aim of this course is to help MASTER students read online as well as
offline sources about the selected topic and be critical in the way they
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The primary aim of this course titled “Writing a Great Research Proposal” is to help my MASTER students know how to structure their research proposal by focusing on key issues. A practical task is also given to check students’ understanding.
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The primary aim of this course titled “The task based approach in teaching literature in a non- native context” is to help my MASTER students acquire related theories in this subject area. Additionally, applying this theory into practice . This will hopefully aid them be competent enough in the field of teaching literature.
Les cours du deuxième semestre sont une continuation de ceux du premier, c'est à dire de l'analyse profonde des textes.
Après avoir vu le champ lexical, le ton, la visée et les figures de style dans un texte littéraire, nous allons voir avec cette nouvelle série, variée et composée comme d'habitude de poésie et de prose, le rythme du texte et le registre de la langue.
Pour l'exercice de la rédaction qui est le plus important, il s'agit de rédiger une dissertation dont le thème est en relation avec celui du texte proposé. Donnez libre cours à votre imagination, mais tachez de soigner votre orhographe.
The speaking skill is also another skill to develop because we generally refer to people who know a language as speakers of that language, and many, if not most foreign language learners, are primarily interested in learning to speak. Classroom activities that develop learners‟ activity to express themselves through speech would seem an important component of a language course. Yet it is different to design and administer such activities, more so, in many ways than to do so for listening, reading or writing. That is why some teachers are persuaded that if they speak the new language exclusively in the classroom, the students will at some time of the course begin to speak it fluently too. Others give up teaching it, and concentrate on what they call a more intellectual approach to language teaching, others leave it to a later stage when the learners would presumably know the language. Although the speaking skill is more demanding on the teacher than the teaching of any other language skill, it should be integrated with the language course, and teachers need to give their students many opportunities right from the beginning to practise speaking. They will need to use their imagination in devising situation which provoke the use of the language in the expression of the students‟ own meaning. Before devising successful speaking activities, learners