentioned topics, we will internalize the knowledge by incorporating sociolinguistic research conducted in Taiwan.
 Course Name  Translation of Technical Documents
 Periods  2  Target Students  4  Credit(s)  2  Group  01
 Course Outline  Course Description
This course is the advanced course to English-Chinese Translation.
Students are required to:
1. Read articles of various categories from news websites;and
2. Study in advance the assigned reading materials; The topics will cover technology, healthcare, business and some others.
Periodical in-class practices will be given. Class instruction will include lectures, presentations, project discussions, and in-class quizzes and practices.

3. Attend the class and complete assignments on time.