Introduction to Political Science DLAS103

CLIL Survey Course for Freshmen MIC Learners

This course is closed for enrollment.

This is a fall semester, team-taught CLIL course offered in the fall semester for MIC learners. Materials are only available when the course is in session, and much content is only revealed in stages.

This course introduces a variety of approaches to political science and political thinking. The course covers major political issues of contemporary societies at the local, national, and global level and introduces key concepts and themes of the major sub fields of political science.

Goals:

  • to develop analyses of power, interests, and collective action and understanding of political theory, comparative politics, international relations, and political economy.
  • to increase knowledge of vocabulary
  • to improve skills for writing short academic essays
  • to improve spoken fluency, especially as related to political science
  • to develop the skills to critically analyze key political concepts and the practice of politics based on information presented in class and in out-of-class research
  • to develop the skills to critically analyze key political concepts and the practice of politics based on information presented in class and in out-of-class research


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Cathrine-Mette Mork
Cathrine-Mette Mork

Cathrine-Mette Mork 望久 (モーク) 片梨奈 (カタリーナ) is a Canadian EFL instructor with almost 30 years of teaching experience. Read more about her here: http://morksensei.com/about