How English Language is Learned: Learning to Teach

Alcalde de la Fuente, Clara
Solans García, María Antonia (dir.)

Universidad de Zaragoza, FEDU, 2014
Filología Inglesa y Alemana department, Filología Inglesa area

Máster Universitario en Profesorado de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanza de Idiomas, Artísticas y Deportivas

Abstract: My Masters Dissertation “How English Language is Learned: Learning to Teach” is structured in three different parts. In the first part, there is a deep analysis of the different methodologies to teach English Language during the last years. From this analysis, we can see that the most appropriate form of teaching is through the Communicative Approach. The Common European Framework of Reference and also the Spanish and the Aragonese Curriculum, stand for the use of this approach in the teaching process of the foreign language in Secondary Education. In the second part, there is a detailed analysis and reflection on the knowledge acquired during the Masters through two different projects carried out during the year: the Course Plan in the subject “Diseño curricular de lenguas extranjeras: Inglés” and the Learning Unit in the subject “Diseño, organización y desarrollo de actividades para el aprendizaje de inglés”. Finally, my future proposal is about the necessity of flexibility in Education which is something essential according to my point of view after studying this Masters. It might be essential to keep on working and improving some educational aspects like the curriculum’s flexibility and its adaptation and also making the assessment process flexible. Therefore, the role of the teacher should also be flexible to adapt to his/her students’ needs.

Free keyword(s): english language ; masters dissertation ; learning to teach ; máster en profesorado
Tipo de Trabajo Académico: Trabajo Fin de Master

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