The content for this module is about astronomy... pretty self-explanatory. Posts: 3. We are her first batch so it was a little rough for everyone trying to figure out what is going on. See also: Modules Taken during NTU Year 1 Computer Science, AY2013/14. I went for one lecture for each of the professors and I didn't understand what they were teaching at all. Reading NTU module reviews really helped me in choosing my modules and setting my expectations. She is an okay lecturer that is funny at times, and she is very open to questions so you can email her if you don't understand anything about the module. The content is about the history of the English language, from Old English to Modern English we have today. He gives a break after every hour but after the first hour my mind is already snoozing and spacing out. This module is taught by Prof Nuri Kim. We will be graded only based on our writing, so website noobs like me no need to be scared. Content-wise, this module is about the theories of communications and it's super dry. and try to converse with your peers in german as much as you can during class! This means the bell curve will be steep though. Since all these modules are available next semester, I can help provide additional information. Those questions later came out during the oral exams. ( Log Out / The tutor was very nice and approachable, and she does take memes very well. NTU is an amazing University for everyone to attend to. Lectures are NOT recorded. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. This was also the first semester where I actually did my readings, and I was quite surprised at how useful it was. Assessment: Impromptu speech (20%), Written speech (20%), Theory test (20%), Persuasive speech (30%), Class participation (10%), Lessons: 1x 1.5hour tutorial, 1x 1.5hour lecture. Each week, teacher will use 1 hour to conduct lecture, 1 hour to play game and express reviews, and lastly 1 hour to answer tutorial questions or conduct group presentation. LAJ1201 Japanese 1 – 14/15 Sem 1; LSM1301 General Biology – 15/16 Sem 1; LSM1302 Genes and Society – 14/15 Sem 1; GEK2001/SSA2202/GES1003 Changing Landscapes of Singapore – 16/17 Sem 2 Have already gotten used to university life. Part 1(50%): Assignment 1 - 26/26 ( W: 13%) Many of my peers struggled with it. I probably understood like, 20-30% of the paper. Otherwise, this whole module is going to be a very big headache. I can't comment much more about this, this one is a pure standard mugfest. module review dance ntu reviews JCRC NTU College Scholarship advice applications bs2003 bs2007 cs8900 stars planner university work JDC MOOC aaa08e aaa18e barista beauty form and function biochem biosoc bs0001 bs1002 bs1005 bs1006 bs1007 bs1008 bs1100 bs2001 bs2002 bs2004 bs2008 bs2012 bs3003 bs3004 bs3010 bs3013 bs3019 bs3022 … With the stress of our intense online module bidding exercise known as “Star Wars”, choosing the perfect elective modules at NTU can be tough. I honestly did not find those videos useful because most of the German grammatical and syntactical rules were explained in complete German. Didn't enjoy this module at all. Lectures are not recorded, even lecture slides are not uploaded every week. When I first knew this I was so SHOOK like wtf he's just throwing us into the deep end of the pool?!?! For every module, a "priority score" is calculated. This also means that the tutorial worksheets will take more than half an hour to finish. The lectures are difficult to understand, the tutorials are quite difficult to do. I'm awful at public speaking so this module was a nightmare for me initially, my first few assignments were also poorly scored too. I came to final year of my study in Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The content for this module is about teaching students on how to be a better speaker. The Nanyang MBA Advantage. Reviewed by Randy J. LaPolla (Nanyang Technological University) This book takes on the question of whether a child’s language acquisition depends on an innate informationally-encapsulated language module in the brain, essen-tially hard-wired grammar, or depends on general cognitive mechanisms. EE1111 EE1111A EE1112 EE2012 EE2012A EE2023 EE2026 EE2027 EE2028 EE2029 EE2111A EE3560C EE3731C EG2401A ES1103 ES1531 ES2531 GEH1049 GEQ1000 GER1000 IT1007 MA1508E MA1511 MA1512 PC2020. To be fair he provides us with a huge question bank for every topic so we can practice to our hearts content. All these were done on top of the weekly readings I forced myself to do for the cores so I was facing quite a bit of pressure. Learn about our latest achievements and discoveries in the many exciting areas of research in the Mathematical Sciences. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. These constitutes online participation (10%). NTU Modules Module reviews by other people were helpful to me. Impromptu speech (20%) involves giving a 2 minute speech about a topic that you will choose at random from a pile of cards. Careless mistakes included). ... Do not expect yourself to be an expert on human behaviour after that this module. Overall I have mixed feelings about this module. Overall, it wasn't an awful mod but it isn't special or good in any way either. It is a must that when taking this module you should master the 3 important financial documents (Income statement, balance sheet, and especially Statement of Cash Flow). I didn’t do very well for the last quiz due to lack of revision. I would not recommend this if you have legit 0 knowledge of this language. I have very mixed feelings about this module. There is no attendance marking at all. Very interesting module but I didn't really grasp the concepts quite well, so I did pretty poorly. Just here giving my 2c about the mods I took, hopefully, it helps you in your STARS wars. The content is SUPER HEAVY. There were 60 short questions to answer in the span of 1hr 30mins. It lasted almost the entire semester and we had to work in groups of 5 to make an academic style e-poster about the problems of communication and how to solve it. Can't remember their names since I rarely went for the lectures. Their teaching emphasized a lot on collaborative learning i.e lots of lesson time dedicated to practicing the language within your groups. This module made me feel like I was studying back in JC again. My only gripes are that it's easy to mess up your grades from the 2 midterms and that the 3hours straight lecture is honestly super torturous. Upon completion of this NTU digital lifestyle module, students will able to learn the below mentioned key points. That's all for this semester. I had an in-campus class right after an online class. That being said the recorded lectures aren't very useful either. For both assignments, we were given some language data to analyse. There are many tutorial slots and the other slots are covered by either Prof Ang Peng Hwa and Prof Jimmy Yap. I felt that tutorial was pretty fun and enjoyable. I talked to my German group mates way more than I talked to my course mates from other mods/electives outside of class tbh. The difficulty of the written paper is similar to the eWorksheets, and I found the eworksheets extremely difficult. I had so much trouble with this assignment, because I realised promotional writing is alot harder than I expected. Group project was a mess since most of my members were not from the same course and it was hard trying to coordinate schedules for online meetings. This module is taught by Prof Mark Cenite. A yearly ritual in summarizing my impression on the modules taken during the period. There are NO recorded lectures, so I was always forced to attend lectures that I don't learn much from just for participation marks. We were given roughly 2 to 3 weeks to finish this so we had to think hard about a real newsworthy event to write about, and how to craft the story. You will be taught about the theories of crafting a good persuasive speech during the lectures. I struggled in understanding what each theory meant and stood for. I found this mod harder than morphosyntax tbh there were way too many theories to grasp and understand and some of the theories just seemed pretty similar to each other. Updated AY 18/19 Semester 2 . Joined: Oct 02, 2017. My 2c: even though it’s level 1, I feel that the content is more suited for level 2 (or 3 even) due to the way the curriculum is structured. The content of the module is about teaching students the basics of different styles of writing, such as promotional writing and journalistic writing, and it has a fair share of practical and theoretical assessment. Lessons: No tutorials, 2x 1.5hours lecture. Newfound appreciation for our mega-corporation overlords. You must be really open to abstract concepts, be very comfortable with epsilon-delta proofs, sequences in order to sort of survive the course. During lectures he will go through the lecture materials and it's a good experience to go there and listen to him teach but I felt I didn't learn much from the lectures. not much tips tbh coz i ended up SU-ing but do try to clarify your doubts as quickly as you can with the tutors so that it doesn’t snowball. NUS Non Computer Science Module Reviews. 