|Level: 3rd Year
|Number of teaching Hours:22h30|
|Aims and Objectives:
v To introduce the notion “Didactics” to learners, and to tell them its domain and role in relation to Lge teaching and learning.
v To cope with the historical teaching methods, their tenets and how to be an Eclectic teacher.
v To determine the notions’ concepts as Communication, Interaction, Communicative Competence and communication strategies.
v To give the opportunity to EFL learners to tackle lessons, to plan skills and the sub-skills and how to teach them from observable perspectives.
v To invite the students to make a distinction between “ a Curriculum and a Syllabus”,
ü Introducing the field “Didactics”, its meaning, its area of study.
ü Introducing the notions “Approach, Method, Techniques” and their philosophies.
ü Dealing with the different Teaching Methods in EFL Classrooms.
ü Defining the concepts “Communication- Communicative Competence- Interaction”.
ü Familiarizing the learners with the different EFL teacher’s role and how to assess the enrolled learners.
ü Coping with learning theories and contributions to facilitate learning.
ü Socializing the EFL learners with both processes “Teaching/Learning” and showing them with practical, observable situations how to manage classrooms.
Aleidine K. M (2015). Foreign Language Teaching and Learning.University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Available at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Douglass, H. D. (2006). Principles in Language Teaching and Language Learning. San Francisco State University
Gabriel D. M. (2001). Introduction to Didactics.Consejo de Formación en Educación, Buenos Aires
Richard, J. C.,& Rogers, T. S. Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching. Cambridge Language Teaching Library
Schunk, D. H. (2008). Learning Theories: An Educational Perspectives (6st ed)
|End of the Semester|
|Assessment and Evaluation|