Keio SFC English Section: Level B Syllabuses: Sort by type
Fantasy and American Culture: Reading American Gods Keith Olfers Tue.
3rd
Academic Reading and Discussion Stephen Hofstee Wed.
1st
Composition Mark Lewis Tue.
2nd
Form, Meaning, and Use Ritsuko Ohta Wed.
1st
Video Translation Emi Karimata Thu.
3rd
Translating Postwar Japanese Literature (B) Walt Wyman Thu.
4th
An Integrated Approach to Language Skills Ritsuko Ohta Fri.
1st
Debating the Issues Ritsuko Ohta Fri.
2nd
Introduction to Business through Case Studies Liuswati Yanagi Fri.
3rd
Art and Language Tim Hemington Wed.
2nd
Listening and Sharing Opinions Tim Hemington Thu.
2nd
Language and Music Tim Hemington Thu.
3rd
Broken Mirrors, Falling Stars: Symbols and Superstitions Keith Olfers Thu.
3rd
Listening Workshop II (B) Walt Wyman Fri.
1st
Plan, Breath, and Speak: Public Speaking in English Tiina Matikainen Mon.
3rd
Japanese Social Issues - How To Analyze Issues And Present Your Opinion Charles Hirst Mon.
3rd
Expressing Oneself Simon M. Bedelo Tue.
1st
Understanding Contemporary Culture through Reading News Robert Yui Wed.
2nd
Critical Thinking Miki Kano Thu.
2nd
Global Issues Through TED Talks Tiina Matikainen Mon.
2nd
Interactive and Active Listening: Mutual Understanding between Africa and Japan Yoko Hasebe Tue.
1st
Talk Power Simon M. Bedelo Wed.
1st
Indian Issues and Partnership with Japan Mukesh Williams Thu.
2nd
Learning How to Communicate in English through Watching and Making Movies Yuko Nakahama Thu.
3rd
Think better to speak better Miki Kano Thu.
3rd
Reading the world with critical eyes Toshio Ohori Thu.
4th