授業コード 81101600 クラス
科目名 英語科教育法演習 単位数 2
担当者 Keith Barrs 履修期 後期授業
カリキュラム *下表参考 配当年次 *下表参考

授業題目 How to Teach English
授業の概要 This course is about developing the skills and practices necessary to teach English.

The focus of the semester is on understanding (1) the features of an engaging lesson and (2) techniques that can be used in the classroom.

The goal is for students to be familiar with (1) what an engaging lesson should include, and (2) how to use materials and resources to support the lesson.

Activities will include worksheets about different aspects of language learning and teaching, and an individual, pair, and group discussions.
学習の到達目標 To aim is to develop each student's English language teaching skills and practices.
授業計画 第1回 What should an English teacher do?
第2回 How do you teach listening and speaking?
第3回 How do you teach reading?
第4回 How do you teach writing?
第5回 How do you teach pronunciation and spelling?
第6回 How do you teach vocabulary?
第7回 How do you teach grammar?
第8回 Additional activities for language teaching
第9回 How do you test learners?
第10回 How do you plan a lesson?
第11回 How do you plan a teaching course?
第12回 How do you deal with teaching problems?
第13回 How do you control a class?
第14回 How do you become a better English teacher?
第15回 Course Review
授業外学習の課題 These are the 3 expectations of EVERY student on this course:
1) Use English as much as possible
2) Have good attendance & good time-keeping
3) Always REVIEW the last class and PREVIEW the next class
履修上の注意事項 To be successful on this course students need:
1) good attendance & time keeping.
2) good classwork and homework.
3) good motivation and participation.

欠席はいかなる事情があっても4回までとする。
病気、交通機関の乱れ、冠婚葬祭等、一切の事情を含める。
Credits will not be given if students are absent from class more than four times in one semester (including illness, traffic-related problems, family-related matters, etc.).
成績評価の方法・基準 The grade for the semester is composed of:
1) Test/Task (70%)
2) Active Participation (30%)

*Lateness and absences will negatively affect grades.
*If a student is absent from a class, it is the STUDENT'S responsibility to contact a classmate or the teacher to find out about the classwork/homework.
テキスト Materials will be provided in class
参考文献
主な関連科目
オフィスアワー及び
質問・相談への対応
Students can make contact by (1) email (barrs@shudo-u.ac.jp) or (2) visiting my office (Building 3, office 316).

■カリキュラム情報
所属 ナンバリングコード 適用入学年度 配当年次
人文学部英語英文学科(資格関連科目) 2011~2015 3
法学部国際政治学科(資格関連科目) 2011~2015 3