[Blueboard] M.A. ELLT Course Offerings, Summer 2004

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Ateneo M.A. ELLT

Summer 2004 Course Offerings



The Department of English of the Ateneo de Manila University proudly 
announces its course offerings in
English Language and Literature Teaching for Summer 2004.  These courses 
are open to Ateneo M.A. ELLT students (for credit) as well as to any 
teacher interested in continuing professional development and earning a 
certificate in English language and literature teaching.





EN 203
Evaluation Procedures in Language and Literature Teaching

DR. EMELY BATIN
MWF 7:30-10:00 am, CTC 306

The course provides the students with the basic principles in English 
language testing inside the classroom, the latest trends in testing, and 
the five areas of second language assessment: reading comprehension, 
written expressions, listening comprehension, oral communication, and 
overall language proficiency.  Particular attention is given to the 
construction of different types of tests used in evaluation and correction 
of teacher-made tests.  Historical, theoretical, and practical viewpoints 
are combined to offer a thorough orientation to this crucial component of 
any language and literature curriculum.



EN 214.4
ELLT Seminar--Critical Literacy and ESL Teaching
MS. CHONA LIN
TTh 10:00 am-12:45 pm

This course, designed as an elective for graduate students or for those 
currently teaching, requires class members to critically analyze the 
broader social contexts in which literacy practices take place.  Thus, we 
will address issues of power and investigate discursive practices within 
the teaching context.  The ultimate goal is for students to develop their 
own understanding of critical literacy and make informed decisions about 
its appropriateness and viability in light of their context.


EN 215
Principles and Practice of Language Teaching
MS. LEN CANILAO
MWF 10:00 am-12:30 pm, CTC 306

This course introduces the different ways by which language teaching has 
been approached and practiced owing to the influence of on-going research 
in language descriptions as well as the development of thinking in the area 
of language learning. Special emphasis is placed on communicative language 
teaching (CLT) as it manifests in a variety of models for classroom use. 
The course also addresses the practical application of CLT in the teaching 
of vocabulary, grammar, listening, speaking, reading and writing with 
implications for lesson planning, materials development, testing, and 
classroom interaction. The ultimate aim of the course is to challenge the 
students to reflect on the principles that have influenced their teaching 
practices vis-à-vis the broad perspective of ELT and discover for 
themselves the practice that works best for their own contexts.


EN 216
Principles and Practice of Literature Teaching
MS. ADA LOREDO
MWF 1:30-4:00 pm, CTC 306

This course equips the students with practical classroom techniques for 
teaching literature in the language classroom. In other words, it aims to 
help teachers translate into lessons, activities, exercises and projects, 
ways of reading literature appropriate to the level and context of their 
students. Issues close to the Philippine classroom are explored – e.g. 
lesson planning, materials preparation, activities design and choices of 
literary selections for pedagogical purposes.


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Enrollment is from April 12 to 14, 2004.  Classes begin April 15 and 
end  May 27, 2004.  For more details please contact  Alex Puente or Jossie 
Lacson  at telephone number 426-6120.
































EN 215


Principles and Practice of Language Teaching
MS. LEN CANILAO


MWF 10:00 am-12:30 pm, CTC 306



This course introduces the different ways by which language teaching has 
been approached and practiced owing to the influence of on-going research 
in language descriptions as well as the development of thinking in the area 
of language learning. Special emphasis is placed on communicative language 
teaching (CLT) as it manifests in a variety of models for classroom use. 
The course also addresses the practical application of CLT in the teaching 
of vocabulary, grammar, listening, speaking, reading and writing with 
implications for lesson planning, materials development, testing, and 
classroom interaction. The ultimate aim of the course is to challenge the 
students to reflect on the principles that have influenced their teaching 
practices vis-à-vis the broad perspective of ELT and discover for 
themselves the practice that works best for their own contexts.



EN 216

Principles and Practice of Literature Teaching
MS. ADA LOREDO

MWF 1:30-4:00 pm, CTC 306



This course equips the students with practical classroom techniques for 
teaching literature in the language classroom. In other words, it aims to 
help teachers translate into lessons, activities, exercises and projects, 
ways of reading literature appropriate to the level and context of their 
students. Issues close to the Philippine classroom are explored – e.g. 
lesson planning, materials preparation, activities design and choices of 
literary selections for pedagogical purposes.





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