1. Targeted skills:
At the end of this module, "ICT and TEACHING ENGLISH", the student must develop the digital skills required in order to exploit ICT for personal, educational and professional uses, and know the ethical and legal aspects of the use of ICT. She/He must also discover the tools for creating free resources (Creative Commons) as well as the rules of use to be respected.
2. Objectives of the module:
- Use ICT tools for management, sharing and collaboration
- Master teaching and learning methods incorporating digital technology.
- Master the project management tools and identify the contexts in which to implement them.
Make students aware of the ethical and legal aspects of using a digital resource in order to use it wisely while respecting ethical aspects and the right to ICT.
Oral Communication course aims at introducing the students into the basic components and forms of oral communication. It examines the principles and types of oral communication and provides the students with the means to inform, argue, persuade and induce action. Students will learn how to effectively speak in public using the verbal, physical as well as the visual components of communication. They will learn how to critically evaluate an oral performance and assess their own speech production. Throughout the semester, the students will both present and assess presentations in relation to various social issues. This course will ultimately increase the students’ self-confidence as public speakers.
The course builds on the course “Writing paragraphs” (S1, M2) and aims to help students:
The main aim of this course is to help the students overcome lexical and structural difficulties as a first step in developing their reading skills and strategies; More specifically, the course is intended to develop students' ability to use context to guess the meaning of unfamiliar words, read for gist, and more importantly, to enable students to think logically in English and critically handle texts ( distinguishing facts from opinions, recognizing the author's tone and purpose)….etc.
In this course students students will be doing a lot of practice reading and comprehension activities in order to further develop the skills of skimming, scanning, previewing and anticipating as necessary reading tools to approach varied materials. The goal is to enhance students' ability to read advanced and longer reading passages.
At the end of the course, students are required to sit for a final written exam.