Subject: Curriculum Studies
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 1 and 2
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours
College: Education
Department: Curriculum Studies


Upon completion of this course, students should be able to explain and apply the principles that underpin a variety of approaches to English language teaching and assessment, explain factors key to the development and selection of an approach or approaches for particular contexts, articulate their own preferred complex of approaches and the reasons such a complex will enable them to appropriately address the needs of their anticipated learners, and apply these reasoned preferences to short-, medium-, and long-term planning.

Prerequisite(s): ECUR 391.3
Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): Students pursuing the B.Ed. Direct Entry Program must complete EFDT 101.3; ECUR 163.3 or ECUR 164.3 or ECUR 165.3; EFDT 265.3 or ECUR 265.3; EPSE 202.3.
Note: Students enrolled in the CERTESL Program may receive credit for only one of TESL 35 or ECUR 393. Students enrolled in the B.Ed. or PDCEAL programs cannot use TESL 35 for credit to meet B.Ed. or PDCEAL degree requirements. Costs in addition to tuition may apply to this course.

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