Activity & ProgramLife as STEEDs : From Ordinary to Extraordinary
SUNY Korea English Program
오늘날의 글로벌 사회에서는 의사 소통을 위한 영어 학습이 그 어느 때보다도 중요한 화두가 되었습니다. 시대의 흐름에 발 맞추어 2012년부터 PAE (English for Academic English)와 IEC (Intensive English Center) 프로그램으로 구성된 SUNY Korea English Program은 대학 과정에서 성공적인 학습자가 될 수 있는 능력뿐만 아니라 그 이상의 교육에서 요구하는 연구자로서의 자질을 높이기 위하여 양질의 교육 과정을 제공해왔습니다. 이 프로그램은 학생들을 영어 환경에 익숙해지게 하고 교실에서의 상호 작용으로 의사 소통 기술을 제고할 뿐만 아니라 우정을 다지는 장으로서의 역할을 하고 있습니다. 영어프로그램의 모든 교원을 대신해서 SUNY Korea English Program에 오신 것을 환영합니다.
In today’s global society, learning English for communication is more important than ever. Since 2012, the SUNY Korea English Program, which is comprised of both the Program in Academic English (PAE) and Intensive English Center (IEC), has provided quality courses to develop students’ communication skills, as well as their abilities to become successful learners and researchers at university and beyond. While learning in the program, students are immersed in an English environment. Through interaction in the classroom, along with participation in various social events, students develop communication skills, as well as lasting friendships that are retained after graduation. On behalf of the staff, we look forward to welcoming you to the SUNY Korea English Program.
如今的全球社会 ,为了沟通而学习英语, 比任何时候更重要。 适应时代的潮流, 从2012年开始由PAE和IEC项目构成的"SUNY Korea English Program不仅提高学生们的沟通能力、也具备在大学过程中能成为成功的学习者的能力, 而且还为了提高在理想的教育过程中所要求的研究人的资格标准，就提供良好的教育课程。 该节目不仅使学生们熟悉英语环境, 而且还在课堂上相互作用, 提高沟通交流能力, 并起到了积累友谊的作用。 代替英语授课的所有教师欢迎您参加SUNY Korea English Program。
Dr. Andrew Schenck Ed.D
Director, SUNY Korea English Program
Program in Academic English
1. Program Overview
SUNY Korea의 PAE (Program in Academic English) 프로그램은 대학교육과정에서 기초적으로 필요한 의사소통과 작문에 관한 교육을 제공합니다. 이 과정은 학생들의 학업적 성공을 보장하고 SUNY Korea 교육 과정 전반에 필요한 높은 의사 소통 능력을 준비하도록 돕는 프로그램입니다.
The Program in Academic English (PAE) at SUNY Korea offers the foundational courses in writing and oral communication that meet the University’s general education requirement. These courses prepare students for their academic success in writing and research, and in communication required in advanced courses across SUNY Korea
SUNY Korea的PAE项目提供在大学教育过程中, 必要的沟通能力和写作相关的的教育。 这一课程旨在保障学生们的学业成就, 并帮助学生具备在 SUNY Korea 教育过程中所必要的高水平交流能力。
학부생 대상의 PAE 프로그램은 5단계의 레벨로 구성되어 있습니다. 이 레벨은 WAE 190 초중급, WAE 192 중급, WAE 194 고급 전 과정에서 아카데믹한 에세이 작문의 기초부터 고급 과정을 거쳐 WRT101 Introductory Writing Workshop에서 WRT102 Intermediate Writing Workshop에 이르기까지 다양합니다. WRT 102를 통과하면 writing course 요건을 충족하게 됩니다.
The PAE writing program is designed for matriculated undergraduate students whose writing has been evaluated by PAE professors and who have been placed into one of five writing levels: three WAE levels prior to admission to the mainstream writing courses; two WRT levels. These levels range from WAE 190 intermediate, WAE 192 high intermediate, to WAE 194 advanced academic writing and from WRT101 Introductory Writing Workshop to WRT102 Intermediate Writing Workshop. Each course must be taken and passed before advancing to the next level, and upon passing WRT 102, students will satisfy their writing requirement at SUNY Korea.
