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    Core Competence



      The indexes below are used to assess students' core competence. Please see the Index description for more information.

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      Using foreign languages and gaining professional knowledge

      Use English professional knowledge and skills required at work and in academic fields, such as foreign language teaching, translation, English for specific purposes (ESP), linguistics, cross-cultural communication, etc.

      ※   Able to use the professional knowledge from the class to answer related questions.

      ※   Able to analyze the relation between various core courses.

      ※   Able to fully understand the professional know-how and integrate it into complete knowledge.

      Integrating and applying knowledge, responding to situations accordingly

      Integrate professional knowledge, respond to problems accordingly, and apply learned knowledge and experience to life and to work.

      ※   Able to apply easy concept to help understand complicated theories.

      ※   Able to induce common ideas from partial or sectional knowledge.

      ※   Able to apply whatever he learned to establish a unique personal knowledge system.

      ※   Able to adjust attitude to face new situations.

      ※   Able to seek support from others to face new situations.

      ※   Able to seek outside resources to face new situations.

      ※   Able to acquire new experience and feelings from work or real life practice.

      ※    Able to accumulate new experience from work or real life practice.

            Able to learn from accumulated experience.

      Thinking creatively and critically, and solving problems

      Think critically and creatively; integrate professional knowledge and language skills to analyze and solve problems.

            Able to develop a new direction in the professional field.

            Able to take actions in the professional field.

            Able to create new results in the professional field.

            Able to propose personal ideas or concepts.

            Able to add new perspectives to original thinking.

            Able to go beyond old thinking or concepts.

            Able to use questioning to clarify the problems.

            Able to find projects to solve problems.

            Able to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of different problem-solving projects.