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First Subject - German Language Teaching, secondary subject - Teaching Social Studies (S1-NJO-N-WoS)

(in Polish: Nauczanie języków obcych - j. niemiecki ze specj. dod. naucz. przedm. Wiedza o społeczeństwie, stacj. I stopnia)
first cycle programme
full-time, 3-year studies
Language: German, Polish
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na kierunku nauczanie języków obcych w zakresie nauczanie języka niemieckiego ze specjalnością dodatkową nauczanie przedmiotu Wiedza o społeczeństwie

Access to further studies:

second cycle programme

Learning outcomes

Knowledge - the graduate knows and understands:
- the basic facts, theories, processes and phenomena relating to the relevant study area - teaching foreign languages, which have practical application in foreign language teaching at pre-school and the first and/or second educational stages
- the methods, norms, procedures and standards of practice in institutions related to the teaching of foreign languages
- to a basic extent, the professional responsibilities of those involved in educational, care-giving, and cultural activities
- to a basic extent, the methodology to perform common tasks; the standards and procedures used in different educational areas
- to a basic extent, the purpose, organization and functioning of institutions related to the teaching of foreign languages

Skills - the graduate is able to:
- plan and implement projects related to typical foreign language teaching environments (including preschool)
- assess the suitability of a variety of methods, procedures and best practices, and select and apply the appropriate approach with the goal of accomplishing tasks and solving problems related to foreign language teaching
- use basic theories to analyse the motives and patterns of human behaviour in order to diagnose a situation and deliver practical strategies for different teaching contexts
- use basic theories to analyse, interpret and design strategies and educational activities; and is able to deliver solutions to specific problems as well as forecast the psychological and pedagogical consequences of the decision-making process
- conduct educational research at a basic level to develop a diagnosis of educational needs
- communicate, using a variety of channels and techniques, with experts in those academic subjects that are relevant to their course of studies both in Polish and another language
- use language skills at CEFR level C1 for the main and secondary language specialisation

Social competences - the graduate is prepared to:
- reflect on the level of their skills and knowledge, constantly develop professionally and personally, self-assess their competences, improve their skills, plan their development and training
- actively participate in those groups, organisations and institutions that implement educational activities and communicate with specialists and non-specialists in the field of education
- take action both in academic and non-academic matters during and outside school hours, maintain a consistently professional and positive attitude towards their role as a teacher.

Admission procedures:

Visit the following page for details on admission procedures: https://irk.oferta.uw.edu.pl/