本科生为对象的PAE项目分为五个阶段。 该LEVEL由 WAE 190 初中级、 WAE 192中级、 WAE 194高级全部过程组成，涉及从基础性的随笔作文，经过高级课程，从WRT101 Introductory Writing Workshop到 WRT102 Intermediate Writing Workshop的多用领域。在下一个步骤之前, 参加课程，通过考试，再通过WRT 102时，才能充足SUNY Korea所要求的条件。
대학원생들을 위해 고안된 PAE의 말하기 듣기 프로그램은 학생들의 영어 실력을 키워서 영어로 가르칠 수 있는 능력을 배양하고 졸업 후 영어가 필요한 비즈니스 영역에서 성공적인 역할 수행을 돕기위한 코스입니다.
The PAE oral/aural program is designed to help graduate matriculated students raise their English proficiency to a level that enables them to teach, function successfully in the business world and present in English.
iBT TOEFL, IELTS 또는 TSE의 시험 결과 중 말하기 영역의 점수가 기준에 미치지 못하고 영어가 모국어가 아닌 외국인 박사과정, 재정 지원을 받는 석사 과정 및 MBA 과정의 학생에게는 대학원 수준의 3 단계로 구성된 OAE 과정을 제공합니다 : OAE 581 중급 구술 아카데믹 영어, OAE 583 중급 구술 영어, OAE 585 고급 구술 영어. 학생들은 시험 점수에 해당하는 코스를 수강하고 순서를 따라 진행해야 합니다.
All international Ph.D. students (for whom English is not their first language), funded Masters' students and MBAs who do not show adequate proficiency in speaking as measured by the iBT TOEFL, IELTS, or TSE, three levels of OAE course work are offered at the graduate level: OAE 581 Intermediate Oral Academic English, OAE 583 High Intermediate Oral Academic English, and OAE 585 Advanced Oral Academic English. Students are required to take the course that corresponds to their test scores and then advance through the course sequence.
iBT TOEFL, IELTS或TSE的考试结果中，向说话领域的分数若达不到标准、英语不是母语的外国人博士课程、受到财政补助的硕士课程以及MBA课程的学生提供由研究院水平的3各阶段而构成OAE课程。 OAE、581中级口述英语、OAE583中级口试英语、 OAE 585 高级口述英语。学生们应授课相当于考试结果的路线，应按顺序而进行。
2. Program in Academic English Faculty
Hyunju Kim Ph.D. in Linguistics, Stony Brook University, SUNY
Leanne Patterson-Shin M.A. in English Literature, Carleton University, Canada
James Roach M.A. TESOL, SUNY Albany
M.A. in English: Literacy and Language (TESOL, Literacy & Composition Core),
The City University of New York
Katherine Stewart M.A, in Education: Curriuculum and Instruction, Junior High and Middle School Language Arts and Science, Kent State University
Alexander Grevett M.A. in Applied Linguistics & TESOL, University of Leicester
3. Course Information
3.1. Undergraduate Courses3.1.1. Undergraduate English Requirements
WRT Requirements for Undergraduate Students
English Composition (2 courses): WRT101, WRT102
원활한 의사소통을 위한 영어 작문 능력은 대학과 사회에서 성공하는 데에 필요한 필수적 요소입니다. 학생들은 졸업 요건을 충족하기 위해1) WRT 101 Introductory Writing Workshop을 통과하고 2) WRT 102 중급 작문 워크숍을 통과해야 합니다. SUNY Korea 학생들은 Stony Brook University에서의 1년 과정을 진행하기 앞서 WRT 101을 완료해야 합니다.
The ability to communicate effectively in written English is essential to success both in the University and in society. Students satisfy this requirement 1) by passing WRT 101 Introductory Writing Workshop, and 2) by passing WRT 102Intermediate Writing Workshop A. SUNY Korea students must complete, or place out of, WRT 101 prior to attending Stony Brook University.
为了顺畅的沟通,英语写作能力是大学和社会成功所必需的必要要素。 学生们为了满足毕业条件,必须通过1)WRT 101 Introductory Writing,2)通过WRT 102中级作文研讨会。 SUNY Korea学生们在Stony Brookity)进行为期1年的课程之前,必须完成WRT 101。
2. Students must begin satisfaction of the D.E.C. A requirement in their first year at Stony Brook and must take writing courses in continuous sequence: WAE190/ WAE192/ WAE 194/ WRT 101/ WRT 102 , until completion of the writing requirement. For a student with a score of less than 1050 on the combined verbal and writing portions of the SAT, or less than 24 on the combined English/Writing portions of the ACT, a writing sample will be evaluated, and the student will be placed into the appropriate writing course.
