|Second Language Acquisition||35 Hours|
|Teaching Pronunciation||15 Hours|
|Teaching Listening and Speaking||15 Hours|
|Teaching Reading and Writing||15 Hours|
|Teaching English Grammar||35 Hours|
|Teaching Young Learners||30 Hours|
|Computer-Assisted Language Learning||15 Hours|
|Total Hours||160 Hours|
|English for Academic Purpose(Optional)||18 Hours|
Second language acquisition (SLA) is designed to explore the underlying developmental process of learning a second language for non-native speakers of English. The study of SLA is strongly interdisciplinary. It includes linguistic theory, behavioral psychology and cognitive research. The theoretical and methodological basis of SLA will be implemented into the language classroom and studied with the goal of facilitating successful learning of a second language. Areas of study include comprehensible input, information processing and error analysis. The process of language acquisition will be considered in terms of individual differences and the internal and external factors that allow for learners to process input and produce comprehensible output. Overall, the theoretical basis of SLA will be applied to practical teaching methods for various language classrooms.
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fundamental concepts in phonetics and phonology and explore how they can use these concepts to facilitate the learning of oral production and aural reception in the English language. Phonology will be introduced at both the segmental and suprasegmental levels. The course will allow students to effectively apply the methods of phonology to the practice of teaching and testing English pronunciation. Classroom management will also be covered by developing a pronunciation syllabus and through discussions on the role and place of pronunciation teaching in the language curriculum. Pronunciation will allow for exposure to various accents and dialects with an emphasis on North American English.
TLS introduces strategies for developing listening and speaking skills and emphasizes the practical application of listening and speaking instructional methods within the EFL classroom. Easily applied principals and the guidelines necessary for testing and monitoring are focused on. This course will also explore different models combining listening and speaking through task-focused interaction and developing both fluency and accuracy. Students upon completion will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of contemporary language teaching methodology and develop and present speaking and listening activities for a variety of a learning contexts.
This course focuses on strategies for developing critical reading and writing skills. TRW is designed to introduce students to the strategies for teaching effective reading and writing skills to a range of age groups and grade levels of Korean learners of English. The course will involve individual development of skills associated with critical reading and writing, but considerable attention is given to practical applications of reading and writing instruction in the classroom at all levels of student ability.
The purpose of this course is to provide current and prospective EFL professionals with the ability and confidence to create effective grammar lessons that meet the needs of Korean learners of English. The course will expose students to theoretically-based discussions, while guiding students toward practical applications for the language classroom. The objective of this course is to enable students to develop their theoretical knowledge and to strategically apply methodological principles into the L2 classroom context.
Teaching Young Learners (TYL) is a course that will introduce students to current issues in teaching young learners English as a second language. TYL combines childhood psychology, education and ELT methodology while exploring the manner in which young learners acquire a second language. It also examines a wide range of techniques and strategies suitable for young learners of English as well as how modification can make the techniques and strategies applicable to other age groups. A cooperative learning approach is used whereby students will present the content, discuss and actively construct a deep understanding of the dynamics of teaching young learners. The course will encourage creative thinking and learning to design activities based on the individual student's needs. Students will have multiple opportunities to develop their teaching skills through hands-on interactive discussions and presentations.
Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) will introduce students to the ever evolving field of applying multimedia into the language classroom. The diversity of CALL provides students with the latest technology and learning opportunities in the digital age and how it can be applied in to various learning contexts. Students will experience the possibilities by using their creativity to develop teaching material by applying multimedia in a variety of ways. The course will provide a thorough overview of major issues and topics in CALL while addressing the challenges and benefits of implementing technology-enhanced instruction into the EFL classroom.
This course is intended to develop the fundamental ability to communicate and study in English. The primary goal of this course is to develop students' academic language skills in English to more effectively participate in Hanyang University's TESOL program. Students will develop academic language skills in the four areas of English, reflect upon their learning beliefs and experiences and actively discuss, practice, and apply concepts learned. students will be given an opportunity to experience both learning and applying English for Academic purposes.
* "English for Academic Purpose" is optional. If students are not qualified enough to take the TESOL program or need to study English for better communication, they are recommended to take this course. It is less credit value than the required courses.