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複数の学科・専攻・コースで開講されている科目は、開講を担当する学科・専攻・コースの定めた「身につく能力」を表示しているため、履修要項・大学院要覧記載の「身につく能力」とは異なるものが表示されていることがあります。
そのため「身につく能力」については履修要項・大学院要覧も確認するようにしてください。
授業コード   Course Code 2MF4048000
授業開講年度   Year of Class 2019年度
授業形態   Course Mode 実験・実習・実技
授業名称   Class Name KC4004Internship B
テーマ   Theme
科目名   Name of Subject KC4004Internship B
英字科目名
English Name of Subject
KC4004Internship B
身につく能力
Ability to be Acquired in This Class
◎=科目に最も関連する能力
〇=科目に関連する能力
知識・理解 Basic academic skills
知識・理解 General academic skills
汎用的技能 Communication in multiple languages
汎用的技能 Ability to analyse Japan's role in a globalizing society
態度・志向性 Leadership
態度・志向性 Humanity capable of forging transcultural human relations
態度・志向性 Ability to use language skills to engage in group projects
統合的な学習経験と創造的思考力 Ability to analyse problems that arise in global society and search for solutions to them
科目単位数   Credit 4
履修期   Term 春学期集中
教員氏名   Name of Teacher 田中 桂子
開講キャンパス   Campus 横浜
曜時   Day and Period 集中(春集)
授業概要   Course Description You will select to do one or two of the following options:
1. On-Campus TA in English language course
2. On-Campus TA in MOOCS-Blended course
3. Off-Campus TA ~ Teaching English to children at YMCA
4. On and Off-Campus Business Internship ~ Engage in regular work or special project assigned by a company supervisor
Participants of the course must keep in regular touch with the course instructor and meet the instructor as necessary for debriefing and consultation. They must also respond to email messages from the instructor within 48 hours—in a professionally acceptable manner.
到達目標   Class Goals This upper division course is intended to develop your career focus, interest, and knowledge.

For Language Education Internships:
1. Learn about language learning
2. Develop classroom management skills
3. Learn how to lead and motivate others
4. Communicate effectively across cultures
5. Identify your strengths and things you need to work on
6. Find out about yourself and your hidden talents

For Corporate Internships:
1. Adapt to Japanese organizational practices
2. Develop specific work-related skills
3. Learn how to lead and motivate others
4. Communicate effectively across cultures
5. Develop skills to plan and engage in projects
6. Enhance project reporting and writing skills
7. Create an enduring network

The goal of this course is not limited to developing specific skills in teaching English or skills needed to succeed in a linguistically and culturally different workplace. The more fundamental goal of this course is to recognize and work with differences—differences in attitudes, behaviors, thinking, communicative styles—so that you develop a more global perspective through this experience.

We believe that by going beyond the classroom and instead, by participating in a Japanese organization where you will be working side-by-side with people living in Japan, you will be able to acquire a deeper understanding of both your own and other ways of thinking and doing.

The university community, schools, or corporations which invites you will also benefit from working with you for it is expected that you will make a positive contribution toward individual and organizational development in various ways.

In sum, as with other courses in the Global Studies Program, this internship course reinforces your global perspective and leadership and communication skills. Through this internship, you will also develop organizational, communication, presentation, and management skills.

This is one of the signature courses in the Department of International Studies. It is recommended that you take this course together with other lecture courses in the program.
授業言語   Language 英語
アクティブ・ラーニング   Active Learning アクティブ・ラーニング対応
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授業に関する注意事項   
Remarks for Class
Option 1 and 2: On-Campus TA
Participants of this program have two options:
(1) Select one mentor who you wish to work with in our Academic English Program, take initiative in contacting him/her, and in completing the Teaching Assistantship Contract. A copy of the contract must be submitted to the instructor of this course before work begins (2-3 participants).
(2) Become a TA in our Experimental MOOCS Class that will be held on Mondays Period 4. This means you cannot take any classes during this period. Teaching Assistantship Contract must be completed and submitted to the instructor of this course (Professors Igawa and Sekiguchi) before work begins (Several participants) .
Anticipated working hours including time in the classroom = 6 hours per week
Stipend:
Participants of both options must be in the classroom once a week for a minimum of 11 weeks. In addition, participants must teach or lead discussions in parts of class sessions as necessary. When asked to do so, participants work with the mentor teachers or others to plan lessons, develop teaching materials, and fulfill other teaching responsibilities. Observation or Teaching Report must be written for each class attended.


Option 3: Off-campus TA
Teaching requirements are designated by the off-campus organizations (YMCA and Community Program). Students working off campus will meet the “employers” –the organization sponsoring the internship and work out the details of the activities with the employer.
Anticipated working hours including time in the classroom = 6 hours per week
Stipend for YMCA
Stipend for Community Program

Option 4: On and Off-Campus Business Internship
Work requirements are designated by the university or corporations and which invites you as an intern. Students working off campus will first be interviewed. Only successful interviewees will be invited to participate in the internship. The details of the internship activities including the items below must be worked out and documented. Then it must be agreed upon and signed off by the professor in charge of this course:
Anticipated working hours including time outside regular work hours
The nature and goal of work that the university or corporation assigns you to complete
Stipend for the work including transportation costs if any
Working attire and other rules
Those interested in this option must apply for the internship by preparing a resume and an application cover letter and contact the assigned point person in a timely manner.
教科書   Texts None-handouts are given to students as necessary
参考書   Reference Books None-handouts are given to students as necessary
成績評価の基準   
Evaluation Criteria
Grading Criteria for the Participants of Option 1, 2, and 3:

A. Portfolio 70 %
All students must submit a portfolio consisting of the following to receive a grade for the course:
1. Curriculum Vitae (minimum 1 page)
2. Observation logs (of 3 different instructors including your mentor teacher)
3. Learning Journal 10 entries minimum (one entry should be at least 500 words—one entry should be submitted every week through the mailbox of the instructor)
4. Evaluation (by students and mentors/supervisors—you must make the evaluation form on your own)
5. Teaching Philosophy and Self-Assessment focusing on what was learned through this internship experience (this should be a minimum of 1000 words).
B. Presentation 10 %
C. Mentor teacher evaluation 20 %

Grading Criteria for the Participants of Option 4:
A. Portfolio 70 %
1. Curriculum Vitae (minimum 1 page)
2. One of the following:
a. Collection of product(s) if the assignment was “special project”
b. Reflective journal 10 entries minimum (one entry should be at least 500 words—one entry should be submitted every week through e-learning)
3. Self-Assessment focusing on what was learned through this internship experience (this should be a minimum of 1000 words).
B. Presentation 10 %
C. Work supervisor evaluation 20 %
関連URL   Related URL NONE
備考   Notes The instructor WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY WORK BY EMAIL.
添付ファイルの注意事項   Notice
更新日時   Date of  Update 2019年04月09日 20時08分31秒