- Module code: ET997
- Module name: Language Learning for a Global Career I
- Department: Centre for Applied Linguistics
- Credit: 10
Module content and teaching
* provide information about and enhance reflection on the process of learning a second or foreign language, with a view to enhancing students' ability to learn any second/foreign language in the future. * enable students to develop their proficiency in a second/foreign language of their choice, to be studied during the term * enable students to draw up a realistic and appropriate learning plan for further study of the language of their choice.
Principal learning outcomes
Students will be able to: * Reflect self-critically on the process of learning a second/foreign language, relating theories of language learning autonomy, motivation, styles and strategies appropriately to their own past and ongoing experience. * Apply appropriate conceptualisations of language learning autonomy, motivation,needs, styles and strategies directly to the learning of a particular language for intercultural communication [note: any language can be chosen.] * Appropriately plan, implement and monitor a language learning project for themselves to meet intercultural needs, even in the absence of appropriate materials or teaching provision.
Timetabled teaching activities
2 interactive lecture/seminar hours per week for 8 weeks in term 1
|Assessment group||Assessment name||Percentage|
|10 CATS (Module code: ET997-10)|
|A (Assessed work only)||Assessed Course Work||100%|
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