This course provides fundamental knowledge and skills in the field of English language teaching and learning. Participants will explore different topics including different contexts of English learning, understanding learners, theories of second language learning, and different teaching methods.
This course provides students with knowledge of speech sounds at the
segmental and suprasegmental levels. At the segmental level, students will be
introduced to how vowels and consonants are made and how those segments combine
to produce syllables, words, and sentences. At the suprasegmental level,
students will be introduced to such factors as stress, rhythm, and intonation,
which make pronunciation vary when the segments are articulated. Also, through
the introduction of the function of intonation, students can find its practical
applicability in carrying out everyday conversation.