3. All transfer students who have passed, with a grade of C or higher, a composition course judged to be equivalent to WRT 102 will have satisfied this requirement.
4. College courses taken while the student was in high school may only be considered for equivalency to WRT 102 if taken on the college campus.
5. Once matriculated, students must complete D.E.C. at Stony Brook; transfer credits will not be accepted to satisfy this requirement after matriculation except with prior approval by the Director of the Program in Writing and Rhetoric.
The purpose of WAE 190 is to provide students with writing experiences designed to help them express ideas effectively in sentences. It strives to develop students' writing skills through the use of the dictionary, practicing structures of written English, and learning to proofread in preparation for advanced editing in WAE 192. To accomplish these goals, students work on expanding their English competence on the sentence level, work on expanding their vocabulary through reading and the use of the dictionary, work on strategies that promote independence and proofreading of their writing and complete many short writing assignments. Grammar proficiency tests are administered throughout the semester. These tests emphasize the use of particular grammatical points in the context of a creative effort on the part of the student. A final exam is administered that is judged by a committee composed of PAE writing instructors. This course is graded A-F.A grade below a C requires the student to repeat the course. A grade above a C requires the student to advance to WAE 192.
Prerequisite: Writing Placement Score 1
The purpose of WAE 192 is to provide students with writing experiences designed to help them express ideas effectively in sentences and paragraphs. It strives to develop students' writing skills through the use of the dictionary, practicing structures of written English and learning to edit in preparation for advanced editing in WAE 194. To accomplish these goals, students work on expanding their English competence on the sentence level, work on expanding their vocabulary through reading and use of the dictionary, work on strategies that promote independence and editing of their writing and complete many short writing assignments and one informal essay. Grammar proficiency tests are administered throughout the semester. These tests emphasize the use of particular grammatical points in the context of a creative effort on the part of the students. A final exam is administered that is judged by a committee composed of PAE writing instructors. This course is graded A-F. A grade below a C requires the student to repeat the course. A grade above a C requires the student to advance to WAE 194.
Prerequisite: A score of 1.5 on the writing assessment or successful completion of WAE 190
The purpose of WAE 194 is to provide students with writing experiences designed to improve their academic writing skills through the process of prewriting, drafting, editing and revising. It also strives to build confidence, fluency and grammatical correctness in students' writing and it serves as preparation for WRT 101. To accomplish these goals, students keep a journal, work on expanding their English competence on the sentence level, work on strategies that promote independence and self-evaluation of their writing, complete many short writing assignments and produce at least two longer revised essays. Grammar proficiency tests and a midterm are administered throughout the semester. These tests emphasize the use of particular grammatical points in the context of a creative effort on the part of the student. The final exam, a process writing essay, is judged by a committee composed of PAE writing instructors. This course is graded A-F. A grade below a C requires the student to repeat the course. A grade above a C requires the student to advance to WRT 101.
Prerequisite: Writing Placement Score 2 or successful completion of WAE 192
Students in this class are asked to produce frequent short papers to develop fluency and correctness. Students will also be introduced to the basic requirements of academic writing. A through C/U grading only. Students may not use the Pass/No credit option. Not for credit in addition to the discontinued EGC 100. Does not satisfy DEC A requirement for students matriculating before Fall 1999. 3 credits, ABC/U grading
Prerequisite: A score of 3 on the writing assessment or successful completion of WAE 194
Prerequisite: successful completion of WRT101; or a score of 1050 or higher on the combined SAT verbal and written exams; or a 24 or higher on the combined English and writing portions of the ACT; a score of 3 or higher on the AP English/Comp or English/Lit examination; or a grade of C or higher in a college writing course
3.2. Graduate Courses3.2.1. Graduate English Requirements
Oral ESL 프로그램은 영어가 모국어가 아닌 외국인 박사과정학생과 대학원 학생들이 유창하게 영어로 수업을 진행할 수 있도록 돕는 프로그램입니다. iBT TOEFL, IELTS 또는 TSE의 성적 중 말하기 영역의 성적이 기준보다 낮을 경우 성적에 따라OAE과정의 3단계 과정을 진행하게 됩니다.
