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授業科目名 異文化理解I
時間割番号 EEL331
担当教員名 グレアム.P.
開講学期・曜日・時限 後期・水・III 単位数 2
<対象学生>
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<授業の目的および概要>
The aim of this course is to have students discover more about European culture and society, about the way people in Europe live their lives and how this relates to Japanese culture and society.
<到達目標>
The goal is for students to be able to understand and relate more easily to differences in cultural heritage and background, enabling them to have a deeper knowledge of foreign cultures and how these are related to their own culture, so promoting internationalization.
<授業の方法>
The course will give an over view of European, in particular, British culture and society by studying a variety of texts concerning European istory, geography, education, health and social issues, eating and leisure habits, etc. In the class, use will be made of proverbs, poetry, traditional folksongs, etc. to achieve a better understanding of foreign culture.
<成績評価の方法>
No評価項目割合評価の観点
1試験:期末期 40  %final examination 
2小テスト/レポート 30  %reports 
3受講態度 30  %class participation and attendance 
<受講に際して・学生へのメッセージ>
Students should use class time well by participating positively and enthusiastically in the lesson. They should arrive at class in good time. They should prepare and review lessons thoroughly. If all the work done in class is carefully reviewed, the final examination will be no problem.
<テキスト>
  1. Mark Jewel, Passport to Britain, Asahi Press, ISBN:978-4-255-15477-0,
    (Additional teaching materials will be provided by the teacher.)
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<授業計画の概要>
Text: Passport to Britain, M. Jewel, Asahi Press

Week 1. What is Europe? A brief review of some points about the history and geography of Europe
Week 2. Welcome to Britain. A look at the present set-up of the United Kingdom
Week 3. London (1): A living history. A brief overview of the history and some landmarks of London
Week 4. London (2): Busy streets and busy people. A look at the social life and activities of people in London
Week 5. Fascinating facts about Halloween. A look at the origins and practices of the festival
Week 6. London (3): The play''s the thing. A look at London''s ''theatreland''
Week 7. European stereotypes: true or false? How Europeans regard one another
Week 8. Italy and Japan: surprising similarities
Week 9. Manchester: City on the move
Week 10. York and Haworth: medieval city and moors
Week 11. The Lake District: a poetic landscape
Week 12. The Roman frontier: a trip to the border area between England and Scotland
Week 13. Edinburgh: ''Athens of the North'' and the Scottish Highlands
Week 14. Final Examination
Week 15. Review of final examination and discussion of the course