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Introduction to Modern Western Literature


FCU
Enrollment in this course is by invitation only
壹、課程基本資料
  • 課程名稱: 西方現代文學概論 (INTRODUCTION TO MODERN WESTERN LITERATURE)
  • 教學型態: 非同步遠距教學
  • 授課教師姓名及職稱: Dana Badger Simpson, Professor
  • 開課單位名稱: 通識中心
  • 課程學制: 學士班
  • 部別: 日間部
  • 科目類別: 專業科目
  • 部校定: 院定
  • 開課期限: 一學期(半年)
  • 選課別: 選修
  • 學分數: 4
  • 每週上課時數: 10
  • 開課班級數: 1
  • 預計總修課人數: 40
  • 全英語教學: 是
    • 貳、課程教學計畫
    • 教學目標
      • 1. Explain the active and reactive processes of Western literary developments.
        2. Explain the subjective and objective characteristics of different literary periods.
        3. Identify and describe a number of different writers and styles from each period.
        4. Give a general overview of the historical context of certain literary movements.
    • 適合修習對象: Undergraduate students need to get credits for humanity courses.
    • 課程內容大綱
      • 週次1: (遠距教學)Unit 1: The Enlightenment; Unit 2: Romanticism I
        週次2: (遠距教學)Unit 2: Romanticism I (continue); Unit 3: Romanticism II
        週次3: (遠距教學)Unit 3: Romanticism II (continue); Unit 4: Realism and Symbolism
        週次4: (遠距教學)Unit 4: Realism and Symbolism (continue); Unit 5: Modernism and Modernity I
        週次5: (遠距教學)Unit 5: Modernism and Modernity I (continue); Unit 6: Modernism and Modernity II
    • 教學方式
      • ☑ 提供線上課程主要及補充教材
        ☑ 提供線上非同步教學
        ☑ 有線上教師或線上助教
        ☑ 提供線上同步教學,次數:5次,總時數:5小時
    • 學習管理系統
      • 提供給系統管理者進行學習管理系統資料庫管理
        ☑ 個人資料
        ☑ 課程資訊
        ☑ 其他相關資料管理功能
        提供教師(助教)、學生必要之學習管理系統功能
        ☑ 最新消息發佈、瀏覽
        ☑ 教材內容設計、觀看、下載
        ☑ 成績系統管理及查詢
        ☑ 進行線上測驗、發佈
        ☑ 互動式學習設計(聊天室或討論區)
    • 師生互動討論方式: Email, WeChat Group
    • 作業繳交方式: 提供線上說明作業內容、線上即時作業填答、作業檔案上傳及下載、線上測驗、成績查詢
    • 成績評量方式.
      • One oral presentation--> 20%
        Five short papers (Reflections)--> 50%
        Final Exam--> 30%
        Total = 100%
    • 上課注意事項
      • Feng Chia University defines academic misconduct as any act by a student that misrepresents the student’s own academic work or that compromises the academic work of another. Scholastic misconduct includes (but is not limited to) cheating on assignments or examinations; plagiarizing, i.e., misrepresenting as one’s own work any work done by another; submitting the same paper, or a substantially similar paper, to meet the requirements of more than one course without the approval and consent of the instructors concerned; or sabotaging another’s work within these general definitions. Instructors, however, determine what constitutes academic misconduct in the courses they teach. Students found guilty of academic misconduct in any portion of the academic work face penalties that range from the lowering of their course grade to awarding a grade of F for the entire course.