Stuart Carroll, a highly qualified teacher with an advanced scientific degree (PhD, Associate Professor) started the methodological seminars for teachers of the Foreign Languages Department. Dr. Carroll will provide answers to the questions and doubts concerning Grammar, basic professional concepts in the field of methodology and linguistics, different ways to engage students in lesson content, etc.

 Joint program schedule and list of learning components in terms of thematic modules:

Date

Time

Topic

Hours

15.10.2022 Saturday

17.00-18.20

Teaching Grammar as a Liberating Force

2

29.10.2022 Saturday

17.00-18.20

Digging into Sentences

2

12.11.2022 Saturday

17.00-18.20

Creating Community in the On-line Classroom

2

26.11.2022 Saturday

17.00-18.20

Memorable Teaching

2

03.12.2022 Saturday

17.00-18.20

Teaching as Storytelling

2

17.12.2022 Saturday

17.00-18.20

The Rise of English - Addressing Linguistic Imperialism

2

Total

12

 

The individual task comprises the following aspects:

Topic

Hours

1.     

The h*istory of conventional and innovative teaching grammar

3

2.     

Lexical approach in modern teaching

3

3.     

The role of collaboration in goal achieving in the classroom

3

4.     

What makes a good lesson

3

5.     

Motivation and differentiation in the EFL teaching

3

6.     

Teaching the language: the facets of the process

3

 Total

18 hours / 6 ECTS

 

Deadline for completion: 18.12.2022

Intended learning outcomes

At the end of the course the participants will be able to:

1) Explain the basic professional concepts in the field of methodology and linguistics;

2) Apply the acquired skills in teaching and learning process;

3) To operate with theoretical concepts from the course in their professional and research activity.


The total duration of the program is 30 academic hours or 1 credit ECTS.

 

 Criteria for successful joint program completion and certification requirements

The certificate of completion for 30 hours (1 ECTS) will be issued to those participants who have attended all webinars and completed the individual task. A digital version of the certificate will be emailed to participants.

 

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