NCKU Curriculum Map
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Foreign Languages and Literature    [Course Catalog of this Semester]
Goal   
  • To cultivate professionals with foreign language competency.
  • To cultivate professionals with independent thinking and critical thinking skills.
  • To cultivate professionals with transnational cultural literacy.
  • To cultivate professionals with a commitment to local communities.
  • Principle Literacy and Competence   
    [Principle Literacy]
  • To cultivate the spirit of humanity and the knowledge of western literature and culture
  • To improve their capabilities for independent thinking, teamwork, and critical analysis and develop their civil concern and spirit of service
  • To broaden their global vision and accept diverse cultures and interdisciplinary learning.
  • [Competence]
  • To develop global vision and critical thinking skills
  • Familiar with necessary theories and the ability to collect and analysis information
  • Capability of writing thesis and critical thinking
  • The ability to analyze the works and thesis concerning foreign litirature, language and culture.
  • Global vision, multidisciplinary research and the ability to make adaption
  • Ability to think independently and critically and to raise questions and solve problems.
  • Course Classification
    Course Classification Course Name
    A. NCKU required
    B. NCKU General Education
    C. Collegial core course
    D. Departmental core course
    [FLL1103E]ENGLISH COMPOSITION(1), [FLL1103E]ENGLISH COMPOSITION(2), [FLL1103E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING(1), [FLL1103E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (2), [FLL1105E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING(1)(I), [FLL1106E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING(1)(II), [FLL2103E]ENGLISH COMPOSITION(3), [FLL2103E]ENGLISH COMPOSITION(4), [FLL2103E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (3), [FLL2103E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (4), [FLL2105E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (2)(I), [FLL2106E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (2)(II), [FLL3111]JAPANESE(3), [FLL3112]JAPANESE(4), [FLL3121]FRENCH(3), [FLL3122]FRENCH(4), [FLL3128E]GUIDED READING OF LITERATURE IN ENGLISH, [FLL3131]GERMAN(3), [FLL3132]GERMAN(4), [FLL3141]SPANISH(3), [FLL3142]SPANISH(4), [FLL3151]RUSSIAN(3), [FLL3152]RUSSIAN(4), [FLL3201E]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN LITERATURE, [FLL3201E]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN LITERATURE (1), [FLL3202E]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN LITERATURE (2), [FLL3301]INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS (1), [FLL3302]INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS (2)
    E. Inter-disciplinary
    [FLL2521]FILM AND LITERATURE(1), [FLL2701E]ENGLISH FOR TOURISM AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES, [FLL3320E]MORPHOLOGY, [FLL3411E]ENGLISH FOR SALES AND MARKETING, [FLL3521E]ENGLISH READING ON MEDICINE: RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION AND ETHICAL ISSUES, [FLL3521E]ENGLISH READING ON MEDICINE: HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATION, [FLL3521E]SENSING TAINAN: GLOBAL NEEDS OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES, [FLL3521E]INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE REVIEW IN ENGLISH, [FLL3521E]GRAPHIC NARRATIVE AND VISUAL CULTURE, [FLL3521]LANGUAGE AND CULTURE, [FLL3521]MEDICINE, CLASS, AND CULTURAL PRODUCTION, [FLL3605E]FILM AND CULTURE, [FLL3606E]ENGLISH READING ON MEDICINE: RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION AND ETHICAL ISSUES, [FLL3701E]SEMINAR ON MAJOR INTERNATIONAL NEWS STORIES, [FLL3701]INTRODUCTION TO MAJOR INTERNATIONAL NEW STORIES, [FLL3701E]JOURNALISTIC ENGLISH (1), [FLL3701E]JOURNALISTIC ENGLISH (2)
