Applied Linguistics II
ENGLISH LINGUISTICS PROGRAM
|Course Code||İDB 422|
|Course Title||Applied Linguistics II|
|Instructor||Asst. Prof. Dr. Pınar İBE AKCAN|
|OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE|
|The aim of this course is to introduce the students with significant language teaching methods, make them criticize these methods and be able to propose alternative approaches in different teaching environments.|
|30.01.2018||Introduction to the course||—|
|06.02.2018||Forensic linguistics: The scope||Shuy, R.W.|
|“Forensic analysis of personal written texts”||Eagleson, R.|
|20.02.2018||Teaching grammar (Th.)
Teaching grammar (Appl.)
|27.02.2018||Teaching vocabulary (Th.)||Allen, V. F.|
|Teaching vocabulary (Appl.)||Allen, V. F.|
|06.03.2018||Teaching writing (Th.)||Raimes, A.|
|Teaching writing (Appl.)||Raimes, A.|
|13.03.2018||Testing (Th.)||Madsen, H. S.|
|Testing (Appl.)||Madsen, H. S.|
|03.04.2018||Multiple Intelligence Theory (Th.)||—|
|Multiple Intelligence Theory (Th.)||Arnold, J., and Fonseca, M.|
|10.04.2018||Grammar Translation Method (Th.)||Freeman, D. L.|
|Grammar Translation Method (Appl.)||Freeman, D. L.|
|17.04.2018||Audio-Lingual Method (Th.)||Freeman, D. L.|
|Audio-Lingual Method (Appl.)||Freeman, D. L.|
|24.04.2018||Communicative Method (Th.)||Freeman, D. L.|
|Communicative Method (Appl.)||Freeman, D. L.|
|Readings||Arnold, J., and Fonseca, M. 2004. Multiple intelligence theory and foreign language learning: A brain based perspective. IJES 4, 119-136.
Allen, V. F. 2003. Techniques in teaching vocabulary. Oxford: OUP.
Cook, G. 2003. Applied linguistics. Oxford: OUP.
Freeman, D. L. 2003. Techniques and principles in language teaching. Oxford: OUP.
Madsen, H. S. 2003. Techniques in testing. Oxford: OUP.
Murcia, M. C. and S, Hilles. 2003. Techniques and resources in teaching grammar. Oxford: OUP.
Raimes, A. 2003. Techniques in teaching writing. Oxford: OUP.
Stern, H. H. 1991. Fundamental concepts of language teaching. Oxford: OUP.
Ur, P. 1996. A course in language teaching: Practice and theory. Cambridge: CUP.
Zapf, M. 2004. Multiple intelligence theory. Unpublished M.A. Dissertation. Ashland University, Cleveland.
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