Research Proposal Writing in English 2 University of Tsukuba
The aim of the course is to train master’s students in scientific communication in English. The class is structured around giving presentations by each of the students, on their research projects, followed by critical discussion concerning the subject matter, including the basic reasoning behind the study, how it will be done, the expected findings, interpretation, etc.
Grades will be based on student’s presentations, their completion of grant proposal, participation in class discussions and attendance.
30% presentation; 30% grant proposal; 20% participation; 10% attendance.
Online Course Requirement
Ogawa Sonoko,Lazarus Michael,Matsumoto Masayuki,Masuda Tomoyuki
face-to-face One of the main shortcomings for many students (both graduate and undergraduate) in Japanese institutions (as witnessed by most professors) is the lack of student participation or involvement in class discussions. This also limits the ability of students to critically evaluate previous published research and to logically plan their own projects. The goal of this class is to actively engage students in discussions and instill in them the ability to participate in the scientific process.
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