This course is designed to provide opportunities for the students of English Education Department to develop an awareness of the issues in language teaching and learning. Then, the students are given opportunities to analyze the issues of their choice by reading, selecting, and analyzing journal articles related to the issues that the students are interested in.
Specifically, this course will assist students to:
- Identify the problems in Language teaching and learning
- Read and comprehend journal articles on various issues in language teaching and learning
- Present/report journal article(s) of the students’ interests
- Analyze journal articles related to the problems in language teaching and learning of the students’ interests in the form of an annotated bibliography
- Present the annotated bibliography
Welcome to the E-Learning of ICT in Language Learning Course
ICT in Language Learning is a mandatory course which is worth 4 credits offered in even-numbered semesters. Students are recommended to take this course on their fourth semesters. In this course, students will receive theoretical input through discussion, speeches, as well as practice designing teaching media using mainstream technology. Topics studied in this course include understanding autonomous learning in language teaching, exploring the use of mobile devices for autonomous learning in language teaching, promoting autonomous learning in language teaching using videos, and designing autonomy in language teaching through video creation.
This course provides a broad overview on second/foreign language assessment and evaluation. The course examines the theoretical base of language assessment and evaluation, the principles of developing language assessment, item analysis, grading and scoring, interpreting the results of assessment and evaluation as well as designing assessment for four language skills which include speaking, listening, reading and writing. It provides students with theoretical foundation of language assessment and evaluation as well as practical experience in examining available tests and designing language assessment.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to (1) link their experience in taking language tests with available theories, (2) be critical in examining available test items, (3) developing assessment for speaking, reading, writing and listening as well as (4) providing an alternative option for standardized national examination.
1. Hard Skills
a. Quizzes and Discussion Forum 15 %
b. Presentation 10 %
c. Tests for Receptive Skills 20 %
d. Tests for Productive Skills 20 %
e. Alternative Assessment 15 %
2. Soft Skills 20 %
Discipline, Classroom Participation, Empathy and Trustworthiness