대학원 영어과정




 

ESL 회화프로그램

 

ESL 회화프로그램은 (영어가 모국어가 아닌) 국제 박사과정 학생 및 지원받는 석사과정 학생이 영어로 교육을 행할수 있는 수준으로 영어능력을 향상시키는데 도움을 드리기 위해 설계되었습니다. iBT TOEFL, IELTS, 혹은 TSE 내 스피킹 항목에서 충분한 능력을 증명하지 못한 대학원생들에게는 두 레벨에 해당하는 대학원 ESL 과목이 제공됩니다: ESL 581 Intermediate Oral/Aural Skills; ESL 585 Advanced Oral/Aural Skills.

 

 

영어능력요건

 

TSE 40-44, IELTS 5-5.5, 혹은 iBT TOEFL 스피킹 파트15-18:  해당 점수의 학생은 ESL 581 Intermediate Oral/Aural Skills, 를 이수해야 하며, 수업조교의 기회가 주어지지 않습니다. “B” 혹은 이상의 학점을 받은 학생은 ESL 585과목을 다음 수강하게 되며, “B-” 혹은 이하를 받은 학생은 ESL 581 과목을 재수강해야 합니다.

 

TSE 45-49, IELTS 6.0, 혹은 iBT TOEFL 스피킹 파트19-21: 해당 점수의 학생은 조교로 활동하면서 채점을 하거나, 보강 수업을 맡아 진행할 수도 있으나, ESL 581 Intermediate Oral/Aural Skills를 수강해야 합니다. ESL 581 수강 중, 학생은 학부의 수업채점 및/혹은 보강수업 진행으로 교육활동이 가능한 영역을 제한합니다. “B-” 혹은 이하를 받은 학생은 ESL 581을 재수강해야하며, 두번째 수강하는 시기에 교육활동을 금합니다. (채점은 가능)

 

TSE 50-54, IELTS 6.5-7, 혹은 iBT TOEFL 스피킹 파트 22-24: 해당 점수의 학생은 ESL 585 Advanced Oral/Aural Skills를 (수업조교와 동시병행 가능) 수강해야 합니다. “B” 혹은 이상의 학점을 받은 학생은 영어능력요건이 충족되었으므로 더이상 ESL과목을 수강할 필요가 없게 됩니다. 수업을 수강하는 중, 학생은 교육활동에 참여할 수 있습니다. “B-” 혹은 이하를 받은 학생은 ESL 585과목을 재수강해야 하며, 두번째 수강하는 시기에 교육활동을 금합니다.

 

TSE 55 이상, IELTS 7점 이상, 혹은 iBT TOEFL 스피킹 파트 24점 이상: 한국뉴욕주립대학교의 영어능력요건을 충족시키기 때문에 ESL과목이수요건에서 제외됩니다.

 

대학원 과목 안내

 

ESL 581 Intermediate Oral/Aural Skills Class

The purpose of this course is to do intensive work in aural and oral language skills. Emphasis is on the segmental level: vowel/consonant work, syllable work and word stress as well as rhythm on the sentence level. Summarizing and questioning are practiced with work on learning styles. Students’ awareness of American teaching and cultural patterns are stressed. Observing American professors and students in class is encouraged. A student will receive a diagnostic assessment of her/his language segmental and suprasegmental difficulties from the instructor and will be expected to work on improvement in these speech areas both in the classroom and independently in the language laboratories. Successful completion (a B or higher) of the course leads to ESL 585; a B- necessitates repetition of this course. (Prerequisite: IELTS score of 5-6, or iBT score of 15-21)

 

ESL 585 Advanced Oral/Aural Skills Class

This course further develops language skills at the suprasegmental level, teaching skills, cultural awareness and presentation skills. Intonation is taught with self-monitoring strategies. The teaching skills examine strategies for introducing yourself, your syllabus, explaining a visual, defining terms, giving presentations and giving successful lectures. Analysis of presentations is given to each student. Cultural awareness is centered on some assumptions affecting teaching in the American classroom. Successful completion of this course (a B or better) clears the student from the oral/aural ESL requirements. (Prerequisites: an IELTS score of 6.5-7, or iBT score of 22-24)

 

대학원ESL 요건

 

TOEFL
iBT
Speak

IELTS

Speak

과목이수조건

결과

25-30

7.5 혹은 Higher

해당사항없음

수업조교 (TA) 자격

22-24

6.5-7

ESL 585

수업조교 (TA) 자격

19-21

6

ESL 581

보강수업 및 랩 세션 진행 및/혹은 채점 가능

15-18

5-5.5

ESL 581

수업조교 (TA) 자격 불충분

 


중급 레벨 (Intermediate Level)

필수영어능력시험인 English Proficiency Test (EPT)으로 프로그램 내 레벨이 결정됩니다.

이 레벨에 배정받은 학생은 아래 명시된 모든 중급 ESL 과목을 등록 및 수강해야 합니다. 이 레벨의 모든 필수과목에서 B학점 혹은 이상의 학점으로 통과한 학생은 상급 레벨 (Advanced Level)로 진급하게 됩니다.

 

ESL 581
Intermediate Oral/Aural English

The purpose of this course is to do intensive work in aural and oral language skills. Language skills will focus on segments (vowels/consonants), syllable structure, word stress, and rhythm on the sentence level. Summarizing and questioning are practiced with work on learning styles. Students’ awareness of American teaching and cultural patterns are stressed. The cultural awareness focuses on idioms, phrasal verb, American cultural values and norms as well as non-verbal communication. Students receive a diagnostic assessment of their language segmental and suprasegmental difficulties from an instructor and will be expected to work on improvement in these speech areas both in the classroom and independently.
This course will include workshops to develop students' oral communication skills, including their ability to make simple oral presentations, participate in face-to-face conversations on given topics and identify the main ideas and factual information in level-appropriate listening passages. Students will learn to recognize and use a variety of subtle language cues that native speakers of English employ in order to understand/express a person's intentions.

