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英语政论

China Foreign Affairs University via XuetangX

Overview

课程描述

《英语政论》是一门专业英语课,旨在通过批判性阅读国际事务领域学术文章提升英语综合运用能力。课程框架为阅读技能讲解+专业知识介绍+批判思维训练三位一体。课程难度适合大学高年级本科生和低年级硕士研究生,专业不限。

Syllabus

课程章节 Course Introduction A Brief Introduction Unit 1 The New World Order 1.1 Pre-class Assignment Feedback 1.2 Reading Skills Development I 1.3 Reading Skills Development II 1.4 Terms in International Affairs 1.5 Critical Thinking Skills Development Unit 2 The Great Crash 2008 2.1 Pre-class Assignment Feedback 2.2 Effective Reading II 2.3 Effective Reading III 2.4 Terms in International Affairs 2.5 Critical Thinking Skills Development Unit 3 The Rise of China and the Future of the West 3.1 Effective Reading I 3.2 Effective Reading II 3.3 Concepts in International Affairs 3.4 Effective Reading III 3.5 Critical Thinking Unit 4 A House of Cards: American Srategy toward China 4.1 Enhancing Reading Skills 4.2 Containment and Engagement 4.3 Realism as an IR Theory 4.4 Off-shore Balancing Strategy 4.5 Learning to Think Critically Unit 5 Clash of the Titans 5-1 Reading Skills I 5-2 Reading skills II 5-3 Background Information 5-4 Theories in International Relations 5-5 Critical Thinking Unit 6 China and America 1941-1991 6.1 Thesis Statement and Outline 6.2 Some Strategies for Reading Efficiency 6.3 Major Historical Facts (1) 6.4 Major Historical Facts (2) 6.5 Evaluation and Criticism Unit 7 American and Chinese Power After the Financial Crisis 7.1 Reading Skills (1) 7.2 Reading Skills (2) 7.3 Key Concepts of International Affairs (1) 7.4 Key Concepts of International Affairs (2) 7.5 Critical Thinking Unit 8 China and America the Great Divergence 8.1 Prereading Tasks 8.2 Reading Skill Development I 8.3 Reading Skill Development II 8.4 Reading Skill Development III 8.5 Key Concepts 8.6 Critical Thinking   展开

Taught by

许宏晨, 薛丽, 左晓园, 冯继承, 杨强, 胡水娟, 张蕾, 周慧 and 陆晓红

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