2013年 日本語三年生 春学期 ペーパー2 (永井先生)
テーマに沿(そ)った(along)意見文(いけんぶん)を書く


5月30日(木)締め切り(しめきり)

今学期は、第14課で日本の政治について考えました。そして、第15課では、世界の社会問題について勉強します。また、ライティング・ワークショップでは、テーマに沿(そ)って(along)意見文(いけんぶん)を書く練習をします。そこで今回のペーパーでは、日本の政治、または世界の社会問題についてリサーチし、意見文を書いて下さい。

◆題(だい:title)の例
1.日本の政治の問題点
2.日本の政治とアメリカの政治の比較
3.タレント議員
4.政治家として求められること
5.4Rに関する取り組み
6.東日本大震災からの復興(ふっこう:recovery)
7.原子力発電
8.長引く不景気
* その他、政治、または社会問題についての意見文。先生と話して下さい。

◆ 長さ:1000字から1500字、ペーパーの最後にOO字(じ)と書くこと)
◆ 文体:だ/である体(たい:style)、です/ます体で書かないこと
◆ 評価(ひょうか)

内容

内容の深さ

     5

記事に対する自分の意見

     5

言語

文法(ぶんぽう)や語彙(ごい)の使用(しよう:use)の正確さ(せいかくさ:accuracy)

     5

表現(ひょうげん)の豊かさ(ゆたかさ:richness)

     5

 

 

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◆ 注意点:
●タイプした後、必ず(かならず)もう一度読んで、本当(ほんとう)に意味が通(つう)じるか(whether it makes sense or not)確(たし)かめて(make sure)下さい。
●ペーパーは試験ではありません。誰かに見てもらってもいいので、文法的に間違いのないものを提出(ていしゅつ:submission)する努力(どりょく)をして下さい。誰かに見てもらった場合は、自分のオリジナルと最終のものを両方(りょうほう)提出(ていしゅつ)して下さい。
●先生も直す手伝いをしますが、オンライン/電子メールではやりません。オフィスまで来てください。

* In 3A-B-C, you will be assigned 2 TYPED research papers/Quarter. In order to nurture and improve your ability to write accurately and clearly in Japanese, you are encouraged to seek additional help by having your initial draft corrected by either a native speaker or utilizing an on-line correction site, such as LANG-8 or GOOGLEDOCS (of course, within the parameters of the Academic Honesty policies for UC).

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If you plan ahead, you can also have your new draft that you have re-typed checked by your instructor, as long as it is up to the day before the due date (no same-day checking allowed).

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If you have someone correct your composition, it is required that you hand in BOTH YOUR ORIGINAL DRAFT (NO English allowed even on the initial draft) WITH HANDWRITTEN CORRECTIONS OR ON-LINE FEEDBACK AND FINAL VERSION.

*The best way to do this is to print out a hard copy of what you have composed and bring it to whomever will do the correcting for you. When the correcting is done, then you do all the re-writing on your own. The reasoning behind allowing this privilege is for you to have the opportunity to improve your writing skills and to encourage you in learning to express yourself in Japanese.

HOWEVER, it is imperative that you follow the following procedures when having someone help you with your writing:
a) The individual doing the correcting may NOT re-write your paper electronically (such as using "Track Changes," etc.).
b) The individual doing the correcting may NOT sit beside you while you are at the computer and correct your writing as you type, etc.
c) You are prohibited from having your paper corrected in any way that does not require YOU to do the actual physical re-writing.
If you have any concerns with reference to the above, DO NOT HESITATE to speak to your instructor.

* Try to get to know a native speaker on campus (there are many students from Japan taking ESL courses, here as exchange students, members of the Communication Club and JSA-Japan Students' Association, etc.). Your instructor will also be offering you some assistance in this as the opportunity arises.

WARNING: However, if after receiving help, your paper appears to overly-exceed the level of Japanese that is expected at this time, then you can expect to be asked by your instructor in their office to demonstrate the competency that is reflected in your final product.