100% Exam This module reviews the study of animal cognition and relates the findings to equine cognitive ability. After that, we had to read a dialogue that is completely in Russian. The lectures are very barren anyways because the lectures ARE recorded. Also, there is only 1 lecture timing that is at an ungodly hour (4.30pm - 7.30pm), which meant I was really tired and couldn't focus after a whole day of lessons. Sometimes she will require all students to discuss online too for some of the weeks. For oral 1, we were tested in groups and we had to answer 2-3 questions that will be asked by the tutor. Tests were relatively doable and straightforward. The finals (30%) is like a normal JC style paper. I realised I wasn't going to get a good grade so I S/U this module. The second group writing assignment (25%) is about creating a promotional website. Better to be safe than sorry. If I managed to understand >70% of the lesson for the day, I considered that day as a damn miracle. students when they first arrive at NTU, such as freshmen orientation; mandatory briefings on harassment and misconduct, and new online module on anti-harassment for student organisers and freshmen participating in orientation programmes from July 2019. Both midterms (20% + 30%) are all MCQs, so it was good for me since I didn't like writing essays. The lectures and tutors are always there to give their full support and will do their best to help as much as they can. hello! About NTU ; Academic Development and Quality ... Production (on-campus equivalent = portfolios, essays, reflections, reviews) How to create a module map. This really took me out of my comfort zone and made me realise how difficult it is to interview people and write news articles. Read more. So here are some information of modules and my personal take on them which might also be helpful to you. Change ), just a review on some of the mods i have taken. Assessment: Individual assignment (25%), Group assignment (25%), Class participation and tutorial work (20%), Finals (30%), Lessons: 1x 1.5hours tutorial, 1x 1.5hours lecture. NTU Module Review Year 3 Sem 1. Module Reviews. The finals (50%) have a little of everything, 1 section of MCQs, short-answer questions and essay questions EACH. However, the grading felt very arbitrary. I just attended the first lesson and it was quite a steep learning curve :’) any tips to learn the language? I can’t say much other than this because the prof wants to reuse the data for future assignments. Until next time, Tschüss! Written speech (20%) involves crafting a 1000 word speech about a student-centric and controversial topic. also part of the go home club. Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons What it’s about: Analysing the linguistic and discursive aspects of human sexuality.. Fun Factor: 5/5.Hands down, the best module I’ve taken. Even Google translate couldn’t help me lol I had to ask my peers for help. For my final year, I still had six Academic Units (AUs) of Unrestricted Electives (UEs) (together with S/U options!) ( Log Out / Let me break it down. I understand and remember the content SOOO MUCH BETTER. You will be given 4 weeks of mock practice and it will be recorded for you to view, so you can improve on your body language, positioning and pronunciation. MBA Program rating  (4.5) Submit a review. Ah, the semester where the school flipped prata like nobody’s business. You will be required to participate in the panel discussion about your week's topic to earn panel participation (10%). Verified score: 690 Q43 V41 . I have very mixed feelings about this module. I suppose the university has been looking at blogs of NTU students who say that HP1000 is an easy A. The average for assignment 1 was 14/25; some got 0 because they cheated; the highest was 20/25. Since NTU has (graciously) granted us some free Pass/Fail modules on Coursera due to the covid-19 outbreak, I thought it would be a good chance to clear some credits to lighten my workload for the future semesters. The module consists of part 1 and part 2 taught by 2 different professors. It wasn't too bad. It feels amazing when you have planned enough time for travelling for face-to-face tutorials after an online lecture ends, only for the school to switch the location back to online after getting the mods. The Astronomy stuff is pretty interesting too. The 3 minute speech will be about a student-centric and controversial topic. I am writing in my capacity as a direct year 2 poly student in 2011 who studied EEE for 3 years and graduated with honours with a rich CCA, hall-life and exchange experience. Also I pretty much finished all of my lms core mods this sem so I’m most likely to start on Major-PE the next semester. About 95% of the content is covered in the readings and lecture materials. However, I think she emphasised heavily on pronunciation for this test, as those that did not pronounce well were quite heavily penalised. Tbh I might have focused too much on my language electives which led to the dismal results for my cores in the later part of the semester. My 2c: Though I didn’t really understand the theory, the tutorials were actually pretty fun. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Everything! You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Kudos: 0. They probably are like, "Oh, so you want an easy A? November 14, 2016. A good thing is that she releases both midterm results of EVERYONE in a pdf, so you know EXACTLY where you stand. My first year experience at NTU was incredible and I would not change anything. My preferred way of studying is to watch Crash Course Astronomy on Youtube while looking at the lecture notes. The assignment was on matching words and its meanings based on a text on wordnet with a 6-8 pages write-up on wordnet. This module is taught by Prof Guinevere Barlow. This module is taught by Prof Andrew Duffy. During that time I had to juggle with the two assignments from my cores, 1 group video presentation from HD0102 and memorise 2 scripts in different languages. Assessment: Class participation (10%), Panel participation (10%), Online participation (10%), Midterm exam 1 (20%), Midterm exam 2 (30%), Group project (20%). Hello Lms junior and fellow russian classmate HAHA I think I know who you are , Hi! My 2c: Somewhat relatively easier mod to understand (based on what others have told me). Honest Reviews of NTU Modules Tuesday, 22 November 2016. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / I think I got somewhat lucky with my tutor. eWorksheets (i.e online worksheets to be done after finishing a chapter) were pretty easy. I am a fresh graduate (year 2014) from Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE). My 2c: Calculator is needed for this module. Hope I helped you in some way from this. This module covered 15th to 21st century focusing on the major powers and their statehood / ideologies and key events that happened throughout the time period that shaped the world to what it is today; hence the title Origins of the Modern World. She was really patient and tried her best to bridge the learning gap but it was just too wide for me. my tutor was isabel. The course is structured to simulate the working environment, often with different modules feeding into the ‘Studio module’ where you will develop projects from conception through to technical resolution. Bell curve is super steep. You either get it or you don't, you should see if this module is for you during Add/Drop. What is difficult about this course? Be warned. Apart from looking for modules that fit into your plan for a perfect 3-day work-week, you’ll also want easy-to … The concepts were relatively easy to grasp and the calculations were not that hard (legit just basic algebra; the hardest part is probably ‘find y in 2x+5=y when x=2’; not the actual question but yeah) up until the finals. NTU modules review for AY20/21 – Y2S1 – NTU mods review. left, so I was really happy. It is sorted by matriculation number so only you know your own grades, you wouldn't know what your friend scored unless you know their matriculation numbers. Seniorsays.sg is community initiative to help NTU students Make Better University Decisions with Senior Reviews, Study Notes, Latest Happenings and Everything on Campus.. Ahh Electives… Whether it is our UEs (Unrestricted Electives), or our General Education Prescribed Electives (GER-PEs), we are all looking for electives that are: Overall, I really enjoyed this module, I've learnt alot from it and Prof Duffy really makes the lessons fun and interesting. NTU Modules Module reviews by other people were helpful to me. Before I knew it I was thrown into a sea of audible but undecipherable German passages. There are weekly readings for this module and I found most of them really helpful in understanding the terms and concepts. firstname.lastname@example.org I feel that he is a very amazing and experienced prof, and the way he structures this module is very special and to me, very fair. хаха. During tutorials he will usually give out worksheets for us to do in pairs and then discuss with the class, other times there will be some class activity. It involves SO MUCH writing though (DUH ITS A WRITING MOD), so I was quite discouraged initially. For my final year, I still had six Academic Units (AUs) of Unrestricted Electives (UEs) (together with S/U options!) 1. Thus, despite my ailing memory I will attempt to post some sort of review to help other lost lambs like me. Overall, this module was alot of fun. However I am bad at it, especially if I do not understand the content so I did very badly. Regretted that decision. I feel that he is a great and funny professor, and if you get him for your tutorial also then it's a bonus. No lecture attendance but there is for tutorial. For the group oral, we had to craft out a 7-10 mins skit in Russian. But nonetheless I managed to get all my required interviewee accounts and finish the story. There were 3 phases in this assignment. The EE8092 digital lifestyle NTUis an STS (science technology and Society) elective that comprises three academic units. Nanyang Technological University 50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639798 Tel: (65) 67911744 The score is computed based on numerous factors, including the seniority of the student (year 4 have higher priority than year 1), whether the module is a core requirement for your major/minor and how you rank the module. ʘ‿ʘ Disclaimer: The posts were written based on my personal opinions and experiences and should by no means be taken as 100% factual statements. I feel that this is one of those modules where if one is good with rote memorisation, it should not be a problem. REVIEWER IDENTITY VERIFIED … This makes up class participation (10%) Lecture covers the theory side of crafting a good speech, tutorials are more practical and you get to practice giving a speech. 