By the end of the course, learners will be able to 1.explain in their own words various approaches and methods for teaching a second language 2. critically analyze instruction and instructional materials
This class will introduce students to various approaches and methods for teaching a second language. In this class, students will analyze language materials or language instruction in the real world (TV or radio programs, classrooms, or textbooks). Students will present their analysis in final group presentations and written reports.
Johnson, K. (2008). Introduction to Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (2nd Edition) Pearson Education
Students are expected to complete all reading and writing assignments and participate actively in class.
Evaluation will be based on class attendance, reading and writing assignments, class participation, presentations and a final paper.
１．Introduction: Your language learning observation diary ２．Audiolingualism ３．Communicative language teaching ４．Task-based teaching ５．Language learning in different contexts ６．Syllabus design ７．Teaching young language learners ８．Language Practice (1) ９．Language Practice (2) 10．Teaching listening and reading 11．Teaching speaking and writing 12．Group Presentations 13．Group Presentations 14．Group Presentations 15．Written Reports
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