The oral ESL program is designed to help international Ph.D. students (for whom English is not their first language) and supported Masters' students raise their English proficiency to a level that enables them to be able to teach in English. For those graduate students who do not show adequate proficiency in speaking as measured by the iBT TOEFL, IELTS, or TSE, three levels of OAE course work are offered at the graduate level: OAE 581 Intermediate Oral Academic English; OAE 583 High Intermediate Oral Academic English; OAE 585 Advanced Oral Academic English.
Oral ESL 项目是帮助英语不是母语的外国博士课程学生和研究生们用流畅的英语授课的项目。 iBT TOEFL, IELTS 或TSE的成绩中,口语领域的成绩低于标准时,根据成绩进行OAE课程的第三阶段课程。
English Proficiency Requirements
IELTS 5-5.5, or iBT TOEFL speaking part 15-18: the student must take OAE 581 Intermediate Oral Academic English; no TA-ing responsibilities. Successful completion (A- or higher) of the course leads to OAE 585; B+ or B leads to OAE 583; a B-necessitates repetition of this course. IELTS 6.0, or iBT TOEFL speaking part 19-21: any student can grade and some may be ready to run recitation sessions but the student must take OAE 583 High Intermediate Oral Academic English Class. While in OAE 583, students must limit teaching activity to grading undergraduate work and/or running recitation sessions. Students with a "B-" or lower must repeat OAE 583 and may NOT engage in teaching activities while enrolled in the class a second time. (Can Grade) IELTS 6.5-7, or iBT TOEFL speaking part 22-24: the student must take OAE 585 Advanced Oral Academic English Class (can concurrently TA) A "B" or higher results in no more OAE work since the English Proficiency Requirement has been met. While enrolled in this class, students may engage in teaching activities. Students with a "B-" or lower must repeat OAE 585 and may NOT engage in teaching activities while enrolled in the class a second time. IELTS higher than 7, or iBT TOEFL speaking part higher than 24: cleared from OAE as this would satisfy SUNY Korea’s English proficiency requirements.
|TOEFL iBT Speak||IELTS Speak||Course Requirement||Result|
|25-30||7.5 or Higher||none||Eligible to TA|
|22-24||6.5-7||OAE 585||Eligible to TA|
|19-21||6||OAE 583||Eligible to run recitation and lab sessions and/or grade|
|5-18||5-5.5||OAE 581||Not eligible to TA|
3.2.2. Graduate Course Descriptions
The purpose of this course is to do intensive work in aural and oral language skills. Emphasis is on the segmental level: vowel/consonant work, syllable work and word stress as well as rhythm on the sentence level. Summarizing and questioning are practiced with work on learning styles. Students’ awareness of American teaching and cultural patterns are stressed. Observing American professors and students in class is encouraged. A student will receive a diagnostic assessment of her/his language segmental and suprasegmental difficulties from the instructor and will be expected to work on improvement in these speech areas both in the classroom and independently in the language laboratories. Successful completion (A- or higher) of the course leads to OAE 585; B+ or B leads to OAE 583; a B-necessitates repetition of this course. (Prerequisite: IELTS score of 5-6, or iBT score of 15-21)
The emphasis of this course is threefold: developing language skills, teaching skills and cultural awareness. Language skills will focus on sentence stress, phrasing, linking and pausing with field specific language practice. Teaching skills stressed include questioning techniques for discussion and assessment, leading effective discussions and assessing student learning. The cultural awareness focuses on idioms, American cultural values and norms as well as non-verbal communication. Successful completion of this course (B or higher) leads to OAE 585; a B- necessitates repetition of this course. (Prerequisites: an IELTS score of 6.0, or iBT score of 19-21)
3.3. Graduate Intensive English Program
조건부 입학 전형은 학업적으로 SUNY Korea 대학원 프로그램에 입학할 자격이 있지만 전형에서 요구하는 영어실력에 도달하지 못한 학생에게 제공되는 프로그램입니다.
Conditional Admission is an option available to students who are academically qualified to be admitted to SUNY Korea graduate programs but have not reached the required level of English proficiency.