4 Comments, Assessment: Weekly quizzes (10%), Midterms 1 (45%), Midterms 2 (45%). NTU linguistics. (I don’t stay in hall, hence the complaint.) Some students I felt were better speakers but they scored worse than others, and vice versa. In the template, start by breaking your module down into weeks. Pravin23. She will be open for consultation to discuss about your choice of topics, which is highly recommended. Persuasive speech (30%) involves delivering a persuasive speech in front of your tutorial class. Tips: Try out at least 3 past year exam papers before the actual paper to familiarise yourself with the format. module review dance ntu reviews JCRC NTU College Scholarship advice applications bs2003 bs2007 cs8900 stars planner university work JDC MOOC aaa08e aaa18e barista beauty form and function biochem biosoc bs0001 bs1002 bs1005 bs1006 bs1007 bs1008 bs1100 bs2001 bs2002 bs2004 bs2008 bs2012 bs3003 bs3004 bs3010 bs3013 bs3019 bs3022 … Again, consultation is highly recommended. Before the oral 1, She gave a LOT of hints by asking us different questions in Russian before every lesson. This whole module is based on 1 textbook same as the module name. I might consider taking a break from language classes after this sem but I’ll have to see what other UEs I can take. But thinking back now, it was quite. Which also means the bell curve is super duper steep. as he was easily contactable for any consultation in his office, and he let us submit a practice assignment which he gave us feedback very promptly. The content is about media law in Singapore, and comparisons are made with US and UK. Open 'Module map' in Teams (Files > Module map) Use your module specification or handbook for reference. However, if you’re looking to expand your social network via a language elective, I would recommend this elective. It felt like the mini version of Project Work that I took back in JC. I failed assignment 2 very badly though lol. I know there were quite a lot of people who struggled with this module but I honestly found this module to be the least of my worries. This module is taught by Ms Shobi Pereira. email@example.com My other gripe is that midterm 2 results will NOT be released, so you will only finish the semester knowing 20% of your grades. The content and the professor are great and interesting, but I personally had trouble grasping the concepts. November 16, 2017. Also I would not recommend taking two language electives in one semester, unless one is super desperate to clear their UEs. The quizzes were relatively easy though, since it was done online and open-book style. It took us alot of effort for just 20% of the module, so that was really funky for me. That being said, it is not very hard to understand even for me so it's not for science or engineering students only. The very first individual writing assignment (25%) is about writing a journalistic article. It's not a mugfest, you need to know how to apply what concepts to which situations and the questions are really tricky too. For your panel week, you are also required to discuss online on Blackboard about your week's topic. Stay tuned for more! The various approaches to the study of learning and related theories are discussed, with reference to their application in horse ... ARE.Exchange@ntu.ac.uk Module Codes I’m taking German this sem and may I know who your prof is? (I scored about 70-ish? Not sure how this is graded too, not much feedback is also given. left, so I was really happy. This entry was posted on Thursday, 10 March 2016 and is filed under Module Review,nanyang technological university,ntu module review. On one hand, it is the most fun module I took in the semester, but on the other, I feel the assessment is very arbitrary. In NUS, the module registration system is called ModReg (CORS bidding has been scrapped). I didn't enjoy it at all. Thank you . Time flies very quickly, in a blink of an eye. W: Weightage. It came out during the busiest time of the semester so I did not have much time to properly understand the questions and churn out a decent piece of work. This is because the curriculum is conducted in such a way that you are supposed to learn more from your peers as compared to learning from the tutor. This module is PURE MCQ. Both midterms (25% + 25%) are ALL MCQ, and lecture content is tested. During the break before Y2S1, try to skim through HG2034 and HG2003; the revision will help you in some parts of this mod. You really need consistent effort to keep up with the content. Attendance is marked with assigned seating and that goes to class participation (10%). NTU Nanyang Reviews. 2 hours to finish 2 out of 4 essay styled questions. 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