ペーパー#1: 1月22日(木)しめきり

Choose one topic from the following six topics:



1.日米の大学生の比較A 入学制度   難易度
           B  卒業制度   難易度
           C. 学習姿勢・学習時間
           D. 学生生活のゴール
           E. 一般的な学生生活

1. Contrast/compare Japanese and American university students with regard to the following:
A. Difficulty/ease of getting accepted into universities
B. Difficulty/ease of graduating
C. Attitude towards studying/time spent in studying
D. What students want to accomplish during their college years
E. Typical student life

2.社会が学生に期待するもの
           A. 学生像の日米比較
           B. 学生の役割

2. What society expects of university students
A. Compare/contrast the image of Japanese university students with that of American students
B. Role of the university student in society

3.日本の学生の学力低下問題 日本のゆとり教育の弊害
               2002年4月以降の義務教育も問題

3. Problem of deterioration of academic achievement in Japan:
Harmful effects of Japan's 'yutori kyooiku' /problems with the compulsory education system that still exist post-4/02

4.大学で人脈作りは重要か

4. Is it absolutely necessary to form a network of connections?

5.大学の改善点、その理由と改善法

5. How to improve the university systems/reasons and methods

6. 大学教育の目的

6. Goal of university education



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1.長さ:2 ページから 2 1/2ページ。(1枚400字)
  ダブルスペース。最後に、いくつ文字があるか(letter/character count) を書く。
2.日本語でプレインフォーム。
3.リサーチをした時に使ったソース(source)を書く。


評価:


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内容

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IMPORTANT!!!
You are encouraged to seek additional help from either your Sensee or a native speaker (of course, within the parameters of the Academic Honesty policies for UC). 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, 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.