有条件的入学招考，虽然在学业上可以进入SUNY Korea研究生院项目的资格, 但向学生提供未达到相关英语能力的学生提供的项目。
석사과정의 학생들은 TOEFL 85점 이상의 성적을 제출하거나 IEP 과정의 고급 과정을 통과함으로써 입학에 필요한 영어성적에 관한 조건을 충족할 수 있습니다. 1년 이내 요구 사항을 충족하지 못할 경우 프로그램에 지속적으로 참여할 수 없습니다. 학생이 중급과정에 배치가 될 경우 영어성적에 관한 조건을 충족하기 위해 중급과정을 통과하고 고급과정 역시 성공적으로 통과하여야 합니다. 따라서 중급 과정의 학생들은 IEP 과정을 수료하는 데에 최소 2학기가 소요됩니다. 중급과정의 학생들 중 iBT TOEFL 성적 제출시 영어과정 조건이 충족됩니다. 학생들은 IEP 과정을 수강하면서 대학원 과정 중 한 과목만 수강 가능합니다.
For graduate students in a master’s program, the school requires them to demonstrate their proficiency in English either by taking the TOEFL and receiving a score of 85 or higher or by taking and passing the Intensive English Program (IEP). If they do not meet the requirement within a year, the students will not be allowed to continue in their program. Successful completion of the courses in the advanced level of the IEP clears the student from the English proficiency requirement. If students are placed in the intermediate level, they should pass the intermediate level courses to move to the advanced level, and pass the advanced level courses in order to meet the English requirement. Hence, it will take at least two semesters for the intermediate level students to complete the full IEP. However, students in the intermediate level may take the TOEFL iBT during or immediately after the intermediate level courses to meet the requirement earlier by obtaining a satisfactory TOEFL score. Students will be allowed to take only one course in their M.S. program while they are taking courses in the IEP.
硕士课程的学生须提交85分以上的成绩或通过IEP课程的高级课程,满足入学所需的英语成绩的必要条件。 如无法满足1年之内要求事项,则无法持续参与项目。 如果学生在中级课程中被安排,为了满足英语成绩,必须通过中级课程后获得高级课程,并成功通过高级课程。 因此,中级课程的学生在完成 IEP 课程的过程,至少需要2个学期。 为了使中级课程的学生具备更快的英语成绩,在学期中可以进行 iBT TOEFL 考试,并在完成中级课程时提交英语成绩时, 满足英语课程条件。学生们在听IEP课程时,还在研究生院课程中只能选修一门课程。
박사과정의 대학원 학생들은 IEP 과정을 수료해도 반드시 90점 이상의 TOEFL 성적을 제출해야 합니다. 1년 이내 요구 사항을 충족하기 못할 경우 프로그램에 지속적으로 참여할 수 없습니다. 학생들은 IEP 과정을 수강하는 동안 박사 과정 중 한 과목 또는 두 과목을 수강할 수 있습니다.
For graduate students in a doctoral program, completion of the courses in the advanced level of IEP does not necessarily clear students from the English proficiency requirement. They must demonstrate their proficiency in English by taking the TOEFL and receiving a score of 90 or higher while or after taking IEP. If they do not meet the requirement within a year, the students will not be allowed to continue in their program. Students will be allowed to take one or two courses in their PhD program while they are taking courses in the IEP.
攻读博士课程的研究生即使在读完IEP课程的过程,也必须提交90分以上的TOEFL成绩。 如无法满足1年之内要求事项,则无法持续参与项目。 学生在听IEP课过程中,可以选修博士课程中的一门课或两门课。
신입생 오리엔테이션 기간 중 조건부 입학생은 English Proficiency Test를 거쳐야 하며 시험의 결과에 따라 IEP 프로그램 중 중급 또는 고급 과정에 배치됩니다. 고급 과정의 모든 과정에서 B이상의 성적을 거둬야 영어 성적에 관한 조건이 충족됩니다.
The English Proficiency Test (EPT) will be required for all students with conditional admission during New Student Orientation and determine placement in the Intensive English Program (IEP). Depending on the EPT result, students will be placed either in the intermediate level or in the advanced level. Successful completion of the courses in the Advanced Level (a B or better from "all the courses") clears the student from the English (TOEFL) requirement.