    F. Service course
    [FLL1091]SERVICE STUDY (1), [FLL1092]SERVICE STUDY (2), [FLL1093]SERVICE STUDY (3)
    G. Basic language proficiency training
    []ORAL PRESENTATION IN ENGLISH (2), []ADVANCED ARGUMENTATION(2), [FLL1101E]ENGLISH RHETORIC, [FLL1105E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING(1)(I), [FLL1105E]ENGLISH LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS(1), [FLL1106E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING(1)(II), [FLL1111E]ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY (1), [FLL1112E]ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY (1), [FLL2105E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (2)(I), [FLL2106E]ENGLISH ORAL TRAINING (2)(II), [FLL3101]CHINESE-ENGLISH TRANSLATION(1), [FLL3102]CHINESE-ENGLISH TRANSLATION(2), [FLL3105E]ENGLISH SPEECH, [FLL3105E]ORAL PRESENTATION IN ENGLISH (1), [FLL3107]ENGLISH GRAMMAR & GUIDED WRITING, [FLL3111E]ENGLISH CONFERENCE PRESENTATION, [FLL3111E]ARGUMENTATION : LEGAL, [FLL3111E]ARGUMENTATION : SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, [FLL3111E]ENGLISH DEBATE, [FLL3121]ENGLISH-CHINESE TRANSLATION, [FLL3121]CHINESE-ENGLISH TRANSLATION, [FLL3131E]ACADEMIC WRITING IN LITERATURE, [FLL3131]ENGLISH OFFICIAL LETTER AND DOCUMENT WRITING, [FLL3131E]ACADEMIC WRITING IN LINGUISTICS, [FLL3131E]ENGLISH WRITING FOR THE WORKPLACE, [FLL3320E]ADVANCED ENGLISH WORD LEARNING, [FLL4105E]ADVANCED ARGUMENTATION(1), [FLL4421E]PRACTICAL JAPANESE, [FLL4421E]BUSINESS CONVERSATION IN JAPANESE
    H. Literature
    []19TH-CENTURY BRITISH NOVELS: UP TO THE MID-CENTURY, []GUIDED READING OF SELECTED ENGLISH POEMS, []MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE, []CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH & AMERICAN NOVELS(1), []CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH & AMERICAN NOVELS(2), []EUROPEAN LITERATURE (1), []EUROPEAN LITERATURE (2), [FLL]COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, [FLL]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CHILDRENS LITERATURE, [FLL]REALISTIC FICTION IN CHILDRENS LITERATURE, [FLL]MODERN WESTERN DRAMA: FROM SYMBOLISM TO ABSURDISM, [FLL2110]WOMAN WRITER, [FLL3128E]GUIDED READING OF LITERATURE IN ENGLISH, [FLL3201E]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN LITERATURE, [FLL3201E]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN LITERATURE (1), [FLL3202E]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN LITERATURE (2), [FLL3211E]ENGLISH LITERATURE (1), [FLL3212E]ENGLISH LITERATURE (2), [FLL3213E]ENGLISH LITERATURE (3), [FLL3214E]ENGLISH LITERATURE (4), [FLL3215E]AMERICAN LITERATURE (1), [FLL3216E]AMERICAN LITERATURE (2), [FLL3221E]NARRATIVES OF SLAVERY, [FLL3221E]BODIES, MEDICINE AND NARRATIVE, [FLL3221]SELECTED WORKS OF ENGLISH PROSE, [FLL3221]NEW LITERATURE IN ENGLISH, [FLL3221E]CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH & AMERICAN NOVELS, [FLL3222E]19TH-CENTURY BRITISH NOVELS: SINCE THE MID-CENTURY, [FLL3222E]SHORT FICTION, [FLL3223]LITERARY THEORIES &@INTERPRETATION, [FLL3224E]20TH CENTURY BRITISH NOVEL (1), [FLL3224]LITERARY THEORY AND INTERPRETATION (2), [FLL3224E]WESTERN DRAMA (1), [FLL3225E]SHAKESPEARE: COMEDY, [FLL3226E]SHAKESPEARE: TRAGEDY, [FLL3227E]EUROPEAN LITERATURE, [FLL3228E]GUIDED STUDY OF WESTERN LITERARY WORKS, [FLL3510E]MEDIEVALISM: TOLKIEN AND LEWIS, [FLL3601E]LITERATURE AND GENDER STUDIES, [FLL4201]MODERN WESTERN DRAMA: REALISM AND NATURALISM, [FLL4203E]EIGHTEETH-CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE, [FLL4221E]LITERARY CRITICISM (1), [FLL4221E]LITERARY CRITICISM (2), [FLL4224]MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE, [FLL4411E]LITERARY CRITICISM
