150108 UE Japanese Writing Systems (2021S)
- Anmeldung von Mo 15.02.2021 09:00 bis Di 02.03.2021 10:00
- Abmeldung bis Fr 26.03.2021 18:00
The course’s nominal start date is March 3rd. Until further notice it will be held asynchronously online in principle, i.e. without fixed dates and times where everybody has to be present, either physically or virtually. However, the lecturer reserves the right to require the students’ presence—either kind, even at short notice—and/or switch back to conventional on-site classes entirely. Any such synchronous elements will happen within the course’s nominal time slot, on Wednesdays, 11:15–2 o’clock. Please make sure you’re available during that time!
Ziele, Inhalte und Methode der Lehrveranstaltung
Art der Leistungskontrolle und erlaubte Hilfsmittel
Otherwise, cooperation between students, and active participation in general is very much encouraged, particularly when it comes to answering and asking questions, and participating in discussions on the forums, as well as taking a proactive stance during group exercises etc. It’s deemed an important element of the course.There'll also be a written final test where students will be asked to translate a text that is new to them, but similar in type to one covered in class. It will be held online and is fully open-book, because that’s how students would use their reading skills in practice; the only restriction is that you must not use any outside help (including machine translation).
Mindestanforderungen und Beurteilungsmaßstab
* Students who fail to submit three tasks in a row, or who do not access Moodle for more than 14 consecutive days will be barred from further participation (but still graded, if applicable), unless they have a good reason (at the sole discretion of the lecturer). This is meant to be an online version of the mandatory attendance rule.
* Homework submitted late, incomplete, and/or missing the brief may not be accepted (0 points) at the discretion of the lecturer.
* The total score comprises texts (60 %) and final (40 %) in principle, but as long as a student scores both > 36 on each individual text (but one, as long as there is a good reason) and this score is lower than the score received on the final alone, the final counts.
Finally, up to 5 percentage points may be awarded / docked at the sole discretion of the lecturer.
* The effective score is then converted to a grade as follows:
> 87,5 % Excellent (A) [Sehr Gut (1)]
> 75,0 % Good (B) [Gut (2)]
> 62,5 % Satisfactory (C) [Befriedigend (3)]
> 50,0 % Acceptable (D) [Genügend (4)]
<= 50 %: Failed (F) [Nicht Genügend (5)]
Zuordnung im Vorlesungsverzeichnis
EC Wirtschaftskommunikation Japanisch II