新生入学说明会期间,需经过English Proficiency Test,并根据考试结果,被安排到在IEP项目中的中级或高级课程中。在高级课程的所有过程中,必须取得B以上的成绩,才能满足所要求的英语成绩的条件。
중급과정에 배정된 학생은 모든 ESL 중급과정을 수강해야 하며 B학점 이상으로 모든 과정을 성공적으로 마쳐야 고급과정으로 진급이 가능합니다. 중급과정에 있는 학생들은 중급과정을 마치는 시점에 영어과정 조건을 충족하기 위해 iBT TOEFL 성적 제출이 가능합니다.
Students placed in this level are required to register for all the intermediate ESL courses described below. Successful completion of the courses in this level (a B or better from all the required courses) leads to the advanced level. Students in the intermediate level may take TOEFL iBT during or immediately after the IEP courses to meet the requirements within a semester by obtaining a satisfactory TOEFL score.
被安排到中级课程中的学生必须选修所有ESL的中级课程,必须以B学分以上的学分完成所有课程，才能晋级到高级课程中。 在中级课程中的学生在完成中级课程时,为了满足英语课程的条件,可以提交iBT TOEFL的成绩。
The purpose of this course is to do intensive work in aural and oral language skills. Language skills will focus on segments (vowels/consonants), syllable structure, word stress, and rhythm on the sentence level. Summarizing and questioning are practiced with work on learning styles. Students’ awareness of American teaching and cultural patterns are stressed. The cultural awareness focuses on idioms, phrasal verb, American cultural values and norms as well as non-verbal communication. Students receive a diagnostic assessment of their language segmental and suprasegmental difficulties from an instructor and will be expected to work on improvement in these speech areas both in the classroom and independently.
This course will include workshops to develop students' oral communication skills, including their ability to make simple oral presentations, participate in face-to-face conversations on given topics and identify the main ideas and factual information in level-appropriate listening passages. Students will learn to recognize and use a variety of subtle language cues that native speakers of English employ in order to understand/express a person's intentions.
In this course, students will improve their reading comprehension skills and begin to learn how to write well-structured paragraphs. Specifically, students will review the basic principles of paragraph organization and essay structure, and learn to express ideas in sentences, paragraphs and essays. It strives to develop students’ writing skills through the use of the dictionary, practicing structures of written English, and learning to self-edit in preparation for advanced editing in the advanced level writing course. To accomplish these goals, students work on expanding their vocabulary through reading and use of the dictionary, work on strategies that promote independence and self-editing of their writing, complete many short writing assignments, and produce one longer revised essay. Emphasis is placed on reading and summarizing of text. The students prepare a portfolio of three pieces of writing from the semester that represent their best work in the class – one from their shorter paragraph assignments, one in-class reading and summarizing of text, and one longer essay that includes a summary of written text. Students will also develop their reading skills in the interpretation, analysis, summarizing, and criticism of ideas encountered in academic reading. A final exam is administered that is judged by a committee composed of ESL writing instructors. The final exam is an essay which requires a summary of written text, a response to a prompt, mastery of basic essay organization and the semester’s grammar work. The committee decides if the students possess the skills necessary to succeed in ESL 588.
고급과정에 배정된 학생은 아래의 모든 고급과정을 수강해야 하며 전 과정을 B학점 이상의 성적으로 수료해야 영어과정의 조건이 충족됩니다.
Students placed in this level are required to register for all the advanced ESL courses described below. Successful completion of the courses in this level (a B or better from all the required courses) clears the student from the English requirements.
The emphasis of this course is threefold: to further develop presenting skills, cultural awareness and improve the suprasegmental aspects of English. Intonation is taught with self-monitoring strategies and compensation skills. The presentation skills examine questions in detail, characteristics of good, rhetorical issues related to presentation development along with compensation strategies. The cultural awareness focuses on idioms, phrasal verbs, American cultural values and norms as well as non-verbal communication. 150 field specific vocabulary need to be pronounced with 95% accuracy. Video recording of presentation is examined.
This course also focuses on developing students' discussion and debate skills as well as listening comprehension. Students will understand main ideas and specific details of recorded passages on academic and general interest topics; take notes while listening and summarize the information orally; produce oral summaries of written material; prepare and deliver structured technology-assisted presentations on topics of general interest or a specific topic from their field; participate in group discussions and orally summarize the outcome, etc. A final presentation is evaluated and judged by a committee composed of IEP instructors. The committee decides if the students possess the skills necessary to pass this course.