    I. Linguistic
    [FLL2301E]INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS, [FLL2317E]STORYTELLING AND LANGUAGE TEACHING, [FLL2321E]ISSUES IN GLOBAL ENGLISH, [FLL3301]INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS (1), [FLL3302]INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS (2), [FLL3312E]HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (1), [FLL3312]PHONETICS, [FLL3313]PHONOLOGY, [FLL3314]PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, [FLL3315]SYNTAX, [FLL3316]INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS: A MACRO PERSPECTIVE, [FLL3317]INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS: A MICRO PERSPECTIVE, [FLL3317E]METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR ENGLISH TEACHING, [FLL3317E]INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH TEACHING METHODS, [FLL3317E]INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, [FLL3320]ENGLISH VARIETIES IN THE WORLD, [FLL3320]TEACHING ENGLISH BEGINNING LITERACY AND PHONICS, [FLL3320E]MORPHOLOGY, [FLL3321]QUANTITATIVE DATA PROCESSING FOR LANGUAGE MAJORS, [FLL3321E]LANGUAGE CHANGE, []SEMINAR ON STYLISTICS, [FLL3321]APPLIED SPEECH SCIENCE, [FLL3322E]CHILD LANGUAGE, [FLL3322E]SEMANTICS, [FLL3606E]ENGLISH READING ON MEDICINE: RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION AND ETHICAL ISSUES, [FLL4112]ENGLISH LEARNING THROUGH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY, [FLL4115]INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
    J. Second foreign languages
    [FLL1111]JAPANESE(1), [FLL1111]JAPANESE(2), [FLL1111]SPANISH(1), [FLL1111]SPANISH(2), [FLL1111]FRENCH(1), [FLL1111]FRENCH(2), [FLL1111]RUSSIAN(1), [FLL1111]RUSSIAN(2), [FLL1111]GERMAN(1), [FLL1111]GERMAN(2), [FLL3111]JAPANESE(3), [FLL3112]JAPANESE(4), [FLL3121]FRENCH(3), [FLL3122]FRENCH(4), [FLL3131]GERMAN(3), [FLL3132]GERMAN(4), [FLL3141]SPANISH(3), [FLL3142]SPANISH(4), [FLL3151]RUSSIAN(3), [FLL3152]RUSSIAN(4), [FLL3411]JAPANESE(5), [FLL3411]JAPANESE(6), [FLL3411]SPANISH(5), [FLL3411]SPANISH(6), [FLL3411]FRENCH(5), [FLL3411]FRENCH(6), [FLL3411]RUSSIAN(5), [FLL3411]RUSSIAN(6), [FLL3411]GERMAN(5), [FLL3411]GERMAN(6), [FLL4401]APPLIED SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND DRAMA PERFORMANCE(1), [FLL4401]APPLIED SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND DRAMA PERFORMANCE(2)
    K. Inter-disciplinary & cultural studies
    []SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE(1), []SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE(2), []BIBLICAL LITERATURE (1), []BIBLICAL LITERATURE (2), []FILM AND CULTURE(2), [FLL3110]CULTURAL STUDIES : INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL CREATIVE INDUSTRY, [FLL3411]PRACTICAL ENGLISH, [FLL3602]ENGLISH READING ON MEDICINE: HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATION, [FLL3603E]DRAMA PRODUCTION, []RUSSIAN STUDIES, [FLL3606E]ENGLISH READING ON MEDICINE: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES, [FLL3701]JOURNALISTIC ENGLISH, [FLL3701]ENGLISH NEWS REPORTING, [FLL4113]DRAMA IN PERFORMANCE, [FLL4114]DRAMA IN PERFORMANCE, [FLL4605E]THEORIES OF CULTURAL STUDIES
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