Course Name : English Language Course
Course Level : Intermediate
Course Code : TEFL 103
The intermediate level of the English Language Course is designed to develop both oral and written communication skills.This would be achieved by emphasis on using and not analyzing the language through processes of exploration, and discussion of certain topics (cultural, educational, scientific and others) strengthening, meanwhile,the independent analytical and critical thinking among students.Another main crucial objective is to internalize the underlying structures of the language through series of supplementary and supporting tasks and activities.
Students will be able to:
At the end of the course the students are expected to do ( or reveal) the following as evaluated by the faculty in the department:
1. Use the spoken language successfully through various processes of oral communication.
2. Utilize the language successfully through various processes of written communication.
3. Develop independent learning.
4. Develop the analytical and critical thinking.
5. Efficient use of IT devices in presentations.
Teachers should bear in mind that a learner-centered method and not a teacher-centered is to be applied in order to achieve the objectives given above.Consequently,students should be given most of the time in class to explore, practice and use the language.Teachers should avoid teaching about the language: students need to acquire the language and not get knowledge about it.This, however, could be achieved through the utilization of seminar techniques. Students,being divided into groups or pairs, given a list of references, and a schedule of the topics,should know in advance that each group or pair will submit a presentation or presentations( it depends on number of students in class and number of topics to be covered through the course) and lead with the participation of other groups and the teacher a general discussion on the topic of the presentation in question. Further, students are involved in a variety of activities and tasks prepared and designed by the teacher to fully cover the various parts of the topic in question.Teachers, however, are allowed togive some short grammatical notes when necessary to draw the students’ attention to the structures in use
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