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COURSE SYLLABUS

  • SCOPE OF COURSE SYLLABUS

    Intended for students enrolling in Lesson Design and Assessment, this syllabus contains information specific to the course. It is a definitive record of the course's primary characteristics and the learning outcomes that a typical student can reasonably be expected to achieve if he/she takes full advantage of the available learning opportunities. This document also serves as a reference for academic and support staff, internal and external examiners, and for future course monitoring and review.


    COURSE AT A GLANCE

    Course Title

    Lesson Design and Assessment


    Subject Area

    Teaching English as a Foreign Language


    Course Code

    TEFL 00022


    Course Level

    Undergraduate


    Credits

    0.0


    Prerequisites

    None


    Methods of Delivery

    Face-to-face

    Online


    Expected Length

    1.0 Week


    Class Meetings

    Dependent on the choice made during enrollment


    Faculty

    Nicholas Bishop

    Nicholas.Bishop@TheAUS.us


    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    Computer Software: Any computer software that aids learning.


    TEXT(S)

    In this course, while textbooks are available, they are not deemed mandatory. Instead, students are urged to make use of the comprehensive lecture materials that have been provided to them.

  • SYNOPSIS

    Learners will be introduced to designing lesson plans based on principles and knowledge of learning objectives, assessment plans, methods, materials, and learning activities. Learners will find and prepare appropriate teaching materials through careful analysis, adaptation, and creation of professional resources. Learners will also reflect on the cohesion between lesson design and teaching philosophies.


    LEARNING OUTCOMES

    Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to:


    • Manage classroom time with lesson plans

    • Describe the difference between rote and knowledge learning

    • Motivate students with warm-up activities

    • Understand the concept of content "stickiness"

  • Module 1

    Basic Instructional Design


    Module 2

    Activating Background Knowledge and Objective Discussion


    Module 3

    Presenting Instruction and Modeling


    Module 4

    Guided to Independent Practice


    Module 5

    Assessments


    Module 6

    Final Review

  • VIDEO

    WEIGHT: P/F
    DEADLINE: 23:59 (GMT+0) on Sunday of Week 2

    Course Summary


    READING

    WEIGHT: P/F
    DEADLINE: 23:59 (GMT+0) on Sunday of Week 2

    Updating


    QUIZ

    WEIGHT: P/F
    DEADLINE: 23:59 (GMT+0) on Sunday of Week 2

    Final Assessment

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

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