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MGLU2505 - English 1 (5-10) Module 2

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Examination arrangement

Examination arrangement: Portfolio assessment and home examinatio
Grade: Letters

Evaluation form Weighting Duration Examination aids Grade deviation
Home examination 49/100 A
Portfolio assessment 51/100 ALLE

Course content

English 1 module 2 covers teaching of English as a foreign language in lower secondary school (grades 8-10). It focuses on the characteristics of language development in this age group, as well as language learning, differentiated English teaching, assessment and multilingualism in the English classroom. The course provides an introduction to English teaching methods, topics in linguistics (phonetics and phonology) and a selection of written and visual texts from the English-speaking world for adolescents and adults.

The course focuses strongly on the development of participants' linguistic, literary and digital competencies. In addition, the course engages with varied activities and methods for English language teaching in lower secondary school. The course provides insights into relevant research, official curriculum documents and teaching materials for the subject of English.

Learning outcome

Knowledge
The candidate
- has knowledge of how children and adolescents learn foreign languages
- has knowledge of multilingualism as a resource in the classroom
- has knowledge of the curriculum, national tests and assessment tools for the subject of English in 8th-10th grade
- has knowledge of the acquisition of structures in English, in particular phonetics, phonology, and syntax
- has knowledge about literature and other cultural artifacts that can be used in the education of adolescents and in other contexts
- is familiar with up-to-date research and publications relevant to English learning and teaching in grades 8-10
- has knowledge of ways of life in the English-speaking world
- has the knowledge of genres and their key characteristics, as well as norms for academic writing, responsible source usage, and privacy concerns.

Skills
The candidate
- can use English orally and in writing, proficiently and independently
- can plan and deliver varied and differentiated learning activities that promote deep learning, the development of basic skills and digital literacy
- can recognize pupils' reading and writing behaviors and facilitate differentiated teaching
- can use formative assessment to guide students in English language education
- can discuss and reflect upon literary and other academics topics
- can collect and organize information on social and cultural issues in the English-speaking world for use in teaching

General competence
The candidate
- can convey relevant subject matter and communicate in English in a manner that is appropriate for instruction in grades 8-10
- can reflect upon their own learning and teaching practices in the light of ethical values and the school's responsibility for children and young people's personal growth
- can work independently and with others to facilitate pupils' learning and development
- can maintain and develop their linguistic and pedagogical skills

Learning methods and activities

English is a linguistic, cultural and literary subject. The course requires that students understand each component individually and collectively. Active participation is expected throughout the entire study process.

Students are expected to acquire skills through independent study outside of the organized teaching, through group work and the digital learning platform. Students will be assessed throughout the course, individually and in groups, and will receive oral and written feedback from instructors and fellow students.

English is the language of instruction and communication. Students are expected to use the language actively class as well as in written and verbal communication. Furthermore, students are expected to use the university library actively and prepare for planned teaching.

Through process- and product oriented work with assignments and self-assessment of these, in addition to presentations and active participation in the teaching, the student will contribute to, and receive supervision in, the progression of their studies.

Compulsory assignments

  • Obligatory course work according to course description

Further on evaluation

OBLIGATORY COURSE WORK

2 text assignments
1 oral presentation
Up to 8 learning activities

When learning activities are scheduled during class time, attendance is obligatory.

All obligatory assignments will be evaluated as Approved / Not approved. All obligatory course work must be approved in order to sit the exams.

FINAL ASSESSMENT

Individual writing portfolio.
Individual written exam in phonetics / phonology.

Allowed materials during exam: Students are allowed to bring one page (A4) of notes with them.

Students must receive a passing grade on both components of the final assessment to receive an overall passing grade in the course.

The candidate can retake one of both components of the final assessment.

Specific conditions

Exam registration requires that class registration is approved in the same semester. Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.

Admission to a programme of study is required:
Primary and Lower Secondary Teacher Education for Years 5-10 (MGLU5-10)
Teacher Education for Primary and Lower Secondary School (Years 5-10) (LTGLU5-10M)
Teacher Education for Primary and Lower Secondary School (Years 5-10) (LTGLU5-10N)

Course materials

The reading list(s) are normally posted on the virtual platform (Blackboard) prior to semester start.

Credit reductions

Course code Reduction From To
LGU52009 15.0 01.09.2018
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Facts

Version: A
Credits:  15.0 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II

Coursework

Term no.: 1
Teaching semester:  AUTUMN 2020

Language of instruction: English

Location: Trondheim

Subject area(s)
  • Teacher Education
Contact information
Course coordinator:

Department with academic responsibility
Department of Teacher Education

Phone:

Examination

Examination arrangement: Portfolio assessment and home examinatio

Term Status code Evaluation form Weighting Examination aids Date Time Digital exam Room *
Autumn ORD Home examination 49/100 A

Release 2020-12-10

Submission 2020-12-10

Release 09:00

Submission 12:00

INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates
Spring UTS Home examination 49/100 A

Release 2021-05-12

Submission 2021-05-12

Release 09:00

Submission 12:00

INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates
Autumn ORD Portfolio assessment 51/100 ALLE

Release 2020-11-30

Submission 2020-12-14

Release 09:00

Submission 14:00

INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates
Spring UTS Portfolio assessment 51/100 ALLE

Release 2021-05-18

Submission 2021-05-25

Release 09:00

Submission 15:00

INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates
  • * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
Examination

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