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COURSE OUTLINE

METHOD OF TEACHING ENGLISH AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE 1

1. DEFINITION OF THE COURSE


This course is designed to provide the students with information related to English
and its teaching with an expectation that at the end of the course they will have sufficient
knowledge about Teaching English as Foreign language, and thus, are able to apply such
information in their daily practice in the future.
2. MATERIALS
The materials will cover: history of English ELT, terms in TEFL, language and
language learning, definition of approach, method, and technique, learners and teachers,
and methods commonly used in teaching English.
3. ACTIVITIES
The activities include:
lecture
group discussion
making paper
writing summary
dialogs
4. EVALUATION
The studentss score will be taken based on several criteria, namely:
attendance regularity
quality of the paper
presentation on group discussion
participation on group discussion
quality of summary
5. REFERENCES
1. Jeremy Harmer, The Practice of English Language Teaching, Pearson Longman,
UK, 2007
2. Cora Lindsay with Paul Knight, Learning and Teaching English, Oxford
University Press, 2006
3. Diane Larsen Freeman, Principles and Techniques in Teaching English as Second
Language
4. Any Related Materials
MEETING SCHEDULE
NO WEEK TOPIC ACTIVITY
1. I Overview of the course/Terms in Lecture
TEFL, Factors influencing
language learning
2. II History of English Language Lecture
Teaching, Language and
language learning
3. III Learners and teachers Lecture

4. IV Grammar Translation Method Group


discussion
5. V Direct method Group
discussion
6. VI Audio Lingual method Group
discussion
7. VII Mid Term Test ---

8. VIII Silent Way Group


discussion
9. IX Suggestopedia Group
discussion
10. X Total Physical Response Group
discussion
11. XI Community Language Learning Group
discussion
12. XII Communicative Language Group
Teaching discussion
13. XII Task based learning Group
discussion
14. XIV Review of the Lecture
course(submission of summary)