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Seminar: 3.02.191 S Making Learning Visible in the EFL Classroom - Details
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Course name Seminar: 3.02.191 S Making Learning Visible in the EFL Classroom
Subtitle
Course number 3.02.191
Semester Sommersemester 2020
Current number of participants 18
expected number of participants 36
Home institute Institute of English and American Studies
Courses type Seminar in category Teaching
First date Mon., 20.04.2020 08:00 - 10:00, Room: (Online)
Type/Form
Lehrsprache englisch

Topics

Finding the right balance between input and independence, MLV class on 27th April: Evidence of learning, The competence-based approach and the power of feedback, Differentiation in the EFL classroom, Assessment of learning, Assessment OF learning vs. Assessment FOR learning, Task-based language learning I, Task-based language learning II, Putting it into practice: textbook analysis, Tasks in the digital age, John Hattie revisited - the teacher`s perspective, Analysing teaching and learning materials, Klausur, Results and reflection

Course location / Course dates

(Online) Monday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (12x)

Module assignments

Comment/Description

On successful completion of this module, students should

  • be familiar with current research in the field of evidence-based teaching, especially John Hattie`s Visible Learning and Visible Learning for Teachers
-be able to explain the difference between competence-based teaching as opposed to instructive approaches
-be familiar with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and be able to explain its significance and the impact it has had on language teaching

-know and be able to analyze syllabuses and curricula aimed at different age and ability groups
-be able to develop and evaluate lesson plans relying on the task-based approach but also on “classical” ways of lesson planning (PPP)

  • be able to critically consider a variety of assessment methods suitable for classroom use
-be able to plan for differentiation in accordance with the syllabus
-be able to comment on “real-life” case studies of individuals and groups of language learners thus practicing their diagnostic skills

-make informed decisions on methods, seating, use of media etc. in light of current research-be aware of the way culture shapes attitudes towards (language) -learning and teaching and develop realistic goals for intercultural skills and communication, both in the classroom and beyond

Participants are expected to:


-provide online commentaries on topics discussed in class
-submit specific samples of work as part of a portfolio

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