 

ESL 587
Intermediate Reading and Writing

In this course, students will improve their reading comprehension skills and begin to learn how to write well-structured paragraphs. Specifically, students will review the basic principles of paragraph organization and essay structure, and learn to express ideas in sentences, paragraphs and essays. It strives to develop students’ writing skills through the use of the dictionary, practicing structures of written English, and learning to self-edit in preparation for advanced editing in the advanced level writing course. To accomplish these goals, students work on expanding their vocabulary through reading and use of the dictionary, work on strategies that promote independence and self-editing of their writing, complete many short writing assignments, and produce one longer revised essay. Emphasis is placed on reading and summarizing of text. The students prepare a portfolio of three pieces of writing from the semester that represent their best work in the class – one from their shorter paragraph assignments, one in-class reading and summarizing of text, and one longer essay that includes a summary of written text. Students will also develop their reading skills in the interpretation, analysis, summarizing, and criticism of ideas encountered in academic reading. A final exam is administered that is judged by a committee composed of ESL writing instructors. The final exam is an essay which requires a summary of written text, a response to a prompt, mastery of basic essay organization and the semester’s grammar work. The committee decides if the students possess the skills necessary to succeed in ESL 588.

 

ESL 527
Intermediate Grammar and Usage

This course begins with a review of simple sentence types, verb tense, and subject/verb agreement and introduces the students to a variety of higher-level grammatical constructions, with a particular focus on developing the students' ability to use simple, continuous and perfective forms; modal verbs; comparative constructions; plurality of nouns; articles; and quantifiers. Complex and compound sentences (including relative clauses and embedded questions), conditional forms, passive, gerunds, infinitives, and perfective forms with modal verbs are covered later on. This course refines the ability to produce acceptable academic English through intensive written and oral practice to promote accurate and appropriate language use for students who have studied grammar extensively.

 

 

상급 레벨 (Advanced Level)

 

이 레벨로 배정받은 학생은 아래에 명시된 모든 상급 ESL 과목을 등록 및 수강해야 합니다. 이 레벨의 모든 필수과목에서 B학점 혹은 이상의 학점으로 통과한 학생은 영어요건을 모두 충족하게 됩니다.

 

ESL 585
Advanced Oral/Aural English

The emphasis of this course is threefold: to further develop presenting skills, cultural awareness and improve the suprasegmental aspects of English. Intonation is taught with self-monitoring strategies and compensation skills. The presentation skills examine questions in detail, characteristics of good, rhetorical issues related to presentation development along with compensation strategies. The cultural awareness focuses on idioms, phrasal verbs, American cultural values and norms as well as non-verbal communication. 150 field specific vocabulary need to be pronounced with 95% accuracy. Video recording of presentation is examined.

This course also focuses on developing students' discussion and debate skills as well as listening comprehension. Students will understand main ideas and specific details of recorded passages on academic and general interest topics; take notes while listening and summarize the information orally; produce oral summaries of written material; prepare and deliver structured technology-assisted presentations on topics of general interest or a specific topic from their field; participate in group discussions and orally summarize the outcome, etc. A final presentation is evaluated and judged by a committee composed of IEP instructors. The committee decides if the students possess the skills necessary to pass this course.

Prerequisite: An appropriate EPT score or successful completion of the IEP intermediate level

 

ESL 588
Advanced Writing and Grammar

The purpose of this course is to provide students with writing experiences designed to improve their essay writing skills through the process of prewriting, drafting, editing and revising. It also strives to build confidence, fluency and grammatical correctness in students’ writing. To accomplish these goals, students keep a journal, work on expanding their English competence on the sentence level, work on strategies that promote independence and self-evaluation of their own writing, complete many short writing assignments, and produce at least two longer revised essays and a short research paper. The longer essays emphasize summarizing and responding to written text and the use of learned rhetorical modes such as narration, persuasion and argumentation. Paraphrasing and usage of original language are emphasized. To work on a research paper, the whole procedure of writing a research paper will be reviewed: structure of a paper; compiling articles that students will use for their papers; taking effective notes; citing sources; and references. A portfolio of the final revised versions of these works is submitted with the final exam. A final exam is administered that is judged by a committee composed of ESL writing instructors. The final exam is a process writing assignment that includes a summary of written text and a response to a prompt that is related to that text. The committee decides if the students possess the skills to pass the course.

This course also provides separate grammar workshops. This session will promote accurate and appropriate language use in students’ writing. Students will review grammar skills, including verb tense, verb formation, subject/verb agreement, plurality of nouns, articles, etc. Complex and compound sentences will also be practiced using relative clauses, embedded questions, conditional forms, etc. Students also work on developing self-editing skills that enable students to express themselves accurately in writing.

Prerequisite: An appropriate EPT score or successful completion of the IEP intermediate level

 

ESL 582
Advanced Integrated English (Selected Topics)

This course develops comprehensive language skills encompassing speaking, listening, reading, and writing, given a specific topic. Topics may differ depending on students’ academic interest. This course gives students opportunities to improve their skills in their academic area. Students will read about issues in their field (e.g., science and technology) to improve their reading, vocabulary, discussion, grammar, and writing skills. They will define terms, participate in debates, give presentations and learn to defend their point of view in writing. They will also complete many short essays responding to their reading articles or short movie clips. 100 field specific vocabulary will be collected and defined throughout the semester. Analysis of presentations is given to each student throughout the semester.

Prerequisite: An appropriate EPT score or successful completion of the IEP intermediate level