The Computer Assisted Language Learning Course 4101-2SNJWKO
The Computer Assisted Language Learning Course is designed for future foreign language teachers.
During this two semester course students will theoretically and practically get to know both methods and tools of ICT which can be used in foreign language acquisition and glottodidactic processes. Methodologically, it means interaction and personalisation of the process of acquiring knowledge, helping students – language teachers to be – to master their workshop through intensive but fully conscious and critical application of digital media.
Projects and assignments will be based on practical connection of available modern technologies , methodology, various learning theories ( behavioural, cognitive, etc.) and the theory of second language teaching with emphasis on the autonomy of the learner and communicative language teaching.
The course will make use of available software web2.0/3.0 application and www content with authentic materials, applicable to create interactive and multimedia assignments, projects, and other means ( presentations, podcasts, videocasts, blogs, wikis, etc.).
It is a blended learning course, with both online classes and meetings in a computer lab, using materials ( instructions, videotutorials, scientific research) available on a dedicated e-learning platform.
Type of course
|Ref. Codes for programme learning outcomes||KNOWLEDGE||Ref. codes for the area of learning ourcomes|
|K_W01||the student has a basic knowledge of the relevant study areas in the teaching of foreign languages, which have practical application in foreign language teaching at pre-school and the first and second stages of education, or teaching ‘’history and civic education’’ at the second stage||H1P_W01|
|K_W02||the student has a comprehensive area of knowledge, covering selected relevant study areas relevant to the studies being studied, which have practical application in foreign language teaching or teaching ‘’history and civic education’’||H1P_W02|
|K_W03||the student has a basic knowledge of the legal and financial aspect of teaching institutions, particularly the teaching of foreign languages||H1P_W03|
|Ref. codes for programme learning outcomes||SKILLS||Ref. codes for the area of learning ourcomes|
|K_U01||the student is able to search, analyse, evaluate, select and use information using a variety of sources and methods||H1P_U01|
|K_U01||the student has the necessary level of self-study skills to use a variety of sources (using their first and any other language/ new technologies (ICT) to acquire knowledge and develop their professional competences in teaching foreign languages and/or ‘’history and civic education’’||H1P_U02|
|K_U03||the student is capable of planning and implementing projects related to typical foreign language teaching enviroments and/or teaching ‘’history and civic education’’ at the second stage of education||H1P_U03|
|Ref. codes for programme learning outcomes||SOCIAL COMPETENCES||Ref. codes for the area of learning ourcomes|
|K_U01||the student understands the importance of lifelong learning||H1P_U01|
|K_U01||the student is able to interact and work in a group||H1P_K02|
|K_U03||the student correctly identifies and resolves dilemmas associated with the profession||H1P_K04|