Prerequisite: An appropriate EPT score or successful completion of the IEP intermediate level
The purpose of this course is to provide students with writing experiences designed to improve their essay writing skills through the process of prewriting, drafting, editing and revising. It also strives to build confidence, fluency and grammatical correctness in students’ writing. To accomplish these goals, students keep a journal, work on expanding their English competence on the sentence level, work on strategies that promote independence and self-evaluation of their own writing, complete many short writing assignments, and produce at least two longer revised essays and a short research paper. The longer essays emphasize summarizing and responding to written text and the use of learned rhetorical modes such as narration, persuasion and argumentation. Paraphrasing and usage of original language are emphasized. To work on a research paper, the whole procedure of writing a research paper will be reviewed: structure of a paper; compiling articles that students will use for their papers; taking effective notes; citing sources; and references. A portfolio of the final revised versions of these works is submitted with the final exam. A final exam is administered that is judged by a committee composed of ESL writing instructors. The final exam is a process writing assignment that includes a summary of written text and a response to a prompt that is related to that text. The committee decides if the students possess the skills to pass the course.
This course also provides separate grammar workshops. This session will promote accurate and appropriate language use in students’ writing. Students will review grammar skills, including verb tense, verb formation, subject/verb agreement, plurality of nouns, articles, etc. Complex and compound sentences will also be practiced using relative clauses, embedded questions, conditional forms, etc. Students also work on developing self-editing skills that enable students to express themselves accurately in writing.
Prerequisite: An appropriate EPT score or successful completion of the IEP intermediate level
This course develops comprehensive language skills encompassing speaking, listening, reading, and writing, given a specific topic. Topics may differ depending on students’ academic interest. This course gives students opportunities to improve their skills in their academic area. Students will read about issues in their field (e.g., science and technology) to improve their reading, vocabulary, discussion, grammar, and writing skills. They will define terms, participate in debates, give presentations and learn to defend their point of view in writing. They will also complete many short essays responding to their reading articles or short movie clips. 100 field specific vocabulary will be collected and defined throughout the semester. Analysis of presentations is given to each student throughout the semester.
Prerequisite: An appropriate EPT score or successful completion of the IEP intermediate level
Intensive English Center
1. Program Overview
SUNY Korea IEC는 뉴욕 Stony Brook University IEC와 자매프로그램으로서 홈캠퍼스와 동일한 교육과정을 제공하며 다양한 활동 프로그램을 제공하여 대학 교육과정에서 필요한 기본적인 영어 실력을 배양하게 하고 문화 인식의 기회를 제공합니다.
The SUNY Korea IEC has been offering a program of courses and activities, identical to its sister program at Stony Brook University in New York, providing educational and cultural opportunities while promoting English proficiency for academic purposes.
SUNY Korea IEC与Stony Brook University IEC形成姐妹项目，提供与主校园相同的教育课程、多样的活动项目，培养在大学教育过程中必要的基本英语实力,就享受体验文化认识的机会。
우리의 최우선 순위는 IEC에서 제공하는 집중 영어 코스를 통해 학생들이 영어에 능숙해질 뿐만 아니라 국제적 감각을 지닌 학생으로서의 자질을 갖추게 하는것입니다.
Our main priority is to support our students’ language and cultural needs in acquiring the knowledge and language skills necessary to prepare them for intercultural communication. With exposure to the intensive English courses offered in the SUNY Korea IEC, students can become not only fluent in the English language but also mentally prepared for the challenges of being international students.
我们的首要课题是,让学生们为准备文化间交流所必需的语言和文化上的支援, 并通过由SUNY Korea IEC提供的集中英语课程,使学生不仅熟悉英语，还能具备渊博的国际感觉的学生素质。
2. Intensive English Center Faculty
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, University of the Cumberlands
M.A. in TESOL, Grand Canyon University
Johanna Estrella M.A. in Language Education, Universidad Alcalá de Henares
Andrew Lasher M.A.in TESOL, University of Nottingham
3. Level Description
IEC 프로그램은 총 4단계로 구성되어 있습니다: 초급 (IEC 111) – 중급 I (IEC 112) – 중급 II (IEC 113) – 고급 (IEC 114).
