82727 - English Language Workshop V - (A)

Course Unit Page

  • Teacher Fabiana Fazzi

  • Credits 2

  • Teaching Mode Traditional lectures

  • Language English

  • Campus of Bologna

  • Degree Programme Single cycle degree programme (LMCU) in Primary teacher education (cod. 8540)

  • Course Timetable from Sep 25, 2021 to Nov 16, 2021

SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Quality education Gender equality Reduced inequalities Sustainable cities

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course students will have maintained their previous language abilities and will have acquired specialised lexis for the teaching of English in Italian primary schools and for introducing CLIL activities. Students will develop an awareness of culture and language skills in a prospect of lifelong learning with the aim of taking part in cultural exchanges and making contact with foreigner speaking partners, and developing awareness of culural tolerance and social harmony, and inclusion.

Course contents

A content based approach to language development.

Students will have the opportunity to exercise and improve their English through the study of techniques for teaching English in Italian primary schools. Students will be presented with a variety of activities in a workshop format. These will look at ways of improving lexical skills, reading and writing speaking and listening as well as play-based approaches to introducing grammar, songs and drama aspects of CLIL and the teaching of English in primary classroom.

In addition to methodology, we will be working on language and lexis, writing skills, as well as using various CLIL materials.

Readings/Bibliography

Rice, R. (2001), First steps, CLUEB.

Bland, J. (Eds.) (2005), Teaching English to Young Learners: Critical Issues in Language Teaching With 3-12 Year Olds, Bloomsbury.

Phillips, S. (1993), Young Learners, Oxford University Press.

Read, C. (2007), 500 Activities for the primary classroom, Macmillan Education.

Teaching methods

on line , moments of lecture and group work

Assessment methods

The end of course written exam will consist of the preparation of a short essay around one of the methodological or general topics met during the course.

In order to take the final exam, studenst should enrol on Alma Esami within the prescribed deadline. Anyone who is unable to enrol due to technical difficuties before the prescribed date should communicate the problem to the "segreteria didattica" as soon as possible, before the closing date for enrollments. It will be up to the course lecturer to accept the enrollment.

Should you fail the exam, it is possible to try again in the same exam session should there be another available date. (i.e. No "salto di appello")

The final evaluation is "pass" or "fail".

Teaching tools

computer, photocopies/handouts

Office hours

See the website of Fabiana Fazzi