Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Methodologies
Gain an overview of the approaches and methods used in teaching English to non-native speakers. Develop classroom techniques that address the needs of culturally diverse students to improve your teaching practices and detailed lesson planning.
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- 31 May 2021
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- evaluate lesson materials in terms of suitability for English language learners, considering cultural and linguistic differences and similarities
- review second language learning theories related to language teaching approaches
- develop a learning environment which maximises the learning potential of language learners through integrating content knowledge and language skills
- identify the principles behind the various teaching approaches and incorporate these principles into lesson design.
- TESOL: principles and terminology
- Class interaction & individual differences
- SLA theories underpinning language teaching
- Historical overview of TESOL methods
- Communicative language teaching (CLT)
- Task-based language teaching (TBLT)
- Content-based instruction & CILL
- Lesson planning techniques
- Teaching reading
- Teaching writing
- Teaching listening & speaking
- Teaching grammar & vocabulary
You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- CUR-TESOL502C-Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Methodologies (No longer available)
No additional requirements
This subject includes a basic overview of approaches, methods, and techniques used in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL). It focuses on developing successful classroom practices that address the learning needs and interests of culturally diverse and language minority students. Students in this subject will have the opportunity to apply what has been discussed in the workshops to hands-on teaching practices and detailed lesson planning.
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- Materials Development (50%)
Current study term: 30 May 21 to 29 Aug 21
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