IEC의 전 과정은 대학교육에 필요한 아카데믹한 영어 과정의 수학에 초점이 맞춰져 있습니다. 비판적 사고 능력, 에세이 작성, 프레젠테이션 및 영어 과목을 수강할 때 필요한 필기 및 강의에 대한 이해력을 높이는 다양한 수업을 제공합니다.
학생들은 반드시 반 편성 시험과 오리엔테이션에 참석해야 하며 반 편성 시험의 결과에 따라 편성된 영어 레벨로 IEC에서의 수학 기간이 결정됩니다.
The IEC has 4 levels : Pre-intermediate (IEC 111) – Intermediate I (IEC 112) – High Intermediate (IEC 113) – Advanced (IEC 114).
The IEC classes are geared towards preparing students for academic language skills. Students receive instruction in critical thinking, essay writing, creating and delivering oral presentations, note-taking, and comprehending academic lectures.
IIEC项目由四个阶段构成: 初级 (IEC 111) – 中级 I (IEC 112) – 中级 II (IEC 113) – 高级 (IEC 114).
All pre-intermediate through intermediate students take IEC 111 & 112 courses. They are designed to help students build a strong foundation in general oral and written communication.
Core classes: Listening & Speaking; Reading & Writing
Elective classes: Intermediate Grammar; Conversation; Pronunciation (* Subject to change)
These levels help high intermediate to advanced students prepare for success in an American University. Once a student has reached either the IEC 113 or IEC 114 level, they have the opportunity to take one SUNY Korea class before graduating from the IEC program, pending IEC Director approval. This allows for a smooth transition into becoming a SUNY Korea student.
Core classes: Listening & Speaking; Reading & Writing
Elective classes: Advanced Grammar; Business English; American Film & Culture; Pronunciation
4. Sample Path
|IEC 111||IEC 111||IEC 112||IEC 113|
|IEC 112||IEC 112||IEC 113||IEC 114|
|IEC 113||IEC 113||IEC 114||Matriculation|
|IEC 114||IEC 114||Matriculation|
Students who complete the Advanced IEC Level (114) with a B or better will be cleared for admission to SUNY Korea or Stony Brook University without having to submit a new TOEFL or IELTS score.
SUNY Korea IEC has 4 sessions in a year. Spring session (12 weeks) – Mandatory Summer session (12 weeks) – Mandatory Fall session (15 weeks) - Mandatory Winter session (6 weeks) - Optional
Winter Session 2018 January 2 - February 9
Spring Session 2018 February 26 - May 18
Summer Session 2018 May 28 - August 16
Fall Session 2018 August 27 - December 7
6. Class Schedule
Spring or Fall Session
Tuition: $ 3,700.00 Program Fees: $1,250.00 Total: $4,950.00
Tuition: $3,700.00 Program Fees: $840.00 Total: $4,540.00
Tuition: $1,850.00 Program Fees: $420.00 Total: $2,270.00
When is orientation? Is it mandatory?
- IEC orientation is mandatory. Information on date and time will be in your welcome letter.
What will my level be?
- All students will take placement exams which measure their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.
Is it possible to move up in level during the IEC session?
- During the first week of the IEC session, if all instructors agree that a student has been misplaced, it is possible for students to move up or down a maximum of one level. After the first week it is impossible for students’ levels to be changed.
How long will I study in the IEC?
- Students usually take one level per 12 or 15 week session. Students who pass the advanced level (IEC 114) with a B or better are exempted from the English Proficiency Test.
What will happen if I pass the TOEFL while attending the IEC?
- If a student attains a score of 80 or higher on the TOEFL IBT (or an equivalent IELTS score), the student will matriculate only when they receive a passing grade of B or higher during the IEC session. Students who receive a score of 80 or higher on the TOEFL IBT but do not pass the IEC session must retake the IEC course until they receive a grade of B or higher.
Can I take an undergraduate credit course while in the IEC?
- Only students placed in IEC 113 or IEC 114 can take one 3-credit course while in the IEC. Students must get permission from the IEC Director and take a course that does not interfere with their full-time IEC schedule. The class must be a 100-level course designed to help students with their English.
- Yes. The University requires all students to live on-campus in spring and fall sessions. During winter and summer sessions, the University allows students to live off-campus.
9. Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org