Předmět Didaktika AJ I (AAA500105)
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Seminar 1 - On being a teacherPractical info - syllabus introduction, system of work, requirementsIntroducing basic concepts, terms and abbreviations (L1, L2, L3; ESL x EFL; ELF; SLA, FLA, L1A, L2A; SLTE; EFL, TEFL, TESOL; applied linguistics)The roles of the teacherTeacher languageThe concepts of the good language teacher, effective teacher, expert teacher, confident teacherLiterature for language teachers - teacher training manualsTeaching and research - academic resources, journalsSeminar 2 - Introducing classroom observationsClassroom observations - types and purposesWays of recording and analysing observationsObservations and research, classroom researchIntroducing micro teachingPractical: observing and analysing a part of a video recording of an English lessonSeminar 3 - On being a language learnerLearner rolesLearner variables - cognitive, affective, personalityAge in language learningTeaching young and older teenagers (topics, attitude, motivation, discipline, cooperation)Teaching adultsSeminar 4 - On language learning and acquisitionEmpiricism and mentalismTheories of learning and their impact on language learning theories and classroom practice(behaviorist, cognitivist, constructivist, social cognitivist, social constructivist)Overview of essential SLA theories and their implications on language teachingThe learning process - declarative & procedural knowledge, automatization, restructuring, instructionLearner trainingPractice: introducing basic language classroom techniques, classroom languageSeminars 5 & 6- Teaching pronunciationTeaching segmental and suprasegmental phonetics - techniques and principles, activitiesThe intelligibility principleThe link between production and perception Underhill’s muscular memory techniques (The Sound Foundations)Using the IPALiterature on and for teaching pronunciationPronunciation and the Common European Framework of ReferenceSeminar 7 - The content of language learning, lesson plans"What is there to learn?" - language forms, skills, functionsCompetences - sociolinguistic, systemic and strategicNeeds analysisTypes of syllabiLesson plans - types, purposes, examples, mistakes, overplanning, adapting, the "Dogme" approach, planning ahead - planning the course, continuityManaging multiple classes, keeping organized, keeping on top of the workload, aims and objectivesSeminar 8 - Classroom managementClassrooms, schools, companies & lessonsUsing space/seating/classroom managementActive classroom techniquesInteraction - lockstep, pairwork, groupworkLesson - types of lesson, stages of the lesson, ways of varying the lessonSeminar 9 - Vocabulary in language teachingOverview of research on vocabulary acquisition, learning and teachingLexical minimumTechniques for teaching, practising and recyclingLearning strategies for vocabularyLearner dictionariesEnglish vocabulary profileLexical competence in the Common European Framework of ReferenceSeminar 10 - From the history of LT & ELTApproach, method and techniqueDirect and indirect methodsGrammar-translation method, Direct method, Audio-lingual methodHumanistic approachesCommunicative language teaching and its offshootsTask-based learning and teachingSeminars 11 & 12 - Tools: textbooksTextbooks as methodologyTypology of materialsELT publishersTeaching with textbooks Textbook selection and adaptationMaterials developmentReviewing textbooksTextbook researchSeminar 13 - Tools: technologyBlackboardCALLInteractive whiteboardsInternet ApplicationsTools for teachersCorpora in language teaching
Bibliography (selection)Brown, H. D. (2007). Teaching by principles: an interactive approach to language pedagogy (3rd ed.). White Plains, NY: Pearson Education.
Credit requirements (požadavky k zápočtu)- active participation and attendance (maximum of two unexcused absences)- preparing and delivering a microteaching slot (5-minute presentation of the material and the goals of the teaching + 15-minute teaching slot)- final written test based on the theoretical concepts introduced in the seminars and recommended reading as published in the Moodle
PhDr. Tomáš Gráf, Ph.D.
PhDr. Tomáš Gráf, Ph.D.