GDOC-2016-26676

Oral communication - [26676]


Curso: 2016-2017

Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza

Titulación: Magisterio en Educación Primaria

Idioma: Español

Profesor(es): Górriz Villarroya, Manuel ; Mur Dueñas, María Pilar ; Neumann , Claus-Peter ; Artiga Leon, Maria Rosario

Resumen: Breve presentación de la asignatura Esta asignatura pretende llevar a los estudiantes a adquirir cierta seguridad en la expresión oral en inglés, sobre todo en las situaciones comunicativas más típicas en el contexto de la enseñanza de una lengua extranjera. Así, además de familiarizar a los estudiantes con los rasgos que distinguen el discurso oral del escrito, la asignatura hará especial hincapié en el lenguaje habitualmente empleado en el aula de inglés y proveerá los recursos más esenciales para desenvolverse con éxito (y con fluidez y corrección) en eventos de habla tanto espontáneos (p. ej. debates, role-plays o simulaciones) como planeados (especialmente presentaciones orales). El abanico de recursos tratados va desde la pronunciación de los fonemas ingleses que más problemas les suelen causar a los estudiantes españoles a la hora de comunicarse en inglés, pasando por cuestiones de énfasis y entonación e incluyendo el lenguaje corporal más adecuado en cada situación comunicativa concreta (presentación oral, interacción con los “alumnos”, etc.).   Programa de la asignatura English oral discourse: features, conventions and speech events. Communicating in English as a Foreign Language: communication strategies and conversational skills. Pronunciation: vowel sounds, consonants, stress, rhythm, and intonation. Classroom English: classroom routines and management. Academic oral communication: presentations. Knowledge of  (the rules of) the correspondence between spelling and pronunciation in English, between the English phonemes and their conventional or habitual spelling, and also less common forms of orthography.  

Abstract: This course seeks to make students improve their English oral productive skills, especially in typical communicative situations in the context of foreign language teaching. As a result, besides making students aware of the features that distinguish English oral from written discourse, special attention will be paid to the language used in the EFL classroom focusing on essential resources to successfully (as well as fluently and accurately) produce spontaneous speech events (e.g. discussions, role-plays or simulations) and planned ones (especially oral presentations). Resources include the pronunciation of those English sounds that cause more problems to Spanish learners when communicating in English, suprasegmental features such as prominence and intonation, appropriate body to particular communicative situations (formal oral presentations, interacting with students, etc.), among others.   1. English oral discourse: features, conventions and speech events. 2. Communicating in English as a Foreign Language: communication strategies and conversational skills. 3. Pronunciation: vowel sounds, consonants, stress, rhythm, and intonation. 4. Classroom English: classroom routines and management.5. Academic oral communication: presentations. 6. Knowledge of (the rules of) the correspondence between spelling and pronunciation in English, between the English phonemes and their conventional or habitual spelling, and also less common forms of orthography.

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