|no||Unit Goals and Learning Content||Teaching Methods||Assignments and Research Questions||비고|
|1||16 March: Course Introduction/Orientation 18 March: What is International Law||Online Teaching via LMS system: Lecture presentation file and lecture video Short reading Short homework for attendance||See LMS|
|2||23, 25 March: Development of International Law||Online Teaching via LMS system: Lecture presentation file and lecture video Assigned reading Short homework for attendance||See LMS|
|3||30 March, 1 April. Theorizing International Law in International Politics Today.||Online Teaching via LMS system: Lecture presentation file and lecture video Assigned reading Short home||See LMS|
|15||22 June, Final Exam Revision 24 June, Final Exam|
|Self-Rating||1.I participated actively in the course.
2.I have made a lot of effort while taking the course.
|Standard Questions||3.The course syllabus contained the detailed information about the operation of the course.
4.The professor ran the course according to the course syllabus.
5.The professor clearly stated the course plan in the first class.
6.The professor stated objectives of each lecture clearly and explicitly.
7.The professor stimulated my interest in the field.
8.The professor had expertise on the course contents.
9.The professor delivered the class contents adapting to student abilities and learning levels.
10.The professor used various teaching methods considering course contents.
11.The professor encouraged students to ask questions, and responded properly.
12.The professor gave assignments to deepen the course contents.
13.The professor provided meaningful and timely feedback on the students performances.
14.Overall, I would like to recommend this lecture to other students.
15.The course helped me to develop [the representative competency].
|Course Specific Questions||E-1. The course was taught in English.
(5: over 80%, 4: over 60%, 3: 40-60%, 2: 20-40%, 1: under 20%)
E-2. The course increased my English competency in the field.
|Optional Questions||D-1. The Professor encouraged students to participate in discussion.
D-2. The professor suggested a clear evaluation criteria for in-class discussion.
Cheating, plagiarism, and other dishonest practices will be punished as harshly as Kyungpook National University policies allow.
The University specifies that cheating is grounds for dismissal. Penalties less severe may be imposed instead.
A list of possible disciplinary actions is given below.
Actions by the university:
- Failure in course
- Suspension from university for a designated period